Workshop of past tense

Are we Spanish speakers complicated when we talk about the past? We realize it’s true, because we use 4 verb tenses to recount stories. We want to help you be able to do the same with this special workshop: we offer entertaining and creative activities so that you may understand the keys to narration in…

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Workshop of ser/estar

What’s the proper form of the verb “to be” to say we are students? Or that we’re at Juan’s party? Or that the film was good or bad? SER or ESTAR? That is the question. In our practice workshops, full of clarifications of this dilema,  we help you to understand the difference in use of…

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Workshop of por/para

In Spanish we can say that “we work for someone” either trabajamos por alguien or lo hacemos para alguien, but they don’t mean the same. We could even say they have radically different meanings. While in the first case we could be explaining that we are substituting someone in their job, in the second case…

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Workshop of prepositions

A quick and clear review of the most frequent meanings, but which are at the same time the most confusing, of Spanish prepositions: a, de, en, con… A workshop suitable for all levels and all types of students with theory and practice, clarifying examples and a teacher available to resolve as many doubts you may…

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Workshop of past tenses

Are we Spanish speakers complicated when we talk about the past? We realize it’s true, because we use 4 verb tenses to recount stories. We want to help you be able to do the same with this special workshop: we offer entertaining and creative activities so that you may understand the keys to narration in…

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Workshop of Subjuntivo tense

If there is anything that distinguishes Spanish from the majority of other world languages it is the existence of the subjunctive. For many people it is a difficult concept, but it is certain that the subjunctive is a vital part of everyday Spanish. With it we show our feelings, our uncertainties, and we make plans…

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Workshop of por/para

In Spanish we can say that “we work for someone” either trabajamos por alguien or lo hacemos para alguien, but they don’t mean the same. We could even say they have radically different meanings. While in the first case we could be explaining that we are substituting someone in their job, in the second case…

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Workshop of prepositions

A quick and clear review of the most frequent meanings, but which are at the same time the most confusing, of Spanish prepositions: a, de, en, con… A workshop suitable for all levels and all types of students with theory and practice, clarifying examples and a teacher available to resolve as many doubts you may…

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Workshop of subjuntivo

If there is anything that distinguishes Spanish from the majority of other world languages it is the existence of the subjunctive. For many people it is a difficult concept, but it is certain that the subjunctive is a vital part of everyday Spanish. With it we show our feelings, our uncertainties, and we make plans…

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Workshop of the past tenses

Are we Spanish speakers complicated when we talk about the past? We realize it’s true, because we use 4 verb tenses to recount stories. We want to help you be able to do the same with this special workshop: we offer entertaining and creative activities so that you may understand the keys to narration in…

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