Making a mistake is PERFECTO

Read this article in Spanish and put your Spanish in Action now! When a child is learning to walk and falls, the mother applauds and lifts him up. And once the child stops crying, he stands up again and advances at least a couple of steps closer to what he wants to grab. When a teenager goes to kiss for the first time, he is afraid of doing it wrong or right, but he does because his attraction to the other is so big that no fear stops him. When a man, or a woman, is learning to cook and burns himself, it means that the risk of fire did not inhibit him from his desire to experiment with flavors,… Read More »Making a mistake is PERFECTO


Equivocarse es perfecto

Cuando un niño está aprendiendo a caminar y se cae la madre lo aplaude y levanta. Y el niño una vez deja de llorar, se yergue de nuevo y avanza al menos un par de pasos más acercándose a lo que quiere agarrar. Cuando un adolescente va a besar por primera vez tiene temor de hacerlo mal o bien, pero lo hace porque su atracción por el otro es tal que no hay miedo que lo detenga. Son muchas las actividades, cotidianas y trascendentales, que hace un individuo para aprender las diferentes habilidades necesarias para desenvolverse en el mundo. Caminar, besar, cocinar son apenas tres verbos regulares de la primera conjugación (-AR) pero hay cientos más de este tipo, irregulares… Read More »Equivocarse es perfecto

Sexy, romantic, musical and universal. This is Spanish

Read this article in Spanish and put your Spanish in Action now! Each speaker may think his language is the most melodious, attractive or effective. Always tender to describe with positive values because it is difficult for someone not to love their most faithful contact tool, contact with themselves and with the environment, since childhood. It’s like loving yourself. However, some criteria and criticisms suggest that some languages are more beautiful than others, specifically taking about sound. Among the best scores are languages that prefer open syllables, which are those ending in vowel. If they do not end in a vowel, privilege fricative consonants, which are represented by f, z, y, s, and j (c and g in some contexts).… Read More »Sexy, romantic, musical and universal. This is Spanish