Cambridge IGCSE Spanish - Foreign Language (0530) This syllabus is designed for learners who are learning Spanish as a foreign language. The aim is to develop an ability to use the language effectively for practical communication. The course is based on the linked language skills of listening, reading, speaking and writing, and these are built on as learners progress through their studies. The syllabus also aims to offer insights into the culture and civilisation of countries where the language is spoken, thus encouraging positive attitudes towards language learning and towards speakers of foreign languages. Notice for UK schools: Only the 2015 syllabus is approved by Ofqual and funded in state schools. You can download one or more question papers for a previous session. Syllabuses The syllabus year refers to the year in which the examination will be taken.
How to Type Spanish Letters and Accents (á, é, í, ó, ú, ü, ñ, ¿, ¡) Overview There are several ways to configure your keyboard to type in the Spanish accented letters and upside-down punctuation (á, é, í, ó, ú, ü, ñ, ¿, ¡) and which one you use depends on the frequency with which you need these letters. 1. Inserting Accented Characters with an English Keyboard Layout If you only need an accented character every now and then, there is no need to change your full keyboard layout. For all PCs There are several key combinations you can use to insert single characters into your text on a PC. In Office for Windows: For accented vowles: Press Ctrl + ‘, then the vowel (ctrl + ' + a = á) For Ñ: Press Ctrl + ~, then the letter n (ctrl + ~ + n = ñ) The second way is using the ASCII code. á = Alt + 0225 é = Alt + 0233 í = Alt + 0237 ó = Alt + 0243 ú = Alt + 0250 ñ = Alt + 0241 ü = Alt + 0252 ¡ = Alt + 0161 ¿ = Alt + 0191 To type the numbers, you must use the numeric keypad on the right side of your keyboard, not the number keys on the top row. For all Macs 2. For Macs
Learn Spanish with free online lessons GCSE Bitesize - Geography Spanish Vocabulary Notes and Lists - Vocabulario Español by Woodward Spanish This page is divided into two sections. The first section contains Spanish vocabulary explained in English. The second section contains Spanish vocabulary explained in Spanish. Spanish Vocabulary Topics (in ENGLISH) Over the next months we will create more Spanish Vocabulary pages with English explanations, thinking of the people who have a basic level of Spanish. Pages in English for learning Spanish Vocabulary: Colors - Colors in Spanish, word order and typical things associated with each one Days & Months - The days of the week and the months of the year in Spanish Family Members - Members of the family from your immediate family to relatives. Common mistakes in Spanish (for English speakers) Spanish Vocabulary Topics (en ESPAÑOL) Note that these pages are entirely in Spanish so you can learn the main word and other ones associated with it in its description / explanation. Ciencias Naturales - Natural Science in Spanish Spanish Reading Topics Spanish Reading Passages Spanish Verb Lists
El Conjugador THE MIXXER Course: Cambridge IGCSE foreign languages: Speaking test video The aim of this video is to support teacher-examiners in conducting the Cambridge IGCSE foreign language speaking tests. It covers the structure of the test (which includes the different parts and timings of the test), what you will need with you in the examination room, and how to set up the rooms and the exam. Let’s start by looking briefly at the structure of the speaking test Preparation time: Each candidate is given 10 minutes to prepare for the test in a different room from the examination room. The test: To start the test, there is a short 30 second warm-up in the target language. After this short discussion, the role play can start. The next part of the test is topic conversation 1. The final part of the test is topic conversation 2. Let’s now look at what you as the teacher/examiner should do before starting the speaking tests. You must: Before the test you will need to think about what you need in the examination room. Preparation time This lasts 10 minutes. Role play (2 minutes)
Radio Podcastellano Fundación del Español Urgente Smigin Is a Foreign Language Tool That Doesn’t Make You Sound Like A Tourist If you’ve ever tried to learn a foreign language, you probably know that most existing methods focus on aspects of the language that aren’t very helpful in everyday life. For example, newcomers to a language are often first taught the names of animals or colors, words that aren’t normally applicable to the common traveler. Smigin aims to fix this problem with its app that allows travelers to build and hear common phrases spoken by a native speaker. Smigin today released a total overhaul which for the first time introduces a monetization strategy for the year-old company. The cafe section will be free in all languages, and users can pay $4.99 to unlock all additional categories for a specific language. One thing unique about Smigin is that users can only create phrases incorporating the infinitive form of verbs. For example, you can use the app to say “I have to eat” or “I need to eat”, but not phrases like “she is eating right now”.