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26th February 2017
Short breaks, holidays and business trips might take you to visit hotels in Spanish-speaking countries. This short guide will help you learn useful phrases to communicate needs and enquiries with Spanish-speaking staff.
In the video, you will learn how to ask for room availability, types of rooms, breakfast hours, hotel ammenities and locations. The online practice activity also includes a question-answer task similar to the conversations carried out in the video.
20th February 2017
What do you do every day? This week we will describe our daily routine in Spanish. The video will not only present the vocabulary needed but also the regular structures we use to talk about this topic.
This video also avoids using specific times, which is more appropriate to learn on a different post.
Watch the video and then do the activity provided below so you can start talking about your routine to your colleagues and friends.
14th February 2017
This structure is the equivalent to the Present Perfect in English. We also use it to describe experiences and actions that started in the past and continue in the present. The video gives a thorough explanation on how to construct a sentence in a grammatically-correct manner.
It would be a good idea before doing the exercises to review the irregular participle verbs in Spanish (e.g. "volver""hacer") as the video only uses regular ones.