Charlestown Primary School

Learning Together in the 21st Century

Learning Spanish November 18, 2008

Filed under: People in School,School — charlestownprimary @ 2:28 pm

I think that Spanish is a great language to learn I think it is fun.   We play games and learn colours and numbers and we have Spanish every Tuesday in the afternoon and we have a laugh it is a great thing to learn.

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4 Responses to “Learning Spanish”

  1. Mr Gauld Says:

    I’m glad that your Spanish is going well and I would like you to let me know if you think that learning Spanish for the last four years has been worthwhile. Would you feel confident enough to try out your Spanish if you went to Spain? Would you be able to understand a speaker of Spanish? Do you think you will have a head start at high school when you start to learn Spanish? Let me know if you can.

  2. Mrs Clarke-Gauld Says:

    I think it’s really great you have the chance to learn Spanish (it’s much more exciting than French!). I used to teach in Spain and it’s very different to teaching in England. The children call you by your first name, which felt very odd! In all the schools I taught, they didn’t have to wear uniform, but they had to buy all their own books, pens, pencils and text books. They had to carry these huge rucksacs to keep them all in. My class used to like singing ‘There was an old man called Michael Finnigan’, but they didn’t understand what a chinigan was! Adios amigos!

  3. ALINE Says:

    I like spanish.

  4. vicky Says:

    Hola

    Escribo esto desde El Espinar, cerca de Madrid.

    Tengo 12 años.

    Me gustaría aprender inglés de verdad, no el de clase. A cambio puedo enseñaros cosas del español.

    Si quieres contactar conmigo, deja aqui tu e-mail.

    Bye.


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