Today I’d like to share this board to practise the possessives. The idea is to get random pairs of “person possessing” and “object possessed” to create sentences. The board can be used online (numbered version) or offline (version without numbers, printed and cut as cards).
During the last weeks I’ve been sharing some Spanish language tips in this blog. I chose the topics based on the aspects I see most students struggling with and based on the questions I receive. This week I’m writing about a topic suggested by a member of the Spanish Learning Community: how to connect sentences using connectors.
When to use “para” and “por”? This is one of the headaches of students of Spanish. You might have seen many long lists with the different uses of “para” and “por”. In this post I explain I quicker rule that works for many of their uses and I provide a cheatsheet as a free download.
Learning to conjugate the Spanish verbs might seem overwhelming. Worry not, in this post I explain how to conjugate Spanish verbs in present tense in easy steps, and you can download 10 memo cards with the present tense conjugation.
How to start talking in Spanish when you cannot conjugate verbs? There is a trick: there are some verb combinations you can use in which you only need to remember one verb, and add a verb in infinitive. In this post I give a few examples and there is a free download with more combinations and examples.