Next Saturday

Today, Saturday 30th March, I realized it´s better to double-check my classes arrangements with students using both languages if needed (first and foreign language). I had scheduled a lesson with three students at 10 am only to find out, when the time arrived, that the […]

make vs. do

These two verbs are often confused by Spanish speakers because both are translated as “hacer”, a verb which has more than one meaning and use in Spanish. Here are the differences between these two verbs: MAKE I managed to make a good presentation for tomorrow´s […]