It has been five and half years since my MIL and I took some Spanish classes at the Senior Center. Although we did learn some it was not what I expected. We never learned how to construct sentences as the teacher basically taught us a bunch of words. I even helped the teacher with some flash cards that he was using but was a bit outdated. I remember that I had benefited from doing all the cards while designing them. After being in the Dominican Republic, it was a struggle to conjugate sentences so that I can get the message across. Last Friday while volunteering at the library, I came across another Spanish English book that actually have day to day sentences that I could use. I have checked with another Senior Center but unfortunately the classes will resume in the fall. In the mean time, I will do some studying on my own and when my BFF Percy aka BFAM (brother from another mother) comes to visit in August, I will practice with him and hopefully he can teach me some easier way to communicate some day to day verses.
Feliz dia a todos los padres. Tenga un buen dia. Poner los pies en alto, relajarse y tomar una cerveza.