En la Granja de mi tio – Learn some animals with this Spanish fun Song


You can watched this video and see your children enjoy this Spanish song.

En la granja de mi tío IA, IA, OO!!

The children can learn some new animals like VACA, GATO, PATO, CABRA and PERRO in this order (COW, CAT, DUCK, GOAT and DOG). Let them watched and enjoy with them.  Suitable for Nurseries and Key Stage 1.


Of course you can also practise some other animals with them:

Oveja    Conejo     Ratón     Cisne     Ciervo    Cerdo     Pavo    Gallina

Do you know those words?

Listen and repeat those animals with me:

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GCSEs and A-Level Spanish Help


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On the other hand if you are an A level student you must have a good Spanish background however, remember that getting good predicted and actual grades at AS Level and A2 Level is crucial. Putting in the effort now can greatly improve your chances of getting offers from top Universities such as Oxford and Cambridge.

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Family and Food practise for Spanish GCSE students


You can listen this free track as many times as you like altought think in your exam you will not be able to do this. However this will be a good practise for you.  Try to see if you can catch all the members of the family, their names and what kind of things do/don´t like to eat.

la familia y su comida

This below can help you.  There are seven members in this familiy and those are the clues.

1. He loves to fish and he eats only the food he fishes.

2. Only eats salads.

3. Drinks something really white.

4. Eats unhealthy food

5. He doesn´t like her diet.

6. Loves Spanish food but doesn´t like vegetarian food.

7. Eats fish and prawns.

If you want to practice a bit more why don´t you try to make the transcript of this audio.  You can show later this to your teacher to make sure you wrote it down correctly.

Listen this audio once again:

la familia y su comida

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Consejos para aprender un idioma


Algunos consejos en español para que sus hijos aprendan otros idiomas:

En el caso de los niños bilingües se dará la situación en la que su hijo o hija estará expuesto a más de un idioma. Por ejemplo puede que su hijo en el colegio hablé y reciba las clases en inglés, pero en su casa el niño habla español ya que sus padres son españoles. (o viceversa)

Se puede dar también otros casos en el que el niño está en contacto con más de dos idiomas. Imagínese un niño en el que su padre sea francés y su madre española. Y el niño vaya a una escuela inglesa.

Hay diferentes tipos de variaciones y luego también tenemos casos en el que el niño quizás tan solo habla un idioma pero en el colegio enseñan diferentes idiomas.

En otros colegios y también muy especializados las clases se imparten en dos idiomas, colegios bilingües en el que imparten español e inglés.

¿Qué puede hacer usted para que su hijo mejore un segundo idioma?

  • Intente que su hijo este en contacto lo máximo posible con ese segundo idioma.
  • Empiece pronto, en cuanto antes mejor, incluso cuando son bebes. Cuando son muy pequeñitos el niño aprende idiomas sin darse cuenta. Tan solo jugando y con canciones. Los niños son como esponjas y absorben esos sonidos nuevos de un segundo idioma.
  • Lea al niño regularmente si usted sabe un poco de ese segundo idioma.
  • Intente que el niño vea películas infantiles y oiga en el idioma que quiere que aprenda.
  • Intente ir de vacaciones con su hijo a ese país donde se habla el idioma que quiere que su hijo o hija aprendan.
  • Intente que su hijo controladamente juegue a juegos interactivos educacionales.
  • Intente que su hijo o hija escuchen ese idioma alguna vez.

Estos tan solo son algunos consejos hay libros especializados en este tema en el que pueden encontrar mucha más información. De momento les dejo con un ejemplo en el que pueden escuchar una historia corta bilingüe de dos hermanos cuando van a comprar a su tienda favorita.

La historia ha sido leída por un niño bilingüe en español los dos hermanos – español y en inglés The two brothers -english

Escuche en español y escuche en inglés e intente adivinar cual es su idioma más materno. ¿Es el inglés o es el español?

Finalmente les dejo con un vocabulario para sus hijos util para que practiquen tanto en inglés como en español.

Vocabulary – Los dos hermanos




Esperemos haya sido de interés este artículo en nuestro blog.

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Spanish pronouns – part 4


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Spanish Dialogue booking a room in a hotel (Year 9 student)

Quick practise in Spanish with a Year 9 student

Spanish Practise with Year 9 student

Hotel Las Palomas, ¿dígame?

¿Quisiera reservar una habitación doble con desayuno?

¿Quiere una habitación con dos camas o con una cama de matrimonio?

Con dos camas, por favor. Grácias

¿Para cuantas noches?

Para seis noches, del veintiuno al veintinueve de diciembre. ¿Cuánto es por favor?

Son ciento veinte euros por noche. De acuerdo.

¿Se admiten perros?


Vale, gracias. Adiós.


