Hispanis heritage, Two worlds, & Fall decor: Weekly Spanish Review

Updated: Jul 17, 2020

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Hello all and happy weekend!

This weekend has been glorious! We grilled out, watched a lot of football, and napped with the kitty cats! What else could a gal want?

It's so nice to take it easy on the weekends but now it's time to get ready for a full week ahead! The best way to do that is to plan out your days... like the days you'll exercises, the meals you'll cook, and the language sessions you'll get in! So to make it a little bit easier, here are some quick readings and questions you can plan out for the week!

If you've been following on our IG & FB weekly Spanish readings then this should all look very familiar to you! But, remember, there's questions with each reading included in our PDF version that you don't get on social media.

And, if you're not feeling lazy and are looking for an extra challenge, don't forget to check out this week's Spanish Vocab Vlog: Limpia y empaca conmigo and Lenguaje de la Vida Podcast Episode 15: Otoño con los gatos. Remember, there's a complete Spanish review/worksheet that goes along with all of our resources so you can follow along and enchance your skills!

As always... happy learning!


Click here to print your Weekly Guide Reading & Exercise Worksheet!

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How to level up on your Spanish?? Follow these steps!

1. Follow along for daily reading exercises & vocab lists on our Instagram or FacebookPage

2. Watch out for our weekly guide that comes out every Friday on our blog. Print it out as soon as you can!

3. Read the readings and complete the list of comprehension & personal questions given with each reading. I suggest 2-3 Spanish sentences for each question. (Translations included as well!)

4. Make sure to check out the new Spanish Vocab Vlog for the week where I go into more detail about what I've been up to! Vocab & questions included for this as well!


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