Spanglish Sunday 15

Hola, How’s your weekend been so far?   I have some Spanglish memes to make you smile.  I may have had tacos on my mind….           Have a great week!   Check out my Hispani-centric Memes Pinterest Board for more jokes like these and the links to the ones above.

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Friday Canción: Bolero

Hola mis amigos, Today we are taking another glimpse into Latin culture through music.  This time we’re talking about Bolero music.  Bolero refers to a type of music and to its associated dances.  Interestingly, the origins of this musical genre is two fold.  The older version of Bolero dates back to 18th century Spain and […]

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Reblog: Are You Fluent In Spanish?

Hi, How are you this lunes? Today I’m introducing you to Sherica, who blogs over at Queen of My Blessed Home.  She asked me to share her language learning post with you and I think you’ll find it inspiring and practical too.  It’s all about her journey to learn Spanish.  Sometimes, it’s very useful to […]

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Spanish Lesson 25: More Trabalenguas

!Hola mis amigos! Welcome to another Spanish lesson.  Today’s lesson will have us wagging our tongues, twisting them into all sorts of shapes and getting our Spanish vowels loose and fluent. We’re doing more tongue twisters (trabalenguas)! Trabalenguas are a great way to train your tongue, lips, teeth and other relevant muscles into the correct […]

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FUN FACTS ABOUT LATIN AMERICA (7)

  El ecuador: The equator The equator runs right through the country of Ecuador.  To celebrate this circumstance of nature, the Ciudad Mitad del Mundo monument was built on the location where the equator supposedly lies.  Read more about the monument, and the place where you can stand in two hemispheres at the same time, by clicking […]

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A story of one school’s efforts to assist young people fleeing violence in Central America

The Hechinger Report is a nonprofit, independent news organization focused on inequality and innovation in education.  It is staffed by talented and committed reporters and editors who collect data, research and stories from classrooms around the U.S. and share them with the public. Their ultimate goal is to explain how education can be improved and why it matters.  As […]

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