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This month in Plaza Santillana, we honor all things literature.

From the Día internacional del libro to the Día internacional del libro infantil (International Children's Book Day), readers around the Spanish-speaking world are celebrating all the richness that great books bring to our lives.

Won't you celebrate with us? 

Apr 24 Help! Preterite or Imperfect? It is not the same! - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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Grammar Corner

Evelyn Silva

Two weeks ago, I was teaching the uses of the imperfect. My students seemed to be confused and some frustrated because they couldn't understand why Spanish language has two different tenses to narrate events in the past. Several of them stopped by after school and asked me the same question: but is it not the same?

In Spanish, deciding when to use preterite or imperfect can be one of the biggest challenges for every student. Practicing is never enough. That's why I decided to create a handout, an easy way to describe the use of these tenses:

Apr 23 "¿De qué está hecha la Luna?" Free eBook - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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¡Feliz Día del Libro!

Desde Pupitre queremos celebrar con todos vosotros el Día del Libro de un modo muy especial. Y por eso hoy estamos regalando el cuento interactivo "¿De qué está hecha la Luna?".

¿De qué está hecha la Luna?"

Apr 23 23 de abril, 2014, "Día Mundial del Libro y del Derecho de Autor" - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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2014 World Book Capitalhttp://portharcourtworldbookcapital.org/index.php

Evelyn Silva

Hoy es un día muy especial porque es 23 de abril  y celebramos el "Día Mundial del Libro y del Derecho de Autor". Por eso, antes de salir de casa me he asegurado de tener en mi bolsa el libro que le voy a regalar a mi compañera Ariana.

Apr 22 April 22nd. is Earth Day - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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Celebrate Earth Day with this activity for your Spanish Classroom

Espacios naturales singulares


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