September 6, 2021 by admin
Speaking the same language bonds people like nothing else. Except, perhaps a good slice of pizza.. or a yummy scoop of Gelato. The point being, more languages you understand, more inclusive you become.
In this world where human beings stand more divided than ever, inclusiveness is what kids ought to be taught.
What better way to teach children to celebrate differences than teaching them the basics of a different language!
With 329 million native speakers, Spanish ranks as the world’s No. 2 language in terms of how many people speak it as their first language, according to Ethnologue.
It is slightly ahead of English (328 million) but far behind Chinese (1.2 billion).
Spanish is part of the Indo-European family of languages, which are spoken by more than a third of the world’s population. (Other Indo-European languages include English, French, German, the Scandinavian languages, the Slavic languages and many of the languages of India.)
To the people who speak it, Spanish is sometimes called español and sometimes castellano (the Spanish equivalent of “Castilian”). The labels used vary regionally and sometimes according to political viewpoint. Spanish is one of the world’s most phonetic languages.
If you know how a word is spelled, you can almost always know how it is pronounced – which makes it ideal to be taught here at theworksheets.com. Spanish and English share much of their vocabulary through cognates – which even simplifies learning for an English speaker. So here’s to you!!
Presenting you with a list of Spanish worksheets for Beginners. Espero que lo disfrutes!