Spanish language

/Tag:Spanish language

Tips to pass your DELE exam

The first DELE exams (Instituto Cervantes) of 2018 are near and our Preparation for DELE course is crowded. At, our teachers (who are also accredited as DELE examiners) are receiving many requests for a free trial lesson from students who want to improve their chances to pass this test. Many of these candidates have [...]

By | 2018-01-29T23:34:26+00:00 enero 31st, 2018|DELE|Sin comentarios

You need these words in your life (B2)

A good life is directly related to a good health. SpanishviaSkype introduced its new Medical Spanish Course to you last January. It’s been a year in which we have met young professionals who needed to increase their Spanish vocabulary in the field of Medicine for different reasons. Our students have been working on medical reports, [...]

By | 2018-01-22T22:37:13+00:00 enero 24th, 2018|B2, Medical Spanish|Sin comentarios

10 words that will change your business skills (B1)

Hacer negocios, doing business, is the most competitive and challenging experience for a professional. At SpanishviaSkype you will find the course you are looking for. Spanish Lessons for Business is the best way to improve your verbal and nonverbal communication skills. Leading a business meeting, giving presentations and negotiating, writing correspondence [...]

By | 2018-01-16T13:12:36+00:00 enero 17th, 2018|B1, Business|2 Comments

Haciendo la pelota (C1)

La pelota (the ball) is one of the most important inventions of human beings, along with the wheel, the airplanes or the internet. Is this statement an exaggeration? Spanish-speaking countries are a good proof of it. Wherever you go, you will see kids, teenagers or even adults playing with una bola, un balón, un cuero, [...]

By | 2017-11-27T23:48:28+00:00 noviembre 29th, 2017|C1, Just Spanish, Spanish World|2 Comments

Errare humanum est (II) (B1)

Errar, fallar, equivocarse… (to make mistakes) it doesn’t matter the synonym you may chose. We never want to use them. Making mistakes is the main reason for not daring to speak in a foreign language. However, as we explained formerly here, even native speakers make multiples of them. El dardo [...]

By | 2017-11-07T14:11:24+00:00 noviembre 8th, 2017|B1, Pocket Grammar|Sin comentarios