Learning Spanish can be fun, especially when you begin to use idiomatic expressions to retort and respond to what your Spanish-speaking friends say. The next time someone gives you a story that is just too lame to believe, try using this expression.
Here is a great trick to get you to pronounce that pesky Spanish “r”, with some practice included, so that in less than it takes to read this article you will be able to impress your Spanish speaking friends, and, who knows, maybe even your Spanish teacher.
As a teacher of a second language, it is tempting to use the learner’s first language for learning once in a while. If you speak it, and it will help move things along more quickly, you might think, “Why not?” Or are there other considerations to take into account? Read on to learn more.
You really begin to learn Spanish when you start to learn idiomatic expressions. This will accelerate your understanding of the way people talk, and of what they talk about as well!
How do you make your child’s (or any child’s) school projects fun? A little creativity, and entering into their world can bring them closer to ours!
Teaching English as a second language to young learners is no mean feat. How do you keep Pre -Teens motivated? Here are some easy-to-apply principles to help your students assimilate what they need to know communicate it.