Need to remember this so I can try to communicate with Spanish speaking workers.

Understanding Spanish (even just a few basic Spanish phrases) makes for more meaningful travel to Panama, or any Spanish-speaking country.

Take Our Yearlong Spanish-Book Reading Challenge!

Take Our Yearlong Spanish-Book Reading Challenge!

I've only read so I'd have to read FAST! Take Our Yearlong Spanish-Book Reading Challenge!

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Tips to Translate Names of Animals from English to Spanish

155 Frases necesarias para una conversación en inglés

155 Frases necesarias para una conversación en inglés

An index of 327 English Sayings in Spanish #Spanish #Idioms #List

English to Spanish Phrases: 327 Expressions, Sayings and Idiom Translations

These great Spanish words have no direct translation in English, each expressing something truly unique in the enchanting Spanish language.

Lost in Translation: 9 Truly Unique Spanish Words

These great Spanish words have no direct translation in English, each expressing something truly unique in the enchanting Spanish language.

60+ frases con los verbos más necesarios en Inglés

60+ frases con los verbos más necesarios en Inglés

Símbolos de puntos de ganchilloCrochet stitch ✿⊱╮Teresa Restegui http://www.pinterest.com/teretegui/✿⊱╮

Tutorial para leer patrones de amigurumi en japonés

Spanish verb SER ~worksheet ~verb conjugation ~translation

Spanish verb SER ~worksheet ~verb conjugation ~translation NO PREP ~to be

An original hand illustrated worksheet. This worksheet provides an opportunity to practice working with the irregular verb "ser". Students will conjugate the verb, translate (English to Spanish), create a sentence, and work on a "ser" sudoku puzzle.

While Chinese *is* a hard language to learn, one of the best ways to begin learning it is to start early and study often!  The pacing of Step by Step makes learning Chinese--even at the 1st grade level--a fun process!

The Hardest Languages to Learn infographic. Great for visual learners! Spanish structure and pronunciation are logical, and English is the harder of the two.

Say out loud some vocabulary word in English. Give them a few seconds to process, the call out a random number in Spanish (example: tres!). The student from team 1 who is "tres" and the student from team 2 who is "tres" both run up to the board and write the word in Spanish as fast as they can. Whoever writes it first gets the point.

Juego de Correr: divide class into 2 or or Call out spanish vocab in English. Then call out # in Spanish & kid on each team that has that # has to go to board to write word in Spanish.

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