Free Medical Terminology in Spanish: Medical Spanish Glossary download

Medical Terminology in Spanish

This glossary of medical terminology in Spanish includes terms in these categories: cardiology, dental, dermatology, diabetes, diseases and conditions, ENT, gastroenterology, geriatrics, gynecology, mental health, neurology, optometry, oncology, orthopedics, pediatrics, radiology, respiratory, stroke, surgery, and urology. It’s a fantastic listing of high frequency medical words in Spanish. Get your copy for free today! Here is a sample of […]

How to become a certified medical interpreter

How to Become a Certified Medical Interpreter

The Necessary Qualifications and Your Options for Becoming a Certified Medical Interpreter in the United States The United States Government (through the US Department of Health and Human Services) has defined the standards for culturally and linguistically appropriate healthcare in order to “advance health equity, improve quality, and help eliminate health care disparities by providing […]

Spanish Valentine's Day Lesson Plan

Spanish Valentine’s Day Lesson Plan

Spanish Valentine’s Day Lesson Plan and Activities The Spanish Valentine’s Day lesson plan is a great authentic resource that talks about the history of this holiday and how it is celebrated throughout Mexico and Latin American. From 3rd century Rome, through medieval times, to this modern age of technology; Valentine’s Days is celebrated around the world. […]

Top 10 Spanish Songs to learn Spanish Grammar

Top 10 Spanish Songs to Learn Spanish Grammar

Top 10 Spanish Songs to learn Spanish Grammar Lesson Plan for Teachers Learning Spanish can be fun, especially when you incorporate pop culture songs into learning. These are the top 10 Spanish songs, Latin American hits, paired with a grammar focus. This activity allows students to connect the grammar topics they are learning in class […]

Free Ser vs. Estar Spanish Grammar Lesson

Ser vs. Estar Spanish Grammar Lesson

Spanish Grammar Lesson: Ser vs. Estar ¡APRENDE! Learn the difference in uses between the Spanish verbs SER and ESTAR that both mean “to be” ¡MEMORIZA! Memorize this acronym- SHARPEN the EDGES so you know when to use Ser and when to use Estar ¡PRACTICA! Practice your new knowledge by completing the exercises in the free Cheat […]