Spanish Lesson 16: Christmas Greetings in Spanish

    Hola mis amigos.   You already know how to wish someone Merry Christmas in Spanish…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………  !Feliz Navidad! But perhaps you’d like to say a little more to your Spanish speaking friend or family member.  I’ve put together a short list of possible greetings you could use:   10 Christmas Greetings in Spanish   […]

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Spanish Lesson 10: Occupations and Nationalities | Worksheet included

Hola y bienvenidos a la clase de español. Hoy vamos a hablar de ocupaciones y nacionalidades.   Today we’ll talk about occupations and nationalities.   Nationalities and Discussing Nationality   This list includes Spain and the Latin American countries. List of Nationalities in Spanish Country Nationality – Male Nationality – Female Argentina Argentino Argentina Bolivia Boliviano Boliviana […]

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GUEST POST: Is there an ideal language teaching method for beginners and intermediate level learners of a language?

¡Buenos Días! It’s a new week and I am thrilled to be starting it with a very special post.  Today you’ll be reading the first Guest Post on Over The Andes, courtesy Alejandra Rodríguez.  Alejandra is a Spanish teacher and the founder of AR Spanish Online.  Please continue to read about Alejandra’s teaching methods and […]

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Friday Canción: No Me Ames by Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony

It’s Friday again.  The weekend is here! Are you ready for some sweet Spanish music to touch your heart?  I’ve got a Friday Song for you… La canción de viernes: No Me Ames by Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony   You can listen and view the lyrics in this video.  Try to sing along.     Letras/ […]

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Spanish Lesson 5: El Alfabeto

One of the first things you learn in English, is the alphabet.  Similarly, one of the first lessons, in many Spanish courses, covers the Spanish alphabet.  Both English and Spanish use the same letter symbols so there are no new symbols to learn, for the most part.  The Royal Spanish Academy (RAE) determined in 2010 that only […]

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