How Spanish numbers are formed: First, you should learn the red numbers (so you will be able to sing the pinball song ^^), then the blue ones (now you can count 1-100) and finally the green ones (almost any number you can think of).
Are your students confused about when to use the Spanish "Por: and "Para"? This 81-slide PowerPoint uses illustrations and practice activities to clearly explain the uses 100% in the target language. Students also learn idiomatic expressions. See what else is included. (Don't you love it when students say, "Me llamo es..." Agh!)
When I was a girl my mother would say that a dragonfly appearing in our garden foretold the arrival of a visitor. Today you are visiting this page thanks to a dragonfly! Welcome! This lovely origami dragonfly joins a growing group of other origami insects already shown here on Origami Spirit: a bee , a […]
There are many instances where we bid adieu – to someone we love, to a friend or to a place so dear. Saying goodbye can mean a lot of things. Most often than not, we utter it with a mix of emotions, in good faith and in the hope that you will soon meet again.