At this point, you’ve memorized the conjugation patterns of irregular verbs in Spanish. You’ve learned the eight parts of speech and how they work in Spanish. What’s more, you’ve even watched TV and listened to podcasts in a solid effort to make consistent progress in your Spanish skills.
Now it’s time to take the next step—and strengthen your Spanish reading comprehension. Besides...Read More
Reading stories has always been a great way to have fun, discover new worlds, and yes—learn! If you do it in a new language, the learning part of it grows exponentially as you put into practice all the knowledge that you have previously acquired. That’s why Spanish reading comprehension activities are always an important step in your learning process.
In this post, we’ll learn why...Read More
“Short stories show us the world at an angle, through their own tilted lens.” – Daisy Johnson
Reading is vital for learning in any subject, and short stories in Spanish is no exception. Reading empowers students to develop their comprehension and writing skills. It helps learners become familiar with the sounds, rhythms, and rules of the language.
Benefits of Reading Short Stories...Read More
Do you know the difference between preterite and imperfect? Learning the tenses is one of the first things any Spanish learner gets to do. From the first day you’re speaking Spanish up to the very last, tenses will be present in your grammar.
Today, we’ll learn two of the main forms of the past tense mentioned before: preterite and imperfect. Get ready for some easy to understand...Read More