You will be in awe to know that the first public library in Latin America is in the famous Mexican state of Puebla. This extraordinary Mexican library is home to unique records dating back centuries ago—some are even kept from the public!
Let’s explore the fascinating history and collections this library keeps.
The First Public Library in Latin America
In 1646, members of the clergy...Read More
Whether you eat them for their awesome health benefits or their unique taste, here is a useful vocabulary guide of nuts in Spanish. Nuts and seeds are popular all over the world and have various health benefits.
Tag along with me to discover all types of nuts and seeds in Spanish.
Nuts (Las nueces)
Las nueces are fruits that come from plants and are usually covered by a hard external...Read More
Whether you’re a beginner or an expert, this incredible guide to chess in Spanish is a must for you!
In this vocabulary guide, you will find how to say chess in Spanish, the meaning of the pieces, the commands you need to instruct others, and much more!
Chessboard – (El tablero de ajedrez)
If you want to play a game right, you need to know all the pieces it includes. Here...Read More
Guatemalan foods are surely one of a kind and it has a lot to do with the fact that this land is rich in fertile soils and vegetation that thrives all over the country according to the climate or the time of the year.
Let’s take a look at the most delicious foods Guatemala has to offer and consider yourself lucky as we have included the recipes for the amazing dishes you will want to...Read More
Suriname is not part of Latin America, which probably sounds surprising as it is located within South America.
Latin America consists of romance language-speaking Caribbean islands, Mexico, Central America, and the entire continent of South America. The whole region is culturally diverse due mainly to the various European settlers that claimed lands in it.
Latin America includes 26...Read More
Have you ever been in a situation where it was necessary to express your opinion in Spanish? Today I will review useful expressions you can use to disagree or agree in Spanish according to the situation.
We’re always eager to let everyone know what we think when we’re having a conversation, and we might have a hard time expressing our opinion when we don’t speak the native...Read More
Dolores Huerta is the living portrait of the great changes that can be achieved through non-violent constant resistance. Accompany me as I explore the life of this passionate by blood feminist, and Union Rights founder and defender.
“Pero digo : Simplemente háganlo como lo hacen los hombres—pretendan que saben. Y luego aprenden sobre la marcha.”—Dolores Huerta.
“But I say : Just...Read More
Here is the story of Sonia Sotomayor, a Puerto Rican by blood whose life in New York shaped her to become the first Hispanic woman appointed as U.S. Supreme Court Justice.
Her dream of a better tomorrow might have seemed too far away to reach when she was growing up in circumstances that limited her possibilities—financially and even academically. However, now we see her as a sitting...Read More
With this awesome Spanish cooking vocabulary, you’ll be more than prepared the next time your children ask what you are doing in the kitchen! Every child goes through a stage in their lives when they’re curious about every single thing their parents or older siblings do, which introduces a great window of opportunity to teach them how things work, new skills, and words.
Here, you’ll find...Read More
As renowned New York-based novelist, poet, and essayist, Julia Alvarez, states, “A novel is not, after all, a historical document, but a way to travel through the human heart.”
“Una novela no es, después de todo, un documento histórico sino una manera de viajar a través del corazón humano.”
Julia Alvarez’s extraordinary work aims to demonstrate that politics affect...Read More