Spanish is spoken around the globe. Under this topic you will find information on how to teach, learn and speak Spanish. We have many articles in the Lesson Plan series, and continue to add to them regularly. There are also articles on Parts of Speech, Spanish idioms and dialects spoken in various countries and regions. We review the most current Spanish language learning software and rate it for you. We also look at other methods of learning language through media, including online courses and language CDs. You will also find articles which dig into Spanish culture, looking at the different places where Spanish is spoken. We examine cultures and history, celebrations, food and customs throughout the Spanish speaking world. Learn how the same holiday is celebrated with different traditions in the Spanish speaking world. Bright Hub�s Language Learning channel puts Spanish into your hands and your mind, giving you a unique view of the places where Spanish is spoken.
Adverbs of location in Spanish help us to talk about “where” something takes place or where something can be found. There are a few variations to learn. This article will cover the basics on this topic.
Enjoy a poem, a proverb and learn other words and phrases related to Mother’s Day in Spanish.
The Spanish language’s four definite articles are anything but boring. Here we’ll explore an example of how Latin became Spanish by examining four definite articles in Spanish.
The USA is, generally, no longer a literary culture. The Spanish-speaking world, despite its problems with literacy, is still a literate culture – a culture that thrives on the spoken or written word. Introducing Spanish literature, therefore, is a good way to expose students to Hispanic cultures.
Spanish verbs about precipitation, and the weather generally, are known as “defective” – find out what that means and why it matters!
Students often confuse the Spanish verbs that begin with the digraph LL. This article addresses the problems with a few tips on how to resolve them.
If you’re telling a story in the past tense, jumping to the present can be confusing. Likewise, if you begin a sentence in the present and suddenly use the past, it can be confusing and illogical. Observing the proper sequence of tense is one of the skills learners of Spanish need to master.
The Choquano is a dialect composed by many local dialects in the Department of the Choco. The dialects which grew with the mix of African and Indigenous languages created a new one, who reflects the tradition and the joy of people of living in a beautiful land by the sea.