"Para mejorar la ortografía"

Estimados Estudiantes, “Haber es un verbo, “A ver” es sinónimo de mirar “Haver” NO existe.   “Hay” es de “Haber. “Ahí” es un lugar “Ay” es una exclamación “Ahy” NO existe. “Haya” es del verbo haber “Halla” es sinónimo de encontrar. “Allá” es un lugar “haiga” NO existe. “Iba” es del verbo ir. “Iva” es el… More Information


    Si no sabes la diferencia entre “Ves” y “Vez” Es porque siempre ves la televisión y rara vez abres el libro. ¿Ya lo ves? ¿Lo repito otra vez? ¡Espero les ayude en la ortografía!  

La Catedral de Cuernavaca

  La Catedral de Cuernavaca Roman Catholic cathedral church of the Diocese of Cuernavaca, located in the city of Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico. The church and its surrounding monastery is one of the early 16th century monasteries in the vicinity of the Popocatepetl volcano, built initially for evangelization efforts of indigenous people after the Spanish conquest… More Information

Benefits of a Teen - Child - Study Abroad

Benefits of a Teen – Child – Program   Making Friends Traveling to Cuernavaca, your kids are almost guaranteed to make friends. those friends will speak Spanish. meriah nichols mexico-33 Learning About Different Places When you travel, you learn. Traveling around Mexico and your kids will learn first hand about the pyramids of Teotihuacan, about… More Information

Ideas to practice your Spanish once you are back home

    1.Write in Spanish Every Day. Don´t think it. Ink it! Writing is a highly engaging exercise for the mind, regardless of the language you write in. Writing is essentially putting thoughts on paper, so imagine if you were to practice writing in Spanish for just 5-10 minutes every day. What if you can’t… More Information

Packing Tips for your trip to Cuernavaca

PACKING TIPS   PACK LIGHT!!! Leave room in your bag to bring home treasures from Mexico. You should take comfortable, easy-care, mix and match layerable clothing (light slacks, jeans, t-shirts, lightweight shirts, skirts and tops). In general, Mexicans are a bit more conservative in dress than Americans and more attentive to the condition of their… More Information

Field Study Tours

ASLI – Spanish Language Institute  is world famous for its field study tours. These trips to historical, archeological, and cultural sites give students an understanding of both Mexico’s history and current events. You will learn about Mexico’s contributions to art, food, language, architecture, religion and government. Trips are held in the afternoons, after Spanish class,… More Information

Spanish is officially the happiest language in the world

 “Spanish is officially the happiest language.” Around 100,000 of the most frequently used words – uttered and written on Twitter and TV, in song lyrics, the New York Times and movie titles – across the world’s ten most popular languages were analysed by researchers at the University of Vermont’s Computational Story Lab. (read more) We all… More Information

La Catrina – Day of the Dead

José Guadalupe Posada’s work has steadily gained popularity with art lovers and Día de los Muertos celebrators alike. He is especially known for his calaveras images of whimsical skeletons. Posada, born in 1852 in the Mexican state of Aquascalientes, began his career as a teacher of lithography. In 1887, he moved to Mexico City where… More Information

Día de los Muertos en México

Fiesta Dia de Muertos, Day of the Dead celebrated between October 31st and November 2nd, is a celebration in which Mexicans remember and honor their deceased loved ones. Though it may sound gloomy or morbid, it’s not. It’s a festive and colorful holiday. Mexicans visit cemeteries, decorate the graves and spend time there – in the… More Information


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