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February 25, 2017
Spanish grammar exercises indefinido regular regular past indefinite in Spanish

Regular Past Indefinite in Spanish (ii)

In our last post, we learned how to conjugate and use the regular indefinite past in Spanish. As you learned, it is a very useful tense, […]
February 22, 2017

Semana Santa en Madrid

La Semana Santa de 2017 comienza el Domingo de Ramos (9 de abril) y termina el Domingo de Pascua (16 de abril). Nuestro programa cultural estará […]
February 21, 2017

El subjuntivo: expresar hipótesis

February 20, 2017
Spanish courses in Madrid with Tilde Madrid Spanish school

How to choose your Spanish courses in Madrid

Spanish is a language spoken by 567 million people in the world, whether as a native, second or foreign language. Spanish is the second language in […]
February 19, 2017
Spanish grammar exercises indefinido regular regular indefinite past tense in Spanish

Regular Indefinite Past in Spanish (I)

This grammar exercise will teach you how to conjugate and use the regular indefinite past in Spanish. The way to conjugate it is very easy. As […]
February 15, 2017
Spanish regular present tense -ir

Spanish regular present tense (-IR)

Spanish verbs are grouped in three categories called conjugations: verbs that end in -ar (trabajar, saltar…), verbs that end in -er (correr, leer…), and verbs that […]
February 13, 2017

Comparativos

February 12, 2017

Algo, algún, alguna vez

February 10, 2017
Spanish present tense of regular verbs -er

Spanish regular present tense (-ER)

The conjugation of verbs in Spanish is easier than it may seem. There are three groups of verbs (conjugations), and all the verbs within one group […]
February 6, 2017
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¡Menudo palo!

¡Menudo palito ha cogido Helio! La palabra “menudo” está encuadrada dentro del grupo de los intensificadores en el habla coloquial, esto es,  marcadores del discurso cuya […]
February 2, 2017
Spanish regular present tense -ar

Spanish regular present tense (-AR)

In order to speak about events in Spanish, one must know how to conjugate the verbs. In Spanish, the verbs are grouped in three categories: the […]
January 28, 2017

Olga aprendiendo español con Pilar en Tilde

Nuestros estudiantes en la Escuela de Español TILDE reciben un trato personalizado. Queremos que quienes nos visitan se sientan como en su propia casa y se […]
January 25, 2017
Spanish courses for adults in Madrid

Spanish courses for adults. Too old to learn?

Are you thinking about learning Spanish but you think you are too old to learn a new language? Do not hold back, it is never too […]
January 20, 2017

Gotas cayendo del hielo

(Las) Gotas = drops. (El) Hielo = ice Caer = to fall. Cayendo: gerundio irregular del verbo “caer”.
January 19, 2017

Los números árabes

January 18, 2017

Puerta del Sol se despierta

La Puerta del Sol es la plaza más céntrica de Madrid. Siempre la encontraréis llena de gente que va y viene excepto a primera hora de […]
January 17, 2017
Spanish irregular present tense g Spanish grammar exercise

Spanish irregular present tense (G)

There are many kinds of Spanish irregular present tense. Some of them change the ending of the verb in the conjugation, while others change some letters of […]
January 16, 2017

Una araña madrileña

Practica tus eñes. Repite: “Una araña madrileña, ¿de campaña tan pequeña?” – Araña = spider. – Madrileña = from Madrid. – De campaña = on a […]
January 16, 2017

Presente irregular: E > IE

January 13, 2017
Verbos presente irregular e-i

Presente irregular: E > I