Something so simple as a dictionary in this day in age is sometimes lost and forgotten about. My husband told me that he asked his students at ESL tonight if they had a dictionary. He was shocked to hear their answer was no. He found it hard to believe….The truth is the students we help on Monday nights at our local church are mostly immigrant workers. The are making minimum wage or sometimes less than that. So I am going to make this simple… if you happen to have a old, used, unused Spanish English English Spanish dictionary please send it or give it to me. We would like to collect these dictionaries to donate tot he ESL program at our church. It’s essential piece when learning a language. I know that I have taken having one for granted. Many of us also take for granted the fact that we have the internet at our finger tips. Wether it’s our smart phones or our home computers. If we don’t know something we google it. Our students don’t have that luxury, so we would like to give them a little one… a dictionary.
So search your attic, car, closet and storage locker and give me your Spanish English English Spanish dictionary! I promise they will go to very good homes!