2/17/2012 by Susana Schultz
We were thrilled when we opened an email and found that we are not only a business providing an invaluable service –quality Spanish translations– to a variety of clients, but we are also a source of Spanish-language resources to school students across the United States.
We receive a lot of emails from universities asking for authorization to publish some of our articles. We also receive many emails with very kind comments about the information we provide on general Spanish-language matters, usually from university students or their teachers. We receive a lot of great comments on the breadth and reach of our Spanish-language resource page, but we have never heard from middle school teachers or students before.
Jamie Tibbetts, a teacher at Craft Central Schools, wrote to compliment us “on all the hard work we have put into our website.” Mrs. Tibbetts is the 7th Grade Spanish Teacher at Craft Central Schools. She and her students have been using Strictly Spanish resource page as a research tool into the importance of learning Spanish. One of Mrs. Tibbetts students also found a great resource and her class wanted to share it with Strictly Spanish.
This resource is http://www.my-spanish-dictionary.com/.
We are thrilled that the hard work that went into our Strictly Spanish resource page is a valuable tool, not just to our clients and to university students but also to Spanish language classes in middle schools and high schools across our land.
Thanks to Mrs. Tibbetts 7th Grade Spanish class for writing to us and adding to our resource page! I get the sense that you all understand the importance of learning another language, and since my native language is Spanish, that the language you are learning is Spanish is fantastic! Whatever you decide to become as you continue your studies and go from school to university, knowing Spanish will undoubtedly help you in your life.
All the best to the great students at Craft Central Schools that took the time to write to us!
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