Can you spot the mistake?

La mujer en el mercado laboral- Spanish A-Levels

En esta actividad que he preparado para vosotros podéis practicar vuestro español mediante lectura, audio y video.

Es un tema interesante en el que analizaremos y compararemos el mercado laboral de la mujer y el hombre, por supuesto concentrándonos más con la mujer.

Os podéis descargar el Power Point, escuchad mis audios, ver el video e intentad hacer las actividades sugeridas en varios Pdf que también podéis descargarlas.

Before to download the following file make sure you can use Power Point otherwise you won’t be able to watch it.

Press here to download the Power Point

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Those below are just some of the pics extracted from the power point and Pdf´s, so you don’t waste time downloading just in case you don’t like, however will be a good practise for you to listen Spanish native speakers. After the pics I have left for you the Pdfs.

La mujer en el mercado laboral- Spanish A-Levels
La mujer en el mercado laboral- Spanish A-Levels
La mujer en el mercado laboral- Spanish A-Levels
La mujer en el mercado laboral- Spanish A-Levels
La mujer en el mercado laboral- Spanish A-Levels

The imperfect and the preterite

Over the years I can see that those two past tenses tend to give to GCSE Spanish students a bit of a headache. Also A-Level students can´t master this properly and often get confused therefore I have done this to clarify a bit this.

If you are not a Spanish GCSE or A-Level student doesn´t matter. It is a very important to understand those two past tenses in order to be able to understand and express yourself so, don´t jump this blog and read it.

The imperfect

Also called “El pretérito imperfecto” in Spanish a lot of times translates as (was, were, doing (as used to do)

This can be a bit confusing and for that reason I am going to state some examples and hopefully will become a bit clear.

Before showing you any example I am going to write down 3 different verbs. As you probably already know in Spanish there are 3 conjugations. We look at the infinitive form and the endings are (-AR -ER and -IR) If all this sounds a bit strange for you, don´t worry look at the following 3 verbs below:

ESTUDIAR      (As you can see “estudiar” – to study” finishes with -AR this means 1st conjugation)

COMER           (As you can see “comer” – to study” finishes with -ER this means 2nd conjugation)

CONDUCIR     (As you can see “conducir” – to drive” finishes with -IR this means 3rd conjugation)

Shall we conjugate those verbs?


Yo                                 estudiaba

Tú                                 estudiabas

Él, Ella/Usted                estudiaba

Nosotros                       estudiábamos

Vosotros                        estudiabais

Ellos, Ellas o ustedes    estudiaban


Yo                                  comía

Tú                                  comías

Él, Ella/Usted                comía

Nosotros                       comíamos

Vosotros                        comíais

Ellos, Ellas o ustedes    comían


Yo                                  conducía

Tú                                  conducías

Él, Ella/Usted                 conducía

Nosotros                        conducíamos

Vosotros                        conducíais

Ellos, Ellas o ustedes    conducían

I am now going to invite you to follow my following link you can see an excellent comparison and use of both Preterit and Imperfect with plenty examples.

It is also a good blog so you can practise your reading skills and understanding in Spanish. At the end of the day if you are reading this blog and you are studying Spanish you are likely to understand it.

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Ordering drinks in Spanish

This activity can be used for a different range of Spanish students, Year 7, 8 and 9. Of course depends a bit about how much of Spanish you know and if you have actually covered the topic in your school.

Play de Power Point and listen all the slides or go to the ones you might find more useful. It will be something like this below.

Ordering drinks in Spanish

You can listen perfect Spanish pronunciation with some tips in some slides and you will be able to stop the slide and practise your self some suggested activities and of course at the end listen the correct answers.

Of course, some advance students from Year 5 and Year 6 could listen and learn some new vocabulary.

Also, some useful content if you are going to visit Spain in the summer.

Before to download the following file make sure you can use Power Point otherwise you won’t be able to watch it.

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Las frutas – Great song learn the fruits in Spanish

This easy and catchy you tube video song from PIca, Pica. They will show you some fruits like “Melocot’on, Manzana, Pera, Piña y Plátano”. I love Pica Pica, great people!

I am not going to tell you what are the Spanish fruits, you need to listen the song and if you want you could also try to dance the song with your family.

If you are a bit older, KS2 even KS3 you can try to remember these words and sing along too.
You can also visit our site if you want some Spanish Lessons in Altrincham for your school, company or yourself.

I have attached below three activities you could try to do after you wtch the video. One is a bit more challenging than the other one. Also the last one is only for Reception classes and to check your answers.

This activity looks like this

Las frutas - Great song learn the fruits in Spanish

This challenge activity looks like this

Las frutas - Great song learn the fruits in Spanish

This Receptiion activity looks like this

Las frutas - Great song learn the fruits in Spanish