Hola, Mama Reba. ¿Cómo estás?


Published by rebalamaestra

I am offering an opportunity to you for self empowerment and a chance to develop and grow in order to broaden your horizons and market your skills and talent for guaranteed success!! I have serviced organizations such as the Youth Connection (An Illinois Teen Reach Program), New Foundation of Hope, faith based institutions and several programs within the Chicago Public Schools as a Contracted Consultant. As a consultant I train parents and community residents of Chicago Public School students to teach their children and youth skills such as English Literacy, Spanish as a Second Language, Violence Prevention/Intervention Solutions in order to empower the youth of our future so to enable them to grow up to become productive and responsible adults who will contribute great things to the world.. By educating the adults in our youths' lives I am also able to empower them with the tools to Bridge the Generational Divide, Bridge the Digital Divide and Bridge the Cultural Divide among individual communities in many diverse communities within the City of Chicago. The foundation of my purpose in creating my programs of instruction is to empower you to empower others starting with the youth around you thus giving them the tools necessary to explore the world without fear. In my courses I help you to overcome fear barriers to learning a second language or practicing advanced strategies to communicate your native language effectively. I look forward to working with you as your Life Learning Coach as you embark on gaining excellent language communication skills!! Te amo.

122 thoughts on “Ramiyah

  1. Greetings

    Como estas?-how are you?
    Bien Y tu?- great and you
    Como te llamas?-what’s your name?
    Me llamos Mecca-My name is Mecca Love
    Fur in placer conocerte-It was nice meeting you
    It was nice meeting you too-Fue in placer conocerte tambien
    Hasta Luego-see you later

  2. L’alphabet Correction: El Alfabeto
    A(aah) B(bey) C(ce) D(de) E(e) F(efe) G(he) H(ache)
    I(ee) J(jota) K(ka) L(ele) M(eme) N(ene) O(oh) P(pe)
    Q(cu) R(ere) S(ese) T(te) U(u) V(ve) W(doble-ve)
    X(equis) Y(igriegga) Z(zeta)

  3. amigos-Friend
    Me gusta- I like
    Jugar-to play
    Nombre- Name
    Escuela- School

  4. agua-water oso-bear Iqlesa-church xylophone-xylophono
    carro-car cafe-brown milk-leche flower-flor
    sandias-watermelon Azul-Blue guacomole-guaco mole finger-dedo
    zapalos-shoe cantar-singing dibujar-drawing n red-rogo
    bailar-dance grapefruit-pomelo piernas de pollo-chicken legs cereal-cereal
    el yogur-yogurt Negro-black olives-olivia caramel corn- maiz de caramelo

  5. Buenas noches a todos y tienen y tienen una gran noche!

  6. That was my account. I thought it would show my name, but it didn’t. Could I use my account?

  7. inglés yo tú él/ella/usted nosotros/-as vosotros/-as ellos/ellas/ustedes
    Present I teach, am
    teaching enseño enseñas enseña enseñamos enseñáis enseñan

  8. Mamá Reba está bien si puedo ser la asistente de esta semana, por favor, porque nunca lo hago

  9. Hola Mama Reba como estas glasias para racion yo con tu sitio web.


    Gracias para racion (compartir) su sitio web.

  10. a-car Las Frases[phrases] edad-age
    e-egg 1.Como se dice? joven-young
    i-need 2.Se puede usar el bano? pregunta-question
    o-cold 3.Yo tengo una pregunta. hablar-to speak
    u-food 4.Levantatate su mano. man-hand
    y-ee 5. No hablar fuera de turno.

  11. Wow MashPotatos Your Bulling me saying i’m in panther but i’m on probation

  12. Lo siento por tu perdida,Isreal-Sorry for your loss Isreal about your grandmother

  13. Spanish er,ar, and ir verbs

    estar – to be
    tener – to have
    haber – to have
    venir – to come
    hacer – to do
    denir – to say

  14. Hey Mama Reba what’s up, how was your day today, (I hope it was good) because everyone should have a great day everyday no matter what
    Hola, mamá Reba, ¿qué tal? ¿Cómo estuvo tu día de hoy? (Espero que haya sido bueno), porque todos deberían tener un gran día todos los días, sin importar qué

  15. Lo siento por la traducción acaba de torticolis i hizo inglés.

  16. Hola Yizzie como estas?. Que estas haciendo y Yizzie?. Hay una asociacion de mecanicos o automoviles llamada AAA American Automobile Association-Hi Yizzie how are you doing and Yizzie?. There is a mechanic or automobile association named AAA which is A.A.A American Automobile Association

  17. Use your capitalization!! Don’t forget that you need to post a line or your whole narrative from your Kwanzaa cards that we’ve made!

  18. Who’s comment is this? State your real first name or add your initials or it will be deleted. You may also post a link to your YouTube page or other but we don’t want to intentionally lead our school mates away from our Spanish blog site. Thanks

  19. El viernes, Chris le mostró a sus robots que eran realmente geniales y fue divertido verlos moverse.

  20. Hola, hoy fue un buen día. No tengo un socio para bloguear con soja … este fin de semana voy al auto show que será divertido … que tenga una buena noche

  21. hola clase cómo fue tu semana espero que todos hayamos tenido un buen día de San Valentín …… mamá Reba, necesito un compañero para conversar

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