President Obama: Daughter Malia's Spanish 'Is Much Better Than Mine' President Barack Obama may be the leader of the free world, but he's relying on his daughter Malia as his personal interpreter during his historic trip to Cuba. Malia was captured translating Spanish for her father on Sunday night in a photo that's since gone viral. "You know, her Spanish is much better than mine," Obama said in an exclusive interview with ABC News' David Muir.
Ricitos de Oro y Los Tres Osos - Children's stories in Spanish and English Érase una vez que había tres osos: un Papá Oso, una Mamá Osa y un Bebe Oso. Ellos vivían juntos en una casa amarilla con un techo rojo en medio de un gran bosque. translation ▼▶ Once upon a time there were three bears: A father bear, a mother bear and a little bear. They lived all together in a yellow house in the middle of a big forest. Un día, Mamá Osa cocinó un una gran olla de sopa deliciosa y caliente para el desayuno.
Los Tres Cerditos - The Three Little Pigs in Spanish and English Érase una vez que había una mamá cerda que tenía tres cerditos. Ella los amaba mucho, pero no había suficiente comida para alimentarlos, así que los cerditos tuvieron que ir a buscar su suerte. translation ▼▶ Once upon a time there was a mama pig who had three little pigs. She loved them very much but there was not enough food to feed them, so the little pigs had to go seek their fortune. El primer cerdito decidió ir al sur. Grammar and Vocabulary List of Codes for Spanish teachers and students This list of Spanish Grammar and Vocabulary Games and Notes contains extra activities and information that support a class a student has been in. It can also be used for additional practice in areas where students feel they need more help. As a Spanish teacher (at any Spanish school around the world) you can also refer your students to this site (www.spanish.cl) and mention the code (and name) of the activity you would like them to do.
Más arriba: Spanish Language Exercises Más arriba (©2013 by Gary Aitken) is an interactive workbook of introductory Spanish language exercises, based on the pictorial contextualization of fundamental vocabulary and language points. The exercise material includes full-colour drawings, sound clips, instant feed-back, vocabulary help and a voice recorder (powered by Vocaroo). Más arriba can be used with any introductory approach. You can follow the alphabetical Exercise Index directly below or click here to go to the Lesson Index, provided for users of the Third Canadian Edition of ¡Arriba! Comunicación y cultura (©2013 by Pearson Education Canada). Click here to learn how to type accents in Spanish.
Basic Spanish vocabulary - Adjectives (with pronunciation!) Adjectives in Spanish The following English-Spanish and Spanish-English word lists contain the most important adjectives. An interactive practice tool is also available on this site that helps you learn the following list of words. All vocabulary topics, including this, can be found listed in the "Word practice" menu. Listen to the pronunciation! Spanish Web Resources - Web Links Culture and HistoryMusic, Radio, & TelevisionNews and MagazinesLiteratureLanguage Learning SitesChat and Virtual WorldsCountry/City ToursGrab BagProfessional Language Associations Culture and History Top Music, Radio, and Television News and Magazines Spanish Verb Conjugation Drills Home / Verb Drills Find topics in left sidebar. Anyone who has studied Spanish knows that one of the biggest challenges is to learn all of the verb conjugations. That's why we created this section.
Weather Expressions Home / Grammar / Topic Notes: The written lesson is below.Links to quizzes, tests, etc. are to the left. Remember, an idiom is an expression that cannot be immediately understood by analyzing its literal meaning. English-Spanish Glossary: Beauty, Makeup, and Skin Care - Spanish make up / Spanish beauty A to Z, a bilingual vocabulary and word list for make-up, cosmetics, colors, facial features, and beauty concepts: Makeup in Spanish - Free online Engli When there are several Spanish translations for the same English word or term, those preferred in Dominican Spanish (if any) are shown in blue, like labial for lipstick. absorbent - absorbente accentuate - acentuar