Don’t be afraid of relative sentences in Spanish! – Part II (B1)

When we speak Spanish we are all the time using relative sentences (a combination of two sentences that share a common noun. One of the sentences gives more information, modifies or specifies the noun in common). Last week we started to explain you relative sentences in Spanish and today we will continue to explain you [...]

By | 2017-02-15T22:32:16+00:00 mayo 30th, 2013|B1, Pocket Grammar|Sin comentarios

Seville has a special colour

When we’re teaching Spanish via Skype on , our students often ask us for advice about what they should visit in Spain on their holidays. Of course, one of the first choices that comes into our mind is Sevilla. Los sevillanos (Sevillians) usually say that Sevilla tiene un color especial (Seville has a special [...]

By | 2017-02-15T22:32:16+00:00 mayo 16th, 2013|This is Spain|Sin comentarios


Many scientists say that nonverbal communication represents two-thirds of all communication. Gestures allow individuals to communicate a variety of feelings and thoughts that sometimes are hard to express with words. Spaniards use lots of gestures in conversation. Probably you can find some of them easy to understand but maybe some others don´t exist in your [...]

By | 2017-02-15T22:32:17+00:00 mayo 7th, 2013|A2|2 Comments