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5th December 2016
Holiday season is coming and many of us will be traveling these days. If you are heading to a Spanish-speaking country, this vocabulary will be very useful. This video presents the different means of transportation that we normally use to commute and travel to other cities. You can learn and practice the names and their respective articles depending on their genders.
After watching the video, see how much you can remember by doing the activities provided below.
27th November 2016
With this tutorial you can learn how to describe the weather in Spanish. The video shows the most commonly used vocabulary for this purpose as well as the correct structures.
In Spanish, we use three main verbs to describe the weather: HACER (hace calor); HAY (hay nieve); ESTAR (está lloviendo). In many cases you can use one or two verbs to refer to a weather expression.
Have a look at the video to go through some examples of how to use the structures, then test yourself with the exercises below.
22nd November 2016
We use the passive voice in Spanish when the action is more important than the agent, or we are referring to the person or object receiving the action rather than the one doing it. E.g. El Tah Majal fue construido por Shah Jahan.
The main structure of the action is the verb to be and the past participle of the verbs (ending in -ado, -ido). Have a look at the video below for more examples on how to make a sentence in passive voice. Remember to do the exercises in the link provided to pratice.