Teaching Spanish to immigrants

And…What do you do on Mondays?

10 December, 2012 | 4 Comments

We are in December what quickly time passes! We have dedicated November to work on a video coming soon, for real. But we do not want to miss a long time without raising an exercise to blog and thus keep you busy, here we leave:

  1. our podcast And…What do I do on Mondays? that ye may learn vocabulary related to daily routine.
  2. and writing And…What do you do on Mondays?


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4 Comments on “And…What do you do on Mondays?”

  1. Sheila Chávez Benetatou
    March 4, 2013 to 14:25

    Hi there, I am Cuban and Spanish teacher in Greece, I would like to receive your email with each new post because I need material for my classes and I found interesting this blog.
    Thanks in advance,

  2. Elsa Rodrigo
    November 5, 2013 to 12:11

    Very good materials, Above all I would receive those for Chinese students Thanks!

  3. Mari Carmen García
    May 1, 2014 to 19:39

    I teach Spanish as a volunteer to Moroccan women and I need material for my classes. I look excellent your material, I would greatly appreciate if you could send me. Thanks!

  4. admin
    May 31, 2014 to 21:49

    Mari Carmen thank you very much for your comment. Our materials and interesting we found other people are on the web. For example, Nahono (Moroccan special manual) It is in paragraph “Literacy”. I encourage you to subscribe to our free blog to receive all the material that we will publish. Just add your email in paragraph “Subscribe” It located in the center column at the end of the page. A greeting!

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