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The 10 post most seen of our Christmas vocabularies in Spanish

There have been many Christmas times since the Practica Español website is in the WWW. We know it’s a vacation period and we understand students of Spanish also want to take a break. Some, however, are so eager to learn or continue to learn words, expressions and phrases in Spanish, work on these dates even more. For everyone, and especially for them, we have compiled some of our post related to Christmas. There are ten and they are the Christmas posts most seen. Don’t miss them!

Just start the month of December we put the Christmas tree with 100 words as we thought it was a good activity to decorate it together with balls, bows and all kinds of figures, a symbol of advent dates:


Besides, we talk about Christmas with 31 words, the words most repeated in Spanish:


We tell you where this red plant – also yellow and even white – from, that the florists sell especially at this time and which is called “Flor de Navidad” or “Flor de Nochebuena” and also “Flor de Pascua” (poinsettia). It’s a wild Mexican plant whose origins go back to pre-Hispanic times:


With the question-answer scheme, we insist on the future value of the present of the verb ‘ir’, followed by the preposition ‘a’ plus infinitive in the post named 13 sentences to go to celebrate Christmas, because we all make plans of who we are going with to eat or dinner, everything we are going to do with the holidays and what dishes we are going to cook at around this time.


And we consider how to practice with the present subjunctive of the verb ‘comprar’ (to buy) since these are dates in which consumption increases because we make gifts and consume many more foods, including sweets, than at other times of the year:


Then, we wanted to be curious and practice prepositions and adverbs of place, mode, time, quantity… in question-answer mode:


We continue talking about Christmas with the verb in subjunctive mood taking advantage of some of its peculiarities as for example the crowds in stations and airports, family reunions, congratulations…


Of course, we talk about food and, specifically, about how to make a good ‘consomé’ (consommé):


And also, we talk about table of Christmas in Spanish and its typical dishes and its special desserts:


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