Spanish conversartion classes 2014

January 25th, 2014 @


Welcome to our January News. I hope you all have had a great Christmas and New Year’s break.

We are starting our Conversation Spanish classes in January/February 2014.

• We have Spanish conversation classes: beginners, intermediate and advance levels.
• We teach small groups, making easy the interaction between students
• We pay attention you own learning needs
• Each session gives you the opportunity to take an active part in Spanish conversation play rolls
• We based our teaching and learning process in real life situations.
• So that you are prepared to establish a conversation with Spanish speakers with real confidence
• We give you listening exercises to train you ability to understand easily Spanish speakers.
• Each session will have plenty of oral, listening and reading exercises.
• At AnasClassroom – we can tutor you from the comfort of your own home. Call us on 020 8951 5868 to find out more”.

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GCSE Spanish oral examinations. The roll play.

January 25th, 2014 @

GCSE Spanish oral examinations. The roll play.
Are you ready for your Spanish exams? I am sure you have dedicated study time at school and at home to get the desired A or A+
Here some tips to remember
1. Listen carefully to the question
2. Answer it in one complete sentence. Give some sort of explanation
3. If you did not hear properly the question you can always ask your teacher to repeat it once more (¿Puedes repetir por favor?)
4. Fill confident and your efforts will be rewarded.

Let’s do a bit of practice with a role play. Your teacher will play the part of your friend and will speak first.

You are speaking to your Spanish friend about your summer holiday

Teacher : ¿Qué haces este verano?
Student : Este verano voy a ir de vacaciones a Barcelona con mis amigas Sarah y Liz
Teacher: ¿Para cuanto tiempo?
Student : Bueno, vay a ir por dos semanas.
Teacher: ¿Cómo vas a viajar ?
Student : Voy a viajar en avión, en Eassyjet.
Teacher : Muy bien
Student : ¿A ti te gustan las vacaciones ?
Teacher: Si, muchisimo.

To find other students in the UK check this UK Student Directory

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who needs Spanish GCSE extra support

December 14th, 2013 @

At we have been running the Spanish GCSE support classes for more that 5 years and with good success. Make your dream come true.

This support now we give it online via SKYPE so that there is not need for you to move from the comfort of your home or allocate time and effort in travelling. These online sessions are very effective because are very focus in the students individual GCSE Spanish needs.

Many students feel lack of the confidence to tackle the speaking and writing tasks or need more practice and individual guidance on how to tackle the exams papers What ever the needs of each student here at Anasclassrom .com we give, our students, this extra one-to-one Spanish GCSE support to make a real difference between one grade and other.

Book a free 15 minutes session of Spanish GCSE support or call us at 0208 951 5868.

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September 16th, 2011 @
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August 18th, 2011 @


Good morning and welcome to Ana’sclassroom A-level results blog. today it’s a crucial day for students, teachers and parents across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

According to the results published on today Thursday 18 August, for 250,000 candidates in England, Northern Ireland and Wales the overall pass rate has risen for the 29th successive year.

This year, 8.2% of boys have achieved an A*, up from 7.9% last year, while girls’ performance has dipped from 8.3% to 8.2%.

There has been an increase in entries for maths, biology, chemistry and physics. Maths entries have risen dramatically, up 40.2% over five years. Entries for physics are up 19.6% over five years and chemistry up 19.4% over that period.

Foreign languages continued to decline. Entries for French are down 4.7% on last year and German down 6.9%. The number of entries for A-level Spanish and Chinese are up on last year.

Here is the story of Grace McKelvey, 18, who is going to Girton College, Cambridge, to study Spanish and Portuguese. She got A*s in French and Spanish and an A in history. She says she has always loved languages and she didn’t specifically target Oxbridge, but it happened to be the best course for her. “As part of the application process, I had four interviews and had to do an exam,” she says. “I had two interviews before Christmas and I was pooled, then Girton fished me out and I went for further interviews in January, where they were talking in Spanish. I thought the first set of interviews went better than second, but it was obviously the other way round.”

The A* grade was introduced last year, and is being used to discriminate between the best candidates at an increased number of universities this year. Oxford is demanding the grade for 15 of its courses, while students applying for some courses at Bristol, Exeter and Sussex have been asked for it.

It has been reported that David Willetts, the universities minister, has said that pupils who have taken “traditional” A-levels such as maths and foreign languages should take precedence in the race for university places.


August 18th, 2011 @

About 690,000 pupils from England, Wales and Northern Ireland received their GCSE results today and the pass rate rose for the 23rd year in a row.
The number of students taking foreign languages has dropped by a third since the government made them optional at GCSE six years ago. The decline of French has been striking; it has nearly halved to just over 170,000 entries compared with more than 300,000 in 2004, and fell out of the top 10 most popular subjects this year.
Spanish appears poised to overtake German at GCSE; with the numbers taking it rising to over 67,000 while German entries have fallen to around 70,000 this year. The numbers taking Mandarin, Portuguese and Polish have also risen, with the last thought to be fuelled by the increase in the number pupils who are children of recent Polish migrants.


