Congratulations on embarking in a journey to learn Spanish in Granada!

The amazing instructors in our Spanish school in Granada are ready to work with you! Never before has it ever been easier, or more fun, to learn Spanish in Granada in the most comfortable and yet effervescent environment. Check out our 6 tips of the day!

Tips to write a good text in Spanish6 Tips to Write Text in “Good” Spanish

1. Prepare your brain:

Write a list of descriptors in the Spanish “noun/adjective” order. This is a great way to condition your brain to think in Spanish and prepare ahead. It is also a handy list that you can use as an instant resource.

Examples are:

  • muchacha bonita (girl-beautiful), instead of “beautiful girl”
  • comida sabrosa (food-delicious), instead of “delicious food”
  • hermano mayor (brother-older), instead of “older brother”

Doing this quick mental workout will help you to write descriptions faster.

2. Choose verbs ahead of time

Since conjugation is tricky, always think ahead of time about your topic, write down the action verbs that you will be talking about, and conjugate them separately on a “cheat sheet”

  • Yo voy- Tú vas- Nosotros vamos (I go, you go, we go)
  • Yo como- Tú comes- Nosotros comemos (I eat, you eat, we eat)
  • Yo nadé- Tú nadaste- Nosotros nadamos (I swam, you swam, we swam)

3. Beginning, middle, and end!

Remember that every good event, story, or even gossip is best told in 3 simple sentences: the start, the middle, and the end. If you can tell something in those three easy steps, then you have a good, solid piece of complete information.

4. Do not forget both sets of punctuations (i!)

Spanish has beginning-and-end punctuation marks. Questions and exclamation sentences have their correspondent “initial” marks at the beginning and also at the end of statements. Keep a list of these symbols near you whenever you write and always write both marks when asking questions or writing exclamation sentences.

5. Use a lot of describing words

Keep a word bank of exciting words that substitute the usual “bueno,” “bien,” or “mal.”
Keep a Spanish thesaurus and you will learn new swap words that will spice up your vocabulary even more.

6. Talk about what you love

No matter in what language you write, there will be no stopping you in your technique when you love what you are writing about. Food, friends, fun, always stick to a topic that brings you passion. Take a look at our Spanish school in Granada and become our next student!