Practicing Spanish with songs is a great way to learn new words and phrases while having fun, and it’s even better if you do it with a song you are familiar with, as it is the case with “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” in Spanish. Continue reading “Spanish Christmas Song Lyrics: Santa Claus Llego a La Ciudad (Santa Claus is Coming to Town) – Learn Spanish with Songs”
Modern-day technology allows us to have a large variety of options when it comes to practicing Spanish, and using portable MP3 players is a practical way to incorporate additional hours of practice throughout the day.
Today we will take a look at a great way to practice Spanish through music. We are talking about Listening to songs in Spanish while reading the lyrics (in Spanish of course) and having translations in English available in case they’re needed.
There are many innovative ways to practice Spanish, and listening to songs in Spanish is an excellent alternative to improve our listening and comprehension skills while learning new words.
Listening to songs in Spanish also allows us to learn about the culture of other countries either in the present, or the past as with today´s song. It is a famous son that some people know as “Bessa me mucho”, but in reality the title is: “Besame Mucho” which translates as “Kiss me a lot” in English.
Today we are going to take a look at a song in Spanish to use as a tool to practice for beginners want to accelerate their learning process. The song we will review today is “Yerbatero” (“Medicine Man”). It is an interesting composition that talks about a man that cures all kinds of diseases including the pain caused by unrequited love.
But, who is Juanes?
Beginners who want to learn Spanish quickly must be creative and use several innovative study techniques in order to accelerate the learning process.
Today we will use music as a learning tool by translating the lyrics of “La Tortura” (The Torture) a rhythmic song that talks about a fight between a woman (the beautiful Colombian singer known as Shakira) and her cheating boyfriend (in this case the Spanish singer Alejandro Sanz). Let’s get started!
Finding creative ways to practice Spanish is an important tool for beginners who want to master the language quickly. Using music as a learning tool is a great way to incorporate Spanish into your daily life while learning new words and phrases and getting acquainted with the popular culture from other countries.
Today will take a look at the lyrics in Spanish of 3 popular love ballads.
There are many different ways to practice Spanish, and with a little creativity, possibilities tend to be endless. In today’s post will take a look at the popular Ricky Martin song known as Maria and we will use it as a tool to practice your comprehension skills while learning Spanish for beginners.
First, you will find a video with the song and the lyrics in Spanish. Click on play so you can hear the song as you scroll down to read the lyrics in Spanish and the translation of each sentence in English.
In this article we will review the meaning behind Eres lyrics in English and Spanish
This is a soft and beautiful song about loving someone else with all you’ve got.
Listen to it while reading the lyrics once, and then continue to listen for a few days without having the lyrics in front of you.
¡Hola! In this short post we will take a look at the Dímelo translation in English (Say it to me) by Enrique Iglesias.
A simple song with common Spanish words useful for beginners interested in learning Spanish.
First, you will find the video (we suggest you click “play” and the scroll down to read the translated lyrics while you listen).