Archive for November

  • The Worst Of All Spanish Learning Books

    Nov 28 • Sharon • Spanish Learning ToolsNo Comments

    So you have decided to learn Spanish, good for you! This is a huge step that will benefit you in more ways than you ever thought possible. I am so excited that in your search we have found each other because I’m going to give you some tips that will save you time in finding the best Spanish learning books. Also what to be aware of and then I’ll direct you towards an outstanding resource that I have used and love. Spanish learning books are a fabulous resource as are the many lessons and audios available on the net. However it’s worth knowing as you begin your search that not all Spanish learning books are made equal. Firstly the worst of all books and websites are definitely out there too. I know because I have some of them at home on my shelves collecting dust, so first let me share

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  • Learning Spanish For Kids

    Nov 23 • Sharon • Learn Spanish For KidsNo Comments

     Learning Spanish for kids has never been more fun has it? And I have a 10% discount just for you so read on. As I find Spanish learning games for kids or books that I think you’ll love I’ll pass them right on to you. We all love a recommendation don’t we? Well I have some good news for you, that’s exactly what I have for you today. I’m delighted to report that while in my local book shop this morning, I came across two cleverly written Spanish learning for kids books. Not only is the author, Genevieve Yusuf a local  but she has teamed brilliantly with her close friend Suzanne Wilson who has risen to the challenge of  bringing the characters of their story to life in glorious colour. Each story follows the adventures of chums Lucy & Lucia and Phillip & Felipe. As the stories unfold Spanish words are introduced within the context of

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  • Spanish Language Schools In Valencia

    Nov 20 • Sharon • Travelling Through SpainNo Comments

    Have you ever tried Spanish language immersion schools in the heart of Spain?  Until I took the plunge last year I only had an over enthusiastic appraisal from a gorgeous friend of mine. She spoke of the warm engaging Valencian’s who had really made her stay memorable, the famous Valencian paella and the experience taking in the outstanding architecture from the comfort of a horse drawn carriage pulled through the historic City. From above the main square from the Cathedral of Valencia located in Plaza de la Reina, which also has a bell tower attached to the Cathedral, splendid views unfold across Valencia. All sounded tempting to me so far….  But, what I really wanted to check out was… Horchata! ‘What’ I hear you cry! Yes.., Horchata. Could it really be as delicious as my friend described? And was the paella very different to that in other parts of Spain? Valencia was the only place I could go to find out so I decided

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