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Recomendación del día: el agua, el águila: la y el ante nombres f

Hola a todos,Les comparto este artículo que me pareció re-interesante. On Thursday, June 15, 2017 4:21 AM, FUNDÉU BBVA wrote:
Clau Hendricks
Jul 1

Re: Different kinds of rolled R's in Spanish

As a native speaker, I always felt Spanish teachers made a big deal about nothing when it came to rolling r's.  You know it was really started to make it
Altis Durante
May 29

Different kinds of rolled R's in Spanish

Hello, everyone. A week ago I was looking at several YouTube videos on presenting the names of the colors in Spanish. It seemed like some of the videos did not
Daniel Hanson
May 28

Re: Native Speakers courses: Profanity and albures

All you can do is set up a standard of respect for all the students as well as any comments that are inappropriate. On Fri, Apr 7, 2017 at 11:30 AM
Kathleen McIntyre HM
Apr 21

Re: Native Speakers courses: Profanity and albures

Daniel, I let them know that I DO write people up for infractions of the school rules. (Unfortunately, there are many at our school who do NOT) Inappropriate
Chris Rose
Apr 7

Native Speakers courses: Profanity and albures

Hello, everyone. I hope you are doing well. I found out last week that I will be teaching Spanish for Native Speakers Level 2 next school year (probably Spring
Apr 7

Re: [MaestrosdeEspanol] bufó

 Ron snorted.  bufar is the verb P Please consider the environment before printing my email From: "Charlotte Meyer meyer.charlotte38@...
Altis Durante
Mar 14


I am reading Harry Potter in Spanish and came across the sentence, "Ron bufó." I think it means something along the lines of, "Ron laughed," but could not
Charlotte Meyer
Mar 14

Re: love

Hi Charlotte, I am from Argentina and only heard querer a mi madre. But you say "el amor de una madre", o "el amor de un hijo por su madre" to use the noun. I
Claudia Hendricks
Feb 11

Re: love

Hello, Charlotte. Hope you're doing well. To answer your question, native speakers naturally use "querer" when talking about living their family members. Best
Daniel Hanson
Feb 11


When you are talking about loving your mother, would you use querer a or would you use amar? I am not clear on the nuances and usages of the two. Charlotte
Charlotte Meyer
Feb 11

What is a proficiency-based curriculum?

Hello, everyone. I hope you are doing well. I have had this question in the back of my mind for the last little while since "proficiency-based curriculum" has
Daniel Hanson
Jan 28

Re: Verbs of knowledge + subjunctive

Isn't it usually when some doubtvmight be there? in English we say "I didn't know if you we're coming.". Same idea. On Tuesday, December 6, 2016,
Kathleen McIntyre HM
Dec 15, 2016

Fwd: [moretprs] Movie Talk for advanced structures

Someone recently asked about teaching the subjunctive and I came across this message in my files. Simon's Cat videos are good for doing a Movie Talk using the
Charlotte Meyer
Dec 11, 2016

Verbs of knowledge + subjunctive

Hello, everyone! I have been wondering if in high school the concept of the subjunctive being used with verbs of knowledge should be taught. I ask because one
Dec 6, 2016
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