An awkward encounter ensues between Morena and Yago in the garage. However, with the combination of characters congregating inside the mansion, more dramatic confrontations are surely on the horizon.
Guillermina and Candelario enjoy the afternoon sailing on a boat. Grandpa talks about the importance of learning to laugh at yourself. Guillermina will soon have the chance to prove that she can follow her wise grandpa's advice.
Raquel and Marisa give us tips on how to make a reservation at a restaurant in Spanish.
Carolina, a Venezuelan Spanish teacher, teaches us the difference between the Spanish verbs, "mirar" (to look at/watch), "ver" (to see) and "buscar" (to look for) and gives us examples of sentences in which they might be found.
Natalia takes us on a tour the beautiful San Pablo Lake in northern Ecuador, explaining to us about its many natural, sporting and leisure attractions.
As an introduction to our lesson about accentuation, Carlos explains some different ways in which the word "accent" may be used.
Karen gives us a quick tour of the Museum of Mexican History in Monterrey, Mexico, including exhibits spanning from the Pre-Hispanic Era to more modern times.
Lida and Cleer fight in court for custody of their shared dog, Sinus.
Jorge Celedon is a Colombian singer specializing in the Colombian folk genre, vallenato. In "Me gustas mucho" [I Like You a Lot], he sings about his affection for a girl with beautiful eyes.
Did you ever wonder where olive oil comes from and how it is made? Rosa will show us the whole process and tell us about the different kinds of olive oil in Spain.
In addition to the intensive summer Spanish courses offered at El Aula Azul (The Blue Classroom) language school, students also have access to a variety of supplemental activities including music and horseback riding classes.
A young woman who can't find her phone sits on a park bench to rifle through her purse. As she explores its contents, a nice guy sitting next to her tries to help her find the device.
Lola and Ana are two friends who share an apartment in Spain. Much to Lola's surprise, one day, Ana brings her a letter with news of an unexpected suitor from abroad.
Carlos gives us an overview of the coronavirus, including its origin and some of the most utilized terminology associated with this illness which, in just a few months' time, has become an unprecedented global pandemic.
Natalia Barahona (Venezuela/Chile) is a singer-songwriter with many years of experience in musical genres ranging from folklore to modern. Her work is recognized on alternative networks in America and Europe, such as Bandcamp and Spotify.
"Depende" [It Depends], the first single from Jarabe de Palo's album of the same name, was an international hit upon its 1998 release. Inspired by the success of their first record, frontman Pau once again demonstrated his group's musical and poetic creativity.
Artists Indira Amarí and José David Arcila from Venezuela and Colombia, respectively, combine their singing/songwriting talents on the beautiful collaboration, "Siénteme" [Feel Me]. Don't forget to check out their repertoires on the major digital platforms.
Musician and songwriter, Jorge Garcia, leads the band, Suena Disco. Their single, Temblor, featuring guest artist, Itzia Aranda, incorporates electronic music from Guadalajara with a tropical flare.
This instructive video will teach you how to use the Yabla video player's basic control buttons to perform such functions as fast forwarding, rewinding, controlling a video's speed, and more in order to take full advantage of Yabla's unique learning platform.
Singer-songwriter Luis Guitarra teaches us to count with our fingers, some cute stuffed animals, and a catchy tune!
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