Let’s learn about transportation in Spanish with a comprehensive guide that’s suitable for all ages and Spanish levels!
If you’re learning the language, vocabulary and phrases about transportation in Spanish are key to learn and know by heart. The same goes for any language! When I was living abroad in Belgium, I took a six-month crash course in French that saved my hide when I heard...Read More
Psychology in Spanish-speaking countries has become more popular as the years go by. With some notable exceptions, Latin America’s field of psychology in Spanish isn’t as big as it is in other countries, but learning about psychology in Spanish is still an important skill that will benefit everyone who reads about it whether or not they’re psychologists themselves.
In my experience...Read More
National Foreign Language Week 2021 is here! From March 7-13, teachers all over the United States will be celebrating foreign languages. This year is going to be different than most since the majority of students and classrooms are still being taught online. However, at HSA we make virtual classrooms empowering rather than limiting, and today we’ll share some activities that will make...Read More
Knowing about the periodic table in Spanish is useful even if you’re not in the field of chemistry. Why? We use and interact with many elements on a daily basis, in our jewelry, medication, house maintenance, and even our food.
Chemistry is everywhere! From the moment you wake up, there are already numerous chemical reactions happening in your brain and body. Having breakfast,...Read More
Knowing how to discuss certain details of disease in Spanish is a crucial skill set for travelers, volunteers, and medical students. In fact, international medical programs are a common reason why you’ll need to learn about diseases in Spanish as you travel through Latin America or Spain while helping people in need.
Even if you don’t plan to go abroad on a medical program, Spanish...Read More
Charly García is one of the most influential musicians and songwriters from South America. Known as the Father of Argentine Rock, his music has had political and artistic prowess since the 70s.
This artist has a rich and colorful history that extends from his childhood to this day. He has been a part of many successful bands and has a considerable number of albums and songs under his...Read More
Spanish riddles are a fun pastime for people of all ages. When I was little, I met a fisherman named René who loved riddles. Whenever I went to the beach, we would sit on the pier and tell each other riddles. We’re still friends 20 years later, so don’t underestimate the power of good Spanish riddles!
Riddles, or adivinanzas, are short phrases that describe objects or situations in...Read More
Listening to audiobooks on Spotify is a superb way to practice your Spanish, but which ones are worth your time?
Listening to narrated audio recordings is a great alternative or complement to reading a book. Audiobooks on Spotify allow you to practice your Spanish while you drive, take a bath, or sit by the fireplace on a chilly night.
This list features books for people of...Read More
The best Spanish board games are fun and provide learning opportunities for children of all ages. Back when I was a kid learning English, my teacher and I would play Monopoly with one special rule: no Spanish allowed! It was a nice thing to do once in a while, and it helped my practice when I learned without making it dull or boring.
Nowadays, most if not all board games come with...Read More
Venezuelan slang is one of the most unique in all of Latin America. In the last few years, I’ve had the privilege of meeting and making friends with a lot of young Venezuelans.
It’s always a pleasure to meet people from other cultures. While many similarities exist within Latin American countries and their inhabitants, slang words are one of the most prominent differences you’ll notice...Read More