Jane Cronin’s Spanish Tips and Tricks

More negatives and questions

January 30th, 2014|Categories: Jane Cronin's Spanish Tips and Tricks|

Lesson 5 Your homework last month was to translate these two sentences into Spanish, so here are the answers: […]

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Cooking

June 27th, 2013|Categories: Jane Cronin's Spanish Tips and Tricks|

Hervir (hierve) – Boil El agua está hirviendo. – The wáter is boiling. La cazo – Saucepan […]

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At the Police Station

May 29th, 2013|Categories: Jane Cronin's Spanish Tips and Tricks|

¿Cómo se llama usted? What is your name? Digame su dirección. […]

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ITV Check

April 27th, 2013|Categories: Jane Cronin's Spanish Tips and Tricks|

El nivel – Level El nivel de agua – The level of water El líquido – Liquid […]

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Using the Telephone

March 29th, 2013|Categories: Jane Cronin's Spanish Tips and Tricks|

¡Diga! or ¡Dígame! When you answer the phone ¿Quién es? […]

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Exclamations!

February 26th, 2013|Categories: Jane Cronin's Spanish Tips and Tricks|

One of the best ways to feel that you are learning Spanish is to be able to say a few of the common expressions. Here are a few that you might like to learn. Notice that when writing an expression in Spanish, the exclamation mark is put upside down at the beginning as well as the right way up at the end. […]

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Telling the time

January 29th, 2013|Categories: Jane Cronin's Spanish Tips and Tricks|

One of the first things we are taught when learning a new language is telling the time. We might not think that it is that important, but of course our lives revolve round the time whether it is the actual time during the day, or whether it is the day or month. […]

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