Posts Tagged ‘spanish intensive group lessons’

Hola soy yo Josh. Esta semana es una buena semana porque hay más estudiantes de otras partes del mundo. Siempre es una buena experiencia conocer a más personas muy diferentes y de lugares muy lejanos, que están unidos para una causa importante; aprender español. Hay nuevos estudiantes de China, Canadá, Colombia, y hasta Pakistán. Es una cosa más que hace que la experiencia se sienta muy viva aquí en la escuela. Hoy hubo una clase con el instructor Matías y conversamos de las elecciones, las propuestas y polémicas que están en la actualidad del país, y jugamos un juego llamado “Tuti Fruti” que incluye pensar en diferentes palabras que empiezan con una letra específica. Es una buena manera de aprender más vocabulario y de ejercerse el cerebro también! Estamos emocionados por continuar con la semana!

Hello, it’s Josh. This is a great week because there are new students from other parts of the world. It’s always a great experience to get to know different people from far places that share something important in common which is to learn Spanish. There are new students from China, Canada, Colombia, and even Pakistan. It’s another thing that makes the experience here in the school feel so alive. Today there was a class with the instructor Matías and we talked about the upcoming elections, the proposals and controversies that are current in this country, and we played a game called “Tuti Fruti” that includes guessing words or phrases that start with a specific letter. It’s a great way to learn more vocabulary and to exercise our brains as well! We’re excited to continue with our week!

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“La Noche de la Nostalgia”  is a party celebrated in Uruguay on August 24th, the night before Uruguay’s Independence Day.  Vive la nostalgia con la música de los 60,70,80 y 90. More information

 

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There are several town parties taking place at that time. The eldest is the “Creole Week of the Prado Rural Society”, known in Spanish as “semana criolla”. This event consists of a week in which the “gauchos” –countryside people- do horse-riding demonstrations known as “jineteadas”.  More info

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A nice student review of the horse riding excursion. Thanks Diane for sharing this with us. Read more

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Are you ready to make a delicuos meat bread? Come and read all about the recipe.

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