Berges Institute just turned 4! In light of the occasion, let’s take a look back at the 10 most popular posts published in La Eñe. (Many of them were actually posted before it was called “La Eñe”!) Here they are!
Flamenco, salsa, tango, bachata and ranchera. For each genre, we recommended some artists/albums. You might want to re-read this post and discover new music (sung in Spanish, of course!)
This post got a lot of visits when it was first published. The 5 common mistakes that we hoped this post would help fix were: dropping the “personal a”, translating at as a, using quedar instead of quedarse, making the nouns programa, sistema and problema femenine, and using preguntar por or pedir por instead of just using pedir. If you’ve made any of these mistakes recently, you might want to read this post again!
Do you always use ser and estar correctly? Most people don’t… Is it estoy or soy enfermo? What about feliz? Check out this post, it might shed some light on the use of these two verbs!
In this post, we recommended ten great movies in Spanish. How many have you seen? As you probably know, watching movies/TV in Spanish is a great way to improve your listening skills and vocabulary, so take a look at the list and try to find some of them and get some popcorn!
As you probably know, por and para are tricky. If you are not comfortable using them, read this post, try to write some examples for each use, and then try to take this quiz. It will help you a lot!
In this very old post (2013!) we explained (or at least tried to) how our teaching methodology works. If you’ve taken classes with us, you already know. If you haven’t, well, here are some examples!
Students often find reflexive verbs complicated. In this text, some common reflexive verbs are used in the present, pretérito perfecto, and pretérito imperfecto tenses. Can you explain your daily routine using those three tenses?
Here are 10 fantastic songs by 10 amazing artists. If you like them, try to find the lyrics, print them out, learn them, and sing along!
Have you seen any of them? Narcos’ new season is round the corner! Also, Velvet is a students’ favorite. Find out which one is your favorite and treat yourself to some binge-watching sessions!
As you probably know, there are some fantastic apps out there that are very useful to reinforce your second language skills. Duolingo is great, and so is WordReference! Have you already tried them all?