Tuesday 30th October 2018 – Day 30 of Blogtober

Hola a todos,

This martes, I have an important announcement to make. From now on, the Español lessons will be uploaded bi-weekly as opposed to weekly.

I will continue this until Christmas. After Christmas, the Learn Spanish posts will make a special appearance intermittently for fiestas, such as Easter Vocab, Spring Vocab, Summer Vocab, etc!

I am really sorry if this disappoints anybody, but it’s becoming very difficult to think of topics weekly. It’s getting beyond the capabilities of possible through just a blog post. After all, it’s always just a complimentary piece of information to work alongside other forms of learning.

Plus, it had a good run! We’re up to 25 weeks now which is over double what most Learn Spanish books offer! Which also charge around £20! Not to mention how much it would have been for 25 lessons!

If you have any ideas of things you’d like to know in Spanish before Christmas, please use the form and let me know!

Anyway, Feliz Halloween! 

As Halloween is tomorrow, I thought it would tie in nicely to get some Halloween vocabulary sorted ready to get you chatting about the fiesta!

Halloween Vocabulary

La araña

La bruja

El brujo

El duende

La calabaza

La casa embrujada
Haunted house. 

El diablo

El esqueleto

El disfraz

Los caramelos

El fantasma

El hechizo

La magia

La máscara

El murciélago
A bat

Truco o Trato
Trick or treat. 

Phrases about Halloween

Mucha gente tiene mucho miedo de las arañas
A lot of people are scared to death of spiders

¿Estás bien? ¡Estás súper pálido!
Are you OK? You’re as white as a ghost!

Las chicas hacían rabiar a su hermana diciéndole que los monstruos existían de verdad.
The girls wound their sister up by telling them that monsters were real.

Este año me voy a disfrazar de una bruja.
This year I’m going to dress up as a witch.

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Next time –  13th November 2018 – At the Airport
Last week –   23rd October 2018 – Movie Vocabulary

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Hasta luego,

This guide is a free blog series. This information has been picked up by practising speaking with locals in the Comunidad Valenciana area. Any resemblance to any book, guide or learning Spanish resources, is purely coincidental. This guide is not intended as a substitute for other resources or teaching. This guide does not guarantee fluency in Spanish.

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Hola! I'm Lauren ("Loh - run") — A twenty-something, engaged, English girl living on the Costa Blanca, obsessed with travel, love and elephants.

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