August 3rd, 2011 @

SPANISH GCSE- carta a un amigos desde Barcelona
Lee mi carta y subraya las preposicones Luego enviame tu carta respuesta at y cuentame que estas haciendo este verano?

Hoy es 4 de agosto y mi estoy en Barcelona pasando las vacaciones del verano con mi familia. Llegamos hace cinco días. Barcelona es una ciudad muy grande y bonita y en esta época del ano hay muchos turistas de todas partes del mundo, franceses, rusos, ingleses, alemanes, chilenos, brasileños, sudafricanos, australianos, de Qatar, de India, etc.

A mi me encanta Barcelona porque siempre hace mucho calor y tiene toda clase de diversiones. Por ejemplo, tiene playas que están muy cerca de la ciudad, basta con caminar desde la plaza Cataluña hacia las Ramblas hasta el final y allí en el Paseo Marítimo hay muchas cafeterías todas tan cerca de las playas. Por la tarde cuando el sol baja un poco uno puede pasear por las calles de Barcelona, visitar las tiendas, las galerías de arte o la arquitectura de Gaddi y la Sagrada Familia. Por las noches, hay muchos restaurantes que preparan platos deliciosos de carne o pescado. También hay clases salsa y flamenco y también tiene muchas discotecas que tienen mucho ambiente.

Y si quieres disfrutar de días mas tranquilos y del aire libre puedes ir a la afueras de Barcelona al campo donde hay pequeños valles rodeados de colinas donde se puede montar a caballo o la bicicleta, tomar fotos y descansar del ruido de la ciudad.
Mañana iremos a Porto ventura un parque de atracciones a las afueras de Barcelona.
Luego te escribiré.

Mientras tanto tú puedes escríbeme sobre lo que estas haciendo en estas vacaciones? Donde estas? Y si estas con tu familia con tus amigos? Mi correo electrónico es


August 3rd, 2011 @


Preposiciones A, EN, DE, CON
Hoy vamos a referirnos a cuatro de las más frecuentes preposiciones en español y junto a cada una he puesto su equivalente en términos generales en ingles.

A (To)
CON (with)
DE (from and of)
EN (at, in, on, by)

Preposiciones A, EN, DE, CON y sus usos: (These prepositions have the following uses)

1. Dirección (Direction)
Luis va a la oficina

2. Tiempo (Time)
A las dos salgo de clase

1. Compañía (Company)
Estoy con �l
2. Instrumento (Instrument)
�l escribe con bolígrafo azul

1. Procedencia (Provenance)
Pepe viene de clase
Luis es de España

2. Tiempo (Time)
? Que hora es? Son las dos de la tarde

3. Propiedad (Property)
El libro de español es de Georgina

4. Materia (Material)
La mesa es de madera.

1. Lugar donde se esta (Place where we are)
Estamos en Barcelona por cinco días.

2. Dentro de (Inside)
Las llaves están en mi bolso

3. Medio de transporte (Means of transport)
Voy a clase en metro

4. Tiempo (Time)
En verano hace calor en Madrid

The Spanish Language and the Nobel Prize in Literature 2010

October 10th, 2010 @

The Nobel Prize 2010 in Literature and the Spanish language as a modern language of the XXI

Mario Vargas Llosa Peruvian writer has won the Nobel Prize 2010 in Literature. Author of many novels, essays and plays.
Read the comments below written in Spanish practice your reading and comprehension skills.

Mario Vargas Llosa escritor peruano ha sido premiado con el Nobel en Literatura 2010. Es el ultimo de once escritores Hispanoamericanos que ha recibido este premio. Varga Llosa es autor de ‘La ciudad y los Perros’; ‘Pantelon y los visitadores’ y otras mas novelas y ensayos . El premio Nobel en literatura 2010 reconoce a la lengua Espanola como una lengua moderna y en expansion y un gran medio de comunicacion , de cultura, y de creacion artistic y literaria.

Vargas Llosa ha explicado en una entrevista en directo en el TD2 de Televisión Española “Para mí la llamada de la Academia sueca una sido una sorpresa muy grata y desde entonces no sé dónde estoy, ni quién soy, con tantas entrevistas que me hacen y tantas llamadas de amigos que recibo desde todas partes”

Pica qui para ver una corta entrevista.

Vargas Llosa: ’El Nobel ha sido una sorpresa, pero desde entonces no sé quién soy ni dónde estoy’

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October 6th, 2010 @