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Isabel Mendoza nació en Cali (Colombia) una ciudad famosa por la alegría y el ambiente festivo de sus ciudadanos. Los colombianos llaman a Cali “la sucursal del cielo” y una de las mayores atracciones turísticas de...
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We want to take you on amazing cultural desafíos around the Spanish-speaking world!
We love teachers, we appreciate all you do, and we want to enrich YOUR life. This month, you will have the opportunity to win a one-week summer Teacher Study Abroad Scholarship to the University of Alcalá in Spain, by participating on an exciting contest of cultural riddles to solve.

Feb 27 The "Desafío destino final España" has begun! - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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Feb 26 Santillana USA's Children's Book New Release: Cuando Hitler robó el conejo rosa - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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Feb 25 Sustantivos femeninos y masculinos - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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Sustantivos femeninos y masculinos

By Evelyn Silva

Según la Real Academia de la Lengua, se le denomina sustantivo a aquellas palabras que pueden funcionar como sujeto de la oración". Son aquellas palabras que utilizamos para nombra a las personas, a los objetos, a las cosas, entre otros. Los sustantivos se califican de diferentes maneras, dependiendo de los objetos, grupos o personas que representan (comunes, propios, colectivos, etc.). Todos estos sustantivos tienen algo en común, todos se clasifican de acuerdo al género en palabras femeninas o palabras masculinas. De la misma forma, estas los sustantivos se clasifican atendiendo al número en singular o plural.

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Feb 24 Spanish “It’s Complicated” Letter - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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By Anne Silva

Dear Spanish, you drive me crazy sometimes!

Now, I know I said that it was love at first sight between you and me, dear Spanish. And it was. But every relationships has its ups and downs, and I just have to get some things off my chest, especially given my short-lived love affair with English…

 

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We want to take you on amazing cultural desafíos around the Spanish-speaking world!
We love teachers, we appreciate all you do, and we want to enrich YOUR life. This month, you will have the opportunity to win a one-week summer Teacher Study Abroad Scholarship to the University of Alcalá in Spain, by participating on an exciting contest of cultural riddles to solve.

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