Posted by Lorren on December 2, 2015
I hope that everything has been going well for you. Life has been busy for me, as I’m sure that it has been for you.
One of the things that I’ve been doing over the last few years is relearning some of the languages that I learned a long time ago. A lot of people in the United States like to learn Spanish. It’s the second most spoken language in this country, so I can see why. Spanish was actually the fourth language that I studied. Anyway, I’ve been relearning Spanish, as well as German and Russian, lately. After I learned the basics, I started reading Spanish books and magazines, like Divergente and Los Juegos del Hambre.
I’ve found that one of the best ways to learn a language, after you have learned the basics of a language, is to actually use the language. One of the things that I like to do sometimes is word puzzles. If you do a search, a lot of the puzzles that you find for Spanish learners are meant for kids. I thought that perhaps we could do better. So I made this word search with some Spanish Christmas words. Since I’m making this for Spanish learners, I included the translation, and in many cases, I also included the gender.
Here’s a preview of the puzzle: