Teaching Spanish to immigrants

Women and dictionaries

17 March, 2013 | No Comments

In this post we want to highlight two different but important news:

1. Of 15 al 24 March 2013 in the center La Cárcel de Segovia the III Meeting with Women who Transform the World. According to their website, This meeting was born with the spirit of showing the reality of women in different parts of the world and from different spheres. You will find both talks with impressive women and a film series about women.Here you have the full program: Women Transforming the World.

2. One of our students, Ma’an, a Super Basic Arabic-Spanish Illustrated Dictionary. The words are grouped by subject with their corresponding illustration along with the approximate transcription of the pronunciation in Arabic, They also add sheets to remember that vocabulary and write it down.

Arabic-spanish dictionary

As you know, Colloquial Arabic is different in different countries, which makes it difficult to create a valid dictionary for all of them. This dictionary has tried to use the most general colloquial words and in some impossible cases includes synonyms. We find it very useful both for children or adults who want to learn Spanish and for teachers who have children who speak Arabic and want to help them in their own language.. Encourage them to use Arabic with them!



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