Elsa Valbuena

Información sobre el autor

Nombre: Elsa Valbuena
Fecha de registro: 1 agosto, 2020
URL: https://www.linkedin.com/in/elsa-valbuena-miro/

Entradas más recientes

  1. La Mercè Festival — 23 septiembre, 2021
  2. San Juan — 23 junio, 2021
  3. 6 common mistakes in Spanish — 30 abril, 2021
  4. Sant Jordi — 23 abril, 2021
  5. La primavera en español — 9 abril, 2021

Listado de entradas del autor


Easter in Spain: Mona de Pascua

Easter (“Pascua”) is an important time in the Spanish holiday calendar. After looking back on the passion, death and resurrection of Jesus during the Holy Week (“Semana Santa”), Easter is a joyful and sweet celebration. Even though the tradition varies slightly in each region, Easter is mostly celebrated by eating the “Easter cake”, which in …

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How to follow the Dime blog

follow Dime Feedly

Did you know that we create content in our blog every week? You can check our weekly posts in our social media channels, but today we present you with a tool you can use to follow our blog and any other feeds you’re interested in, all in one place: Feedly. Feedly is a news aggregator, …

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Expresar continuidad en español

expresar continuidad español

It’s been almost a year since many things changed due to the pandemic. However, some may have remained the same, whether it’s a morning yoga routine or walking the dog. Today we’ll learn how to express continuity in Spanish. Seguir + gerund Continuar + gerund The verbs “seguir” and “continuar” have a meaning in common, …

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El Carnaval en España

carnaval España

It’s “Carnaval” week! This celebration takes place every year between February and March, and it fills the streets with colors and music in a very cheerful atmosphere. Even though this year most events have been cancelled due to the pandemic, let’s take a look at what you’ll hopefully be able to see next year. “Carnaval” …

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Propósitos de año nuevo

propósitos año nuevo

January is almost over, which means that some of you may have already set some new year’s resolutions for 2021. Spanish people do so too, usually on topics like sport, saving money or taking up a new hobby. Let’s see how we can express new year’s resolutions in Spanish!   Me gustaría + infinitivo Is …

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