Translated literally, "language arts" is "artes de idioma" or, "artes de lengua". But since language arts actually means the study of language(s), then it is translated as "estudio de idiomas" or, "estudio de lenguas".
Lingua = language in Spanish, as well as Latin, such as lingua franca, or common language.
Lengua, on the other hand, means tongue in Spanish.
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"L'espagnol" (Spanish) or "la langue espagnole" (the Spanish language).
Language arts is not capitalized. School subjects are only capitalized when they are derived from proper nouns (Spanish) or if they are course titles (Algebra III). Subjects like math, science and language arts are not capitalized.
To say the words 'she is tall' in the Spanish language you say 'ella es alta'. These words in the Italian language you say 'e alta'.
Language Arts teachers teach you how to spell and say words. They teach you how to read and write. They help you a lot when your out and about the world.
[Tu] no eres español. In the spanish language, you dont tend to say the ' tu'
You mean how to say language in Spanish? Idioma or Lengua. Most people say lenguaje now days.
Personally, I would say the closest language to Spanish is Italian.
'Drive' in Spanish is maneja.
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español, a españoles, as español (language)
El idioma español. Also, many areas use the term "castellano" for the Spanish language. Español is simply Spanish in Spanish.