Spanish


Considered by many as Spain’s national dish, the emblematic paella is a flavorful concoction that has won the hearts of many throughout the world. A jumble of cooked-to-savory-softness yellow rice mixed with fresh seafood, red meat and a myriad of condiments, the paella makes for a hearty Mediterranean meal.  Best […]

The Most Famous Spanish Dish: Paella


Spain is often associated with romance, thanks to the gorgeous cobblestoned alleyways, medieval squares and miles of golden sandy beaches as the backdrop.  Forget about Venice or Paris, Spain has got the stunning Barcelona, regal Madrid, sultry Seville and sexy Ibiza to set you in the mood for love. Whisk your sweetheart away […]

The Most Romantic Places in Spain


Paella, tortilla de patatas and churros con chocolate: we all know these famous Spanish dishes, but surely these are not enough to feed our craving for Spanish gastronomy? Dig a little deeper and you’ll see that Spanish gastronomy is extremely diverse and versatile. Although menus in most tourist restaurants tend […]

Eating in Spain: Menu Tips





Lots of us espouse the value of learning the local language…but this is much easier said than done. Most language teachers will agree that the best way to become proficient in a language is to take a course and then actually use that language with native speakers, ideally ones who […]

Online Language Learning: The Loquella Language Tool



A Test of Kazak as a Foreign Language is on the way. From Japan, why it’s good to encourage young learners to guess. From the Costa Rica Classroom…another reason to ensure you have good health insurance (and – hope you are feeling better!) How to use newspaper headlines in class, […]

Around The Web On TEFL: February 24


Get ready for the Top 100 Misspelled Words in English: here at the TEFL Logue, surprisingly or not, the most often misspelled words include langauge and Louge. Some insight on being bilingual in Spanish and English in Lebanon…Lebanon, Pennsylvania, that is. Think it’s hard to teach English without speaking your […]

Around The Web On TEFL: January 31


Learning Chinese is now all the rage in Israel as well. Speak Spanish like Bob Dylan…one man’s unique experience of foreign language learning. Many EFL teachers worry: are my students really benefitting from my classes? Here’s one teacher’s interesting response to this. Some issues with the English curriculum in Korea. […]

Daily Dose: December 1