Cinco canciones para aprender español

Cinco canciones para aprender español

Todos sabemos que estudiar un idioma puede ser a veces un poco pesado o aburrido. Para combatir ese aburrimiento y mantener la motivación, tenemos que innovar e introducir ejercicios novedosos y divertidos. Pues bien, nada mejor que escuchar canciones e intentar entender o traducir su significado.
A continuación, vamos a presentar cinco canciones que muestran un español claro para que el alumno pueda practicar con ellas:

  1. Manu Chao. Me gustas tú. Esta canción es de muy fácil comprensión y nos servirá para aprender o repasar cómo expresar gustos o preferencias. Sería para niveles a partir del A1. Enlace: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v2oIqlEkX5s
  2. Mecano. Hoy no me puedo levantar. Un clásico de la música española que por su ritmo lento y su buena pronunciación el estudiante podrá seguir. Útil para recordar las partes del cuerpo y presentar un vocabulario / expresiones selectas. A partir del nivel A1. Enlace: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KEK-A2PLujE
  3. Amaral. Mis amigos. Una canción muy animada que nos ayudará a practicar los diferentes tiempos verbales y un vocabulario selecto. A partir del nivel A2. Enlace: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2oDnJQaHWZ4
  4. Joan Manuel Serrat. Poco antes de que den las diez. Magnífica canción del catautor catalán para practicar el futuro y recordar otros elementos gramaticales. Nivel A2. Enlace: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWOdDCiY6xU
  5. Danza invisible. Sabor de amor. Seguimos con una canción útil para aumentar el vocabulario de la alimentación y para mejorar la comprensión del español. A partir del B1. Enlace: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MM7ah4ppM9M
Esta ha sido mi selección de canciones. Como se puede ver, he intentado que sea variada y de distintos niveles. Espero que os guste y que la disfrutéis.
Un saludo para todos.
2018년 10월 25일
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Helloooo!! My name is Antonio from Spain. I am a professional Spanish teacher with 5 years of teaching experience. Moreover, I am a Classical Philology graduate, but what is it? It means that I studied classical Latin and Greek. Why is that important? my knowledge in such matters make me an ideal candidate to work as a Spanish teacher. Latin is the mother tongue to the Spanish language we speak nowadays, and that is why my knowledge about Spanish phonetics, morphology and syntax are not limited to their mere understanding and knowledge, they extend to their origin and evolution. In other words, I can teach Spanish because I know the language itself and its origin. On top of that, both Latin and Greek have contributed a huge amount of vocabulary both to Spanish and to English (around 60 %). That is why I can infer endless syntactic structures and words. Last but not least, I am a native speaker of Spanish, and consequently, naturally competent in Spanish. Besides, you can also see I have a master degree in teaching. This master degree enables me to gain insight into my students' psychologies, to apply study techniques, to motivate them in order to meet their highest expectations. So let's go!! I am looking forward to teaching you!!
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Helloooo!! My name is Antonio from Spain. I am a professional Spanish teacher with 5 years of teaching experience. Moreover, I am a Classical Philology graduate, but what is it? It means that I studied classical Latin and Greek. Why is that important? my knowledge in such matters make me an ideal candidate to work as a Spanish teacher. Latin is the mother tongue to the Spanish language we speak nowadays, and that is why my knowledge about Spanish phonetics, morphology and syntax are not limited to their mere understanding and knowledge, they extend to their origin and evolution. In other words, I can teach Spanish because I know the language itself and its origin. On top of that, both Latin and Greek have contributed a huge amount of vocabulary both to Spanish and to English (around 60 %). That is why I can infer endless syntactic structures and words. Last but not least, I am a native speaker of Spanish, and consequently, naturally competent in Spanish. Besides, you can also see I have a master degree in teaching. This master degree enables me to gain insight into my students' psychologies, to apply study techniques, to motivate them in order to meet their highest expectations. So let's go!! I am looking forward to teaching you!!
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