Adjectives are words that classify, characterize and describe substantive. In Spanish, the normal position of an adjective is behind the noun. However, there are some irregular adjectives which can be located as well in front of the noun. In this Spanish class, you can learn when the adjectives can go in front of the noun… Read more »
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My experience What happens when young people of two nationalities with very different interests spend one whole week together? Lots of fun! Naturally (pun intended) they took part in a variety of activities like making (leather) bracelets, „studying“ animal prints, a scavenger hunt at night, zip-line, climbing, archery and many more. The activities were of… Read more »
We know that speaking a foreign language can be difficult, especially uttering those verbs which are extremely similar or the ones which have several meanings. For this reason we want to ease your learning and our native teacher Ana is going to explain the differences between “transformarse” and “convertirse” for the more advanced students. If… Read more »
Do you know how to buy in Spain? Catch the best offers thanks to the easy explanation of our Spanish teacher Ana, who is going to help us understand the offers in Spanish. Save money in your purchases and misunderstandings in this language, and as a gift you can improve your vocabulary. Academia Pradoventura will… Read more »
Our native teacher Odalis becomes a professional meteorologist and she teaches us how to talk and ask about the weather in Spanish, moreover, she is going to teach us some quite witty sayings while we review the months of the year. Do you want to learn this interesting and important vocabulary? Would you like to… Read more »
Do you want to meet and greet new people in Spain? Our Spanish teacher Odalis will teach you how to introduce yourselves, and thanks to the questions and answers provided by our students and their teacher, you will be able to introduce yourselves to any Spanish speaking person and get to know new people easily…. Read more »
In this post which is addressed at Spanish teachers and future Spanish teachers I propose an activity that usually works very well in my classes. The aim of this activity is to clear up the students’ doubts about the correct use of the prepositions that go with the verbs of movement, one of the Spanish grammar topics that can lead to confusions.
Dieser Post richtet sich an Spanischlehrer, die das Thema der Sprichwörter in der spanischen Sprache im Unterricht verwenden möchten. Es ist für eine Konversationsstunde gedacht, in der die Schüler die Gelegenheit haben, die Bedeutung der Sprichwörter zu diskutieren und gemeinsam oder in Kleingruppen herauszufinden.