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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Many times the students of Spanish as a second language confuse the Spanish prepositions “por” and “para”. The reason for this is that in other languages there is only one proposition which in Spanish means “por” and “para”. In the following video, you will learn when you have to use each one, and you are… Read more »
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 »
The Spanish government approved on Friday the bill amending the Civil Code to grant Spanish citizenship to all descendants of Sephardim (Spanish Jews) who apply for it and certify that status while they may retain the citizenship of their country of origin. The Sephardi Jews were the Jews who lived in Spain before their expulsion during… Read more »
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.