Gazpachos a la Marinera is a dish cooked in a "caldero" (big pot) with fish, seafood, bread and broth. The name also reminds of the cold soup named "gazpacho", but it is quite different. Read and listen about this delicious dish and practice with the interactive exercises. Try the recipe!
I think Christmas is one of the best time of the year. In Spain, we have our own Christmas traditions. Here Christmas takes place between the 24th December and the 6th January and there are four very important days. Here you can read and listen (podcast) about them and practice with some exercises.
Have you noticed that the verb "gustar" sees a bit different. Here you have a video lesson where I explain the basics to start using this verb. You can also practice with a couple of interactive exercises.
Halloween is not a typical Spanish festivity, but it has become very popular in the last years. Instead we have always celebrated "Día de Todos los Santos", which is a very traditional festivity for us. Read more about these two ways of celebrating the 31st of October and 1st of November here in Spain.
Dictionaries are a very important tool when learning a foreign language. There are different types of dictionaries and depending on what level you have, you may need a different one. Read this text and practice your Spanish!
The summer in south Spain is hot and you feel like drinking refreshing things. The "horchata" is one of the favourite summer drinks and, in my region (Comunidad Valenciana), it is a tradition. It has even a commemorative day for it: on the 6th July the “Día de la horchata i la chufa de Valencia”. Here you have a text about this delicious drink. Listen to the podcast to practice even more!
The 24th of June is near. In Alicante, we celebrate "Les Fogueres" with passion and party. This year they have been cancel due to Covid-19 but probably next year we can enjoy again "a la llum de les fogueres". Check what traditions are part of this festival!
Summer is one of people´s favourite seasons. It´s warmer, days are longer and we usually can get some days off. Then, we can travel, visit friends, eat ice cream... ¿How are holidays in Spain? Read this text in Spanish and listen to it!
The present simple is the first verb that you usually learn when you start with your Spanish lessons. Conjugation is something that students find difficult, boring and annoying, but it is necessary if you want to speak and be understood. Here you have the information you need to learn how to conjugate the present simple of the regular verbs. Includes a free infographic to download.