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It’s september so the weather is cooling down, but this are still pretty hot in Spark.   On Monday we have welcome drinks. On Tuesday we have a visit to Plaza de Toros where our students will enjoy Tapas and Drinks (More drinks? Yes more drinks, there’s always room for an extra glass of wine while on holiday) On Wednesday we have our conversation class for off and on site students alike. On Thursday we have A Visit to a Castle, which is always an interesting learning experience. To see our full schedule click Here

Top 5 Disney Songs to get you Learning Spanish

At SparkSpanish one of the guiding forces behind our Spanish Courses and programmes is to approach learning Spanish from a fresh new exciting angle.  Our classes and methodology are designed to inspire the learner to enjoy their learning experience.  We strive for our learners to first gain confidence in the language, then to express their true personality through it.  We nurture their learning process understanding that learning Spanish is an emotionally challenging experience. We like to use different methodology; this includes using songs, films, role plays and many more ways to get you to become more confident with the Spanish language.

We all have memories of watching Disney films when we were younger; and are probably still able to recall every word to our favourite songs; I know I can. But imagine if you could have a fun way of learning Spanish, and bringing back childhood memories. Well you’ve got it! Spark Spanish presents to you our top 5 Disney songs.. Do you agree? They all have the Spanish lyrics to make it that much easier for you to learn Spanish.

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**Vote for your favourite Spanish Disney Song, please also leave a comment below**

¿Cuál es la mejor canción de Disney en español?

1) El Rey León – El Ciclo de la Vida

2) Aladdin – Un Nuevo Ideal

3) La Sirenita – Bajo del Mar

4) Libro de la Selva – Busca Lo Más Vital

5.) Frozen – Sueltalo

Tell us what you think! Do you agree? Have we missed your favourite?

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Learn Padel in Spain with Spark Spanish

Padel is the fastest growing sport in the world and the second most played sport in Spain. It is always played in doubles on an enclosed court about half the size of a tennis court. The court is surrounded by walls which the ball can be played off and so the best way to describe the game is a cross between tennis and squash. The game is hugely enjoyable and very addictive and anyone who takes part will be sure to want to play again.

Padel is great for players of all ages and skills. It is quick and easy to pick up as it is less physically demanding than tennis and squash. Most players get the grasp of it within the first 20 minutes of playing and find it easy to achieve a level of proficiency so that they can enjoy it because the game is not as dominated by strength or technique. The serve in padel is under-arm and the balls and the scoring system is the same as tennis which makes the game less complicated.

The best padel players are generally from Argentina with Spaniards being the second best. See the pros playing below.

In our cultural event programme we sometimes include some Padel classes which will be completely in Spanish. Also on school tours we also offer the option of padel. It is fun activity no matter your sporting ability and provides a great scenario from practising Spanish and taking part in one Spain’s most popular sports.

Here is some key Padel vocabulary to help you get started and enjoy the game the way the Spanish do!

– Globo: Lob
– Red:
– Saque:
– Iquales:
– Mate:
– Bandeja:
Sliced volley

If you are interested in learning Spanish and trying out some padel when not check out a summer language holiday with us.

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Feliz Navidad desde Spark Spanish!

Yes it’s that time of year again! We are getting into the Christmas spirit here at Spark and we have created a special seasonal quiz. Test your knowledge of Christmas in Spain with these “nutcrackers”…

We recommend you watch our Christmas video where you will find some answers to the questions below!

Once you have finished or if you get stuck you can view the answers to our quiz.

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Need a little help? Check out our Spanish Lesson on Christmas in Spain.



1. ¿Qué día se abren los regalos de navidad tradicionalmente en España?

El 6 de enero. En España los regalos no se dan hasta el 6 de enero. Tiene un origen cristiano, ya que es el día que los 3 Reyes Magos llevaron sus regalos al niño Jesús.


2. ¿Cómo se le llama en España a ese señor viejito, gordo y vestido de rojo y blanco que nos trae regalos en Navidad?

Papá Noel. Aunque Papá Noel no es muy típico en España, cada vez más familias se dan, al menos un regalo, el día de Papá Noel.


3. ¿Qué reciben los niños tradicionalmente como regalo si han sido malos?

Carbón. Es muy típico en España que los padres digan a sus hijos que si no se portan bien sólo recibirán carbón el día de los Reyes Magos, aunque al final siempre reciban regalos.

4. ¿Qué se tiran desde las cabalgatas de reyes?

Caramelos. Se celebra el 5 de enero, un día antes del día de los Reyes Magos. Es un paseo en carroza que hacen los Reyes Magos para que los niños pueden verlos antes del día 6. Mientras pasean por la ciudad tiran caramelos a todos los niños.


5. ¿Qué se celebra el 28 de diciembre?

El día de los inocentes. Es un día para gastar bromas. Normalmente se pega un muñeco en la espalda de amigos y familiares sin que se den cuenta. El objetivo es que vayan a trabajar, a la calle, etc. con este muñeco en su espalda. Además se gastan muchos otros tipos de bromas.

6. ¿Qué comen los españoles cuando suenan las campanadas de fin de año?

12 uvas. Una uva por cada mes de año para traer suerte.

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