Gazpachos manchegos is a winter dish cooked in a "caldero" (big pot) with meat, bread and broth. The name also reminds of the cold soup named "gazpacho", but it is quite different. Read about this delicious dish and try the recipe.
All Saints' Day is a Christian festival that it is traditional celebrated in Spain. In this blog post, I describe what we typically do during this day. In addition, you have the recipe of a typical sweet that is prepared specially for this day.
The conjugation of the "presente de indicativo" is not always regular. In another blog post, I have already talked about the regular conjugation and the different endings. Here, I am going to explain the vowel changes that some verbs have. These vowel changes take place on the root of the verb. I hope that the following explanation will help you to learn better the verbs' conjugation.
¿Do you know how to ask for the time in Spanish? In fall, we change to wintertime and therefore the clocks are set back one hour at the end of October. This means that we have one hour more to sleep. Here you have an explanation to learn or refresh your knowledge about the time. You will be prepared to talk about the time and timetables!
“Back to school” is known today as the time when children and teenagers start the new academic year. It involves the purchase of material, registration, etc. In Spain, the academic year runs from September until June. Therefore, “La vuelta al cole” is in September. Here you have a post with information about the education system in Spain.
Most of you have already heard about or tasted the wine of Rioja. It has a long history going back to the Middle Ages and it is very popular in Spain. This summer, I spend a week in the regions where the vineyards grow, visited several wineries, learned about how they produce the wine, enjoyed the food, the scenery, and visited marvellous monuments. Practice your Spanish reading skills with a text describing characteristics of the wine and the region. Learn vocabulary about wine and tourism.
The summer in south Spain is hot and you feel like drinking refreshing things. The "horchata" one of the favourite summer drinks. In Valencia they even have a commemorative day for it: on the 6th July the “Día de la horchata i la chufa de Valencia” is celebrated in the Plaza del Ayuntamiento. Here you have some information about this delicious drink that was part of my childhood.
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