The numbers (or los numeros) in Spanish are slightly trickier compare to the alfabeto and takes a bit
more effort to learn them.
0 to 10… 459 more words
The character “Treo” in the Lie To Me episode “Unchained” makes my heart smile. In his years in prison, he read and read and read. Wrote a book. 163 more words
Sing and Sign a Language: Spanish Opens Up a World of Spanish Language Learning for the Children’s Marketplace
New York, NY, April 09, 2010 – Sunset Special Markets (SSM) is setting up their first release that will tap into the children’s marketplace with the Sign and Sign a Language: Spanish three (3) CD Set.The “Sing And Sign A Language: Spanish” CD Set is not only a specially packaged three (3) CD set, the initial concept for this type of a release was also produced to create a learning kit for children in their greatest development years. 749 more words
Some time back I ran across the Spanish word empollón, which was new to me. The DRAE marks it as despectivo ‘derogatory’ and defines it this way: ‘Dicho de un estudiante: Que prepara mucho sus lecciones, y se distingue más por la aplicación que por el talento.’ (Let me translate that loosely: ‘Said of a student who slaves away on assignments and gets good grades more through brute force than through ability.’) 172 more words
I found about this event and it seems very interesting, I think it’s going to be fun! The author, Alec Dempster (born in Mexico, grew up in Toronto) is using the traditional, Mexican board game “Loteria” (like a Bingo game) to present the images he has created, and perform “sones jarochos” a traditional music from Veracruz. 103 more words