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The Preterit in Spanish - An Introduction The Simple Past Post 240 of 365 Today we'll have a little introduction to the preterit in Spanish Vamos a aprender el pretérito en español The Preterit Tense in Spanish - an Intro Saying the 'past tense' is far too general....
Holiday Traditions in Spanish Post 272 of 365 Buenos días y feliz diciembre En la publicación de hoy hablamos sobre turron, tamales y la Lotería Nacional de España. Turrón ¿Qué es el turrón? En España, turrón es un dulce tradicional de la Navidad. Es un dulce muy duro...
Saffron, Herbs and Spices in Spanish Post 341 of 365 ¡Buenos dias! Today Saffron, herbs and spices in Spanish En la publicación de hoy hablamos sobre azafrán y otros especias y condimentos en español. Saffron Primero, vocabulario... ¿Sabías que... - Did you know...
Es el Día de Acción de Gracias 2020 y Marí y Lorenzo tienen planes para celebrar de una manera diferente este año. Aprenda vocabulario para hablar del Día de Acción de Gracias y revisar vocabulario para hablar de la familia en español.
Spanish Vocabulary for Thanksgiving Take time this week to tune into radio & TV in Spanish to hear these holiday related words. Learn how to talk about this holiday in Spanish Diferentes colores y tipos de Maíz Post 237 of 365 Es jueves, 26 de...
The Mexican Folk Art of Catrina Dolls Post #216 of 365 Hola y gracias por acompañarme hoy en el Spanish Blog 365. Yesterday was el Día de Todos Santos and Today is...El Día de los Muertos en México, el 2 de noviembre. En un desfile del Día de los Muertos es común ver...
El Día de los muertos en México The Day of the Dead - Mexico Post #220 of 365 Review Post: Catrina Dolls Vocabulario - review for the reading below los muertos = los difuntos = los fallecidos = dead / deceased un día festivo - a holiday antes de la llegada - before...
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