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When youre self-studying a language, you might find yourself spending hours sitting in front of a screen. This blog post outlines some suggestions for making language learning from home a bit more active. - follow my profile for more and visit my website

When youre self-studying a language, you might find yourself spending hours sitting in front of a screen. This blog post outlines some suggestions for making language learning from home a bit more active. - follow my profile for more and visit my website

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Spanish Adjective Song from Spanish the easy way! on TeachersNotebook.com -  (18 pages)  - Learn Spanish adjectives easily with a song!  Do you still find yourself singing the alphabet song when looking something up in a dictionary?  What about using a song or rhyme to remember which months have 30 or 31 days?  We all have learned this way!  An

Spanish Adjective Song from Spanish the easy way! on TeachersNotebook.com - (18 pages) - Learn Spanish adjectives easily with a song! Do you still find yourself singing the alphabet song when looking something up in a dictionary? What about using a song or rhyme to remember which months have 30 or 31 days? We all have learned this way! An

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Do you still find yourself singing the alphabet song when looking something up in a dictionary? What about using a song or rhyme to remember which months have 30 or 31 days? We all have learned this way! And what’s more... we still remember it as adults! That’s because it works! Now you can teach Spanish this way too! This song is a quick and easy way to teach the basic food vocabulary taught in Spanish 1. The song is sung to the tune of 'Do Your Ears Hang Low' and both the Spanish

Do you still find yourself singing the alphabet song when looking something up in a dictionary? What about using a song or rhyme to remember which months have 30 or 31 days? We all have learned this way! And what’s more... we still remember it as adults! That’s because it works! Now you can teach Spanish this way too! This song is a quick and easy way to teach the basic food vocabulary taught in Spanish 1. The song is sung to the tune of 'Do Your Ears Hang Low' and both the Spanish

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