//marzo

Mr. Suárez: “Puedo prometer y prometo…” (B1)

Adolfo Suárez died last Sunday, the 23rd. Maybe, our students on www.spanishviaskype.com don’t know this man; however, if I tell you that he was the first Prime Minister of Spanish democracy, I’m sure you’ll understand that this has been  shocking news in Spain. Adolfo Suárez was the Spanish Prime Minister from 1976 to 1981, when [...]

By | 2017-02-15T22:32:12+00:00 marzo 26th, 2014|Pocket Grammar, This is Spain|Sin comentarios

Las Fallas de Valencia dicen adiós (B2)

Hoy se celebra en España el día de San José (“padre” de Jesús y carpintero de profesión). Precisamente esta festividad marcó el origen de las Fallas de Valencia (Fallas Festival of Valencia), una de las fiestas pirotécnicas más importantes del mundo (one of the most outstanding fire and pyrotechnic festivity in the whole World) sobre la [...]

By | 2017-02-15T22:32:13+00:00 marzo 19th, 2014|B2, This is Spain|Sin comentarios

What does the fox say? (A2)

We’re sure that our students on www.spanishviaskype.com will have listened to this song over and over for the last months: What does the fox say? by Ylvis. These Norwegian comedy brothers released a musical video that went viral on YouTube last September with over 350 million views. During 3:33 length, they [...]

By | 2017-07-04T10:49:51+00:00 marzo 12th, 2014|A2, Words made in Spain|Sin comentarios