Having a Spanish reading list is essential for any committed language student.
The Spanish-speaking world is responsible for creating some of the best literary gems and masterpieces. Getting your hands on renowned Spanish literature is an excellent way to take your Spanish to the next level. Besides that, reading enhances your cognitive skills.
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Reading Thanksgiving books in Spanish is an excellent way to learn more about the holiday while you integrate gratitude, the joy of family, and the Spanish language into your reading time.
The Hispanic culture is a rich one and whether you are a Spanish learner or parent looking for Thanksgiving books in Spanish, these books are worth checking out.
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Do you read in Spanish? As a Spanish learner, knowing how to read in Spanish is essential.
The great thing is that Spanish is a phonetic language. That means we pronounce the words the same way they are written.
Moreover, reading in a foreign language opens the door to a new world of stories, cultures, and traditions. Reading in Spanish is also one of the best ways to expand your...Read More
With two bilingual kids, I’ve become an expert on reading apps for Spanish and English. There are so many on the market that you’re sure to find at least one that suits you or your learner.
While playing with my daughters and exploring the reading apps for kids, I realized that most of these apps are also great for adults that are just learning Spanish.
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Tired of boring textbooks speaking about the technicalities of learning a language? Why not challenge yourself in a new way with some good Spanish books for beginners?
Leer un libro is a wonderful way to slow down and study at your own pace. You have the opportunity to read and re-read sentences to make sure you understand them and look up any vocabulary that you don’t know. This...Read More
Having a bilingual child doesn’t necessarily mean you have to work doubly hard to achieve reading and writing goals. It simply means you have to be strategic about it! In many cases, it is natural for literacy skills to increase momentarily in the dominant language and falter in the other one. The ebbs and flows of fluency and literacy in each language are often a sign of progress, but it...Read More
Teaching your little ones to read and write can be hard. My son is not quite that age yet, but I did teach an English as a Second Language class to kids aged 5-8. Some of them could read and write in Spanish, some of them couldn’t. Teaching them the letters and how to sound out words in their second language, English, was quite a struggle! When you’re teaching your own children to learn to...Read More