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Escalera mecánica = Escalator

Escalera mecánica = Escalator | Learn Spanish | Scoop.it

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The 5 senses of wine (a tasting in Spanish)

The 5 senses of wine (a tasting in Spanish) | Learn Spanish | Scoop.it

This is a unique opportunity to taste fine and carefully selected Spanish wines, learn the 5 senses of wine tasting and meet great people. And all this in Spanish!!
Wine is a great example of the best of a culture; it’s a reflection of the connections between the land, the people and its traditions. It helps us understand the signs and wordsthat people use to communicate feelings, taste, smell, sight, touch… isn’t that what language is about?

 

Thursday, October 25th, 2012
6 to 8 p.m.
888 8th Avenue, # 7 P
New York, NY 10019
Price is $95 per person
Please RSVP to Luis Cardozo at
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Limited attendance 8 -10 people

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FOLLOW US = SÍGANOS

FOLLOW US = SÍGANOS | Learn Spanish | Scoop.it

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Dar la mano = Shake hands

Dar la mano = Shake hands | Learn Spanish | Scoop.it
Dar la mano = Shake hands Cuando digo hola yo doy la mano When I say hello I shake hands...
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Agenda 2. Los meses. The months in Spanish

Agenda 2. Los meses. The months in Spanish | Learn Spanish | Scoop.it
When you look at the Spanish words for the months of the year (los meses del año), you may think that they look pretty familiar. The Spanish spellings for the months are similar to the English spellings; in most cases, it’s just the vowels that change.

Enero (January)

Febrero (February)

Marzo (March)

Abril (April)...

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National Enrollment in the Eight Major Language Categories

National Enrollment in the Eight Major Language Categories | Learn Spanish | Scoop.it

Spanish, studied by over 70% of foreign language students, dominated language course enrollment French, a distant second both years, represented 14% to 15% of foreign language enrollment. 

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Columna = Column

Columna = Column | Learn Spanish | Scoop.it

Una columna muy grande…

A very big column…

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Anochecer = Dusk

Anochecer = Dusk | Learn Spanish | Scoop.it

Anochecer espectacular en Central Park

Espectacular dusk on Central Park

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Tomar el tren = Take the train

Tomar el tren = Take the train | Learn Spanish | Scoop.it

Yo tomo el tren para ir a trabajar

¿Ustedes toman el tren para ir a trabajar o caminan?

 

I take the train to go to work

Do you take the train or you walk?

 

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Contento / Triste. Happy / Sad

Contento / Triste. Happy / Sad | Learn Spanish | Scoop.it

¿Estás contento o estás triste?

Are you happy or are you sad?

 

We hope you are happy!

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Mecado ecológico = Eco market

Mecado ecológico = Eco market | Learn Spanish | Scoop.it

Cuando puedo me gusta comprar vegetales en mercados ecológicos.


When I can I like to buy vegetables in eco markets

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Hay = There is / there are in Spanish.

Hay = There is / there are in Spanish. | Learn Spanish | Scoop.it

- ¡Buenos días! ¿Hay bagels para desayunar? (Are there bagels for breakfast?)

- Sí, hay bagels (Yes, there are bagels)

 

- ¿Hay café? (Is there coffee?)

- Sí, hay café (Yes, there is coffee)

 

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Good = "Bueno" or "bien".

Good = "Bueno" or "bien". | Learn Spanish | Scoop.it

El arroz es bueno = Rice is good

El arroz sabe bien = Rice tastes good

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Fachada = Facade

Fachada = Facade | Learn Spanish | Scoop.it

Fachada = Facade - Fachadas elegantes en el Soho...

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¡Viva España! Spanish Cinema Now

¡Viva España! Spanish Cinema Now | Learn Spanish | Scoop.it

This series runs Dec 09 – Dec 22 at Film Society of Lincoln Center.

 

Spanish Cinema Now is one of the Walter Reade Theater’s longest-running series, first presented in October 1992. Since then, annual film production in Spain has moved from about 40 movies per year into the triple digits. Audiences in Spain are not only growing, they are considerably younger nowadays, while the links between Spanish and Latin American cinema are stronger than ever. Latin American actors, directors and technicians are enriching the Spanish industry, and co-productions are at an all-time high.

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Escalera mecánica = Escalator

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Desayunar = To have breakfast.

Desayunar = To have breakfast. | Learn Spanish | Scoop.it
Yo desayuno café, jugo de naranja y cereales con leche. Y ustedes, ¿qué desayunan? ¿Galletas? ¿Panqueques? ¿Fruta?...

 

I have coffee, orange juice and cereal with milk for breakfast. And you, what do you have for breakfast? Cookies? ¿Pancakes? ¿Fruit?...

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¡BIEN!

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¡BIEN! “Bien” is “Good” in English. But we can see the same root of the word “Bien” in English words like: - Benevolent = Benevolente - Benign = Benigno - Benefit = Beneficio - Beneficial =...
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De compras = Shopping

De compras = Shopping | Learn Spanish | Scoop.it

De compras = Shopping. Nueva York es una gran ciudad para ir de compras. New York is a great city to go shopping.

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Bilingual Youth: Language Demands of a Globalized Future

Bilingual Youth: Language Demands of a Globalized Future | Learn Spanish | Scoop.it
Who is more limited -- those who are growing up with two languages, both in formation, or those who only have access to one code? Many English Learners serve as "language brokers" for their families -- as well as for their teachers.
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Being bilingual has a lot of advantages, and important in the future.

 

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Lauren Zalaznick: The conscience of television

Un excelente análisis de la televisión y el comportamiento humano

An excelent analisis on television and human behavior

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Spanish Tips of the Week (List)

Spanish Tips of the Week (List) | Learn Spanish | Scoop.it

Do you know our Spanish Tips of the Week?

 

-Introducing yourself in Spanish
-Taking a taxi or other transportation in Spanish
-Street directions in Spanish
-Counting in Spanish
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This always helped me when I was learning spanish http://howtofixstuff.blogspot.com/2012/02/how-to-speak-spanish-tips.html
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My agenda 1 - Los días de la semana. Days of the week in Spanish

My agenda 1 - Los días de la semana. Days of the week in Spanish | Learn Spanish | Scoop.it
Learn how to remember the days of the week in Spanish...Days of the week in Spanish are easier to remember because they are related to planets like some English days (Monday – Moon):

Monday = Lunes – Luna (Moon)

Tuesday = Martes – Marte

Wednesday = Miércoles – Mercurio

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Managers look for bilingual employees to improve business prospects, poll of 493 employers shows

Managers look for bilingual employees to improve business prospects, poll of 493 employers shows | Learn Spanish | Scoop.it

"There is a growing appetite amongst employers for language-learning programs to aid effective internal and external communication, according to research commissioned by language training provider Rosetta Stone."

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Williamson County schools set sights on developing bilingual kids

Williamson County schools set sights on developing bilingual kids | Learn Spanish | Scoop.it

Director of Schools Mike Looney: “We want to make sure our graduates are globally competitive.” 

 

The state requires that high school students take two years of foreign language to graduate. Not surprisingly, Spanish is the most popular of the foreign languages offered.

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Comprando en la farmacia. Buying in the pharmacy in Spanish

Comprando en la farmacia. Buying in the pharmacy in Spanish | Learn Spanish | Scoop.it

Learn how to buy products in a pharmacy when you are in a Spanish speaking country.

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