Learn Spanish with your family with our FREE “Making Friends” printable. Get the printable and listen to the native speaker audio to learn these six phrases in Spanish that you can use to make friends!
One TalkBox.Mom family asked our team of native Spanish speakers:
When would I use “busca” for “look“ and when is it more appropriate to use “mira”?
While in Lisbon, we lived next to a castle! We could walk by it whenever we wanted and learn all about the religious conflicts from that time period! It was an amazing experience living so close to such an incredible place filled with rich history! I could have totally used today’s phrase, “Let’s go on a walk,” while we were there. You might not live near a castle here in the United States 😜 but you can still use this phrase the next time you head out with your family!
Only a Mom would make sure to include a cleaning phrase while learning a foreign langue! Ha! I’m here for you, Mom. 😉 After all the fun has been had, use the phrase “We need to put this game away first,” before you move on to the next thing! It’s a great way to end your game time together.
Tell me… what is the WORST game to clean up?! 😜
“We will come back later.” The phrase every mom promises as they leave their kid’s best friend’s house! It’s hard to pull kids away from good friends and fun, but it’s just a part of life. Use this phrase the next time you have to soften the blow of having to leave a place your child doesn’t want to leave! Where would that be for one of your kids?
An affirming parent does wonders to a child’s emotions, right?! Although my boys can drive me crazy at times, at the end of the day, I am so thankful I get to be their mom. I want to speak love and positivity into their life and using the phrase, “You’re such a good boy,” is a great place to end our week of giving compliments. What was your favorite compliment from this week?
We live right across from our local library, and it has been so fun to follow the river to the library and check out new books! Of course, COVID changed that for a while, but we’re thankful to have it close by! This week’s phrases are all about reading together–probably one of the most popular past times of many families I know! To start of the week, use the phrase, “Would you like to read together?” the next time you are ready for reading time!