To ask in spanish

This classic omelette, filled with pan-fried potatoes and onion, makes a delicious light vegetarian meal or tapas bite

Spanish tortilla

This classic omelette, filled with pan-fried potatoes and onion, makes a delicious light vegetarian meal or tapas bite

interesting idea - could be used on regular basis for student self-assessment or for revision sessions

interesting idea - could be used on regular basis for student self-assessment or for revision sessions

CARIBBEAN PAELLA (VEGAN STYLE)

Caribbean paella (vegan style)

You may remember that back in July, Fluent hosted a rather sensational giveaway featuring prizes from Italki, Rosetta Stone and  more friends of the Fluent blog.

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You may remember that back in July, Fluent hosted a rather sensational giveaway featuring prizes from Italki, Rosetta Stone and more friends of the Fluent blog.

I'm native English speaker but have learnt quite a lot of Spanish over the years...and sometimes I forget English words and can only remember the Spanish translation.

I'm native English speaker but have learnt quite a lot of Spanish over the years...and sometimes I forget English words and can only remember the Spanish translation.

When you didn't listen in class and try to do the homework. Use this to show students why it's important to pay attention in class.

When you didn't listen in class and try to do the homework. Use this to show students why it's important to pay attention in class.

okay, imma tell y'all a story. So i talk finnish as my native language. finnish word for lips is huulet and i somehow convinced my mind that finnish word for lips is lipset. i don't know why or how, but to still every time i try to talk about lips, i call them lipset instead of huulet. So yeah, that happend..<<< I'm not bilingual but it sounds fun to do that.

okay, imma tell y'all a story. So i talk finnish as my native language. finnish word for lips is huulet and i somehow convinced my mind that finnish word for lips is lipset. i don't know why or how, but to still every time i try to talk about lips, i call them lipset instead of huulet. So yeah, that happend..<<< I'm not bilingual but it sounds fun to do that.

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