Not More Homework!

Studying Spanish in Antigua Guatemala seems to require doing a lot of homework. At some point this evening, as we sat around the table, I noticed the unenthusiastic demeanor of my sisters and brother-in-law while they conjugated verbs and translated paragraphs. Each of them was holding up their head as they struggled to focus. It brought back memories, and I had to abandon my worksheets and try to capture it all in a sketch.

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4 Responses to Not More Homework!

  1. She says:

    And you DID capture their agony!! Go PLAY!!


  2. That was a good plan!


  3. equinoxio21 says:

    Spanish is difficult for English speakers. The grammar – and irregular verbs – can be a nightmare. it’s easier if you’re a French speaker. But keep practicing.

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