Posts Tagged ‘cursos de español en Montevideo y Punta del Este’

¿Quién decía que los principiantes no podían escribir buenas historias en español? Esta mañana, Stephanie, estudiante de A1 avanzado, ha inventado la maravillosa historia de Susie, el Hombre Jengibre y Nessie, el dinosaurio vegetariano. Los ejercicios de escritura creativa son de gran utilidad para estimular la imaginación, ampliar vocabulario y poner en práctica los conocimientos gramaticales // Who said that beginner students can´t write  good stories in Spanish? This morning, our advanced A1 student Stephanie, wrote a wonderful story about Susie, the man “jengibre” and Nessie, the vegetarian dinosaur. The written creative excercises are a very useful to motivate the imagination, to increase the vocabulary and to practise the grammar knowledge.
Bien hecho / Well done Stephanie!
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Saludos desde Uruguay!!

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Although the weather is windy and quiet cold, spring has started ….. 

Feliz PrimaveraBuen fin de semana para todos!!

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Todos sabemos que el fútbol es muy importante para los uruguayos y cuándo juega la selección puedes ver banderas por todos los lados, la gente se pone la camiseta de Uruguay, se pinta la cara y hasta los perros se visten de Celeste!!

We all know how important soccer is for Uruguayans and when the national team is playing you can see flags all over the city, people dressed with the team shirt and even the dogs are representing Uruguay.

Vamos la Celeste!!

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Uruguay is well know for its excellent meat but the wide offer of fresh vegetables, legums and fruits can´t be ignored.  One of our German students Melanie, has started a blog where she will share recipies with ingredients from Uruguay and other countries. Food blog

Do you like cooking? You can combine your Spanish course with a cooking course at both our schools in Montevideo and Punta del Este. Contact us

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