Posts Tagged ‘activities of La Herradura Spanish school in Montevideo’

Debido al 1 de mayo, que es festivo en Uruguay, los alumnos de La Herradura Spanish school disfrutaron de un fin de semana largo y la escuela organizó para recorrer la costa uruguaya, visitando Punta del Este, La Paloma, Punta del Diablo y Minas // Due to the national holidy May 1st, students of La Herradura Spanish school have enjoyed a long week end and the school has organized a tour exploring the Uruguayan coastline, visiting, Punta del Este, La Paloma, Punta del Diablo and Minas.

 

 

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El viernes 17 de febrero juntamos dos grupos en la clase de conversación para jugar al pictionary y así poder practicar la gramática que se aprende en las clases, ademas de incorporar el vocabulario ya aprendido. Utilizamos las reglas generales del juego, pero le agregamos varios puntos personales.  // Last Friday, February 17th, two groups played the board game Pictionary to pactise the grammar and apply the vocabulary, learned during the last week. We have used the general rules of the game but we also added special ones.

Leer mas y ver un video // read more and have a look at a video

Si tienes ganas de probar una clase divertida como esta anímate a venir a conocernos y a practicar tu gramática y conversación de la manera mas divertida // If you would like practise your grammar and vocabulary come and join an entertaining lesson at our school. Contact us

 

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Empezamos la semana practicando el pasado. A los estudiantes les gusta contarnos qué hicieron durante el fin de semana y nuestro profesor Ignacio aprovechó para dar una clase de pretéritos durante una hora privada a una alumna alemana de La Herradura en Punta del Este.  ¡Buena semana para todos!

White board Punta del Este 12.04.2016

Puedes practicar  más viendo este video en You Tube 

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There’s an exciting week in store for the students at La Herradura this week. Along with this week’s planned activities, students can enjoy the interesting festivities happening in Montevideo.

Tonight you can head down to Playa Ramírez to see the ‘Fiesta de Iemanjá, which’s conveniently located a short walk from the school. It is an interesting religious celebration on the beach. Click here for more information in Spanish about the event.

On Thursday and Friday, you can watch the ‘Llamadas‘, which’s an ‘Afro-Uruguayan’ drum procession and is one of the first carnivals of the season. It will be located in the streets of the neighbourhoods ‘Barrio Sur’ and ‘Palermo’ in Montevideo. Get there early in the evening because it’s very popular and the pavements get extremely busy!

Friday, cooking lessons at La Herradura school in Montevideo.

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