Spanish Activities Key Stage 5 -A Levels

Here you can find Spanish Activities that you can use for A Levels

The Subjunctive Simplified: Techniques To Help Spanish Learners

I’m wondering if I should learn the subjunctive for my GCSE. I’ve been pondering this question for a while. While it’s not essential, the subjunctive is widely used in Spanish. If you plan on continuing to learn Spanish, I recommend learning at least a bit. If you don’t plan on continuing, it depends. If you …

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Women In The Labour Market – Spanish A-Levels

The topic of women in the labour market is crucial and thought-provoking for A-level students to examine and discuss. Throughout history, women have encountered significant discrimination and formidable barriers in the workforce, ranging from unequal pay to limited opportunities for career advancement and restricted access to certain professions. It is imperative for students to fully …

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How To Use The Spanish 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. If you are not a Spanish GCSE or A-Level student doesn´t matter. …

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How to Practise proactively Spanish preterit and imperfect tenses

A quick introduction in English for you to understand the basics of how to use the Spanish Preterit and the Imperfect; however, I wrote the majority of this article in Spanish so you can practise as much as you can. Learning how to use the Spanish preterit and imperfect tenses can be tricky at first, …

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Spanish Prepositions – Sobre and Tras

We are now going to finish with the last two Spanish Prepositions and some examples in order to clarify this topic. “Sobre” sobre= over, about, on top of, above, approximately   – To show position of something keeping contact physically (“on top of”, “on”): Ej: El libro está sobre la mesa (The book is on the …

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