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2017 Spanish Constitution Day (A1)

A day like today, 39 years ago, Spain started its transition from a dictatorship towards a democracy with a new constitution. After hard negotiations and efforts, Spaniards left their differences aside and decided to build a common place to live together. Nowadays, those differences have surfaced again stronger and stronger. The Catalan independence movement and [...]

By |2017-12-05T13:50:22+01:00diciembre 6th, 2017|A1, Actualidad|2 Comments

Sergio Ramírez: 2017 Cervantes Prize awarded (B2)

Sergio Ramírez, Sandinista revolutionary, politician, journalist, novelist and Nicaraguan. This is the new Cervantes Prize winner’s profile, the most important Spanish literature award. The first Nicaraguan awarded ever, has opted for social commitment, questioning our reality and searching the historical models of literature and art in his works. “Cuando uno no es Quijote, se convierte [...]

By |2017-11-21T13:27:08+01:00noviembre 22nd, 2017|B2, Pocket Grammar, Spanish World|2 Comments

Solo sé que no sé nada (B2)

“I know that I know nothing”; with this phrase, Socrates, the Greek philosopher, paraphrased by Plato (Socrates never said that, literally) did not mean that he actually knew nothing. In fact, he meant that he had certeza (certainty) of nothing. That legendary quote has its equivalent in our era: “you know nothing, Jon Snow”. This [...]

By |2017-04-24T18:44:26+01:00abril 26th, 2017|B2, Pocket Grammar|Sin comentarios

Practica cantando (B2)

¿Te resulta difícil la pronunciación en español? ¿Encuentras difícil la entonación? ¿No consigues que tu español suene natural? ¿Por qué no pruebas con canciones? Puedes cantar en la ducha, por la calle, con tus amigos en el karaoke, pero ¡canta! No creas que estamos de broma, es una de las mejores maneras de aprender a [...]

By |2017-02-15T22:31:59+01:00junio 1st, 2016|B2, Spanish Language|Sin comentarios