Anastasia Seydlitz
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A Quick Guide to the Spanish Subjunctive

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For most language learners, the mere mention of “Spanish subjunctive” is enough to instill fear. It’s something especially troublesome for English speakers, because while we do have a subjunctive in English, it’s nowhere near as frequent or apparently complicated as it is in Spanish.  I bet you didn’t even know we had one!   Well, don’t worry. […]

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How to Introduce Yourself in Spanish (+ Free MP3)

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Introduce Yourself in Spanish

 One of the first things you need to know in order to speak Spanish is how to start. If you can’t start a conversation, how are you ever going to practice? And, what better way to start a conversation than by introducing yourself? That’s where this post comes in. Here, you will find some quick tips, […]

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200 Most Common Spanish Verbs [free PDF and audio]

Common Spanish Verbs

Are you ready to give your Spanish vocabulary a major boost? You better be because today, we’ll be going through 200 of the most common Spanish verbs.  These are some very useful verbs that you’ll encounter a lot in everyday Spanish conversations. The conjugation, however, is a different topic altogether. But do check out the end […]

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100 Most Common Spanish Adjectives

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Looking for the most commonly used adjectives in Spanish? You’ve come to the right place! Here is your list of 100 Spanish adjectives that you can practice everyday. No time to read now? No worries, you can also download the Most Common Spanish Adjective List in PDF and Audio MP3!Just click on the big yellow […]

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50 Common Spanish Phrases

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Traveling to a Spanish-speaking country soon? Or are you planning to learn Spanish? If you’re looking for a list of common Spanish phrases, I’m happy to share with you this list of the most common and useful Spanish phrases. This list of phrases is not only useful when you’re on travel. At the start of your […]

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Spanish Text Slang: How to LOL like a true Spaniard

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These days, it seems like every1 is using txt lingo. U c it all the time. It’s impossible 2 miss. It’s even seeped into our everyday speech: “OMG!” “LOL” “BRB.” Texting has become more popular than phone calls to communicate. The shorthand slang that used to be like a learned second language has become as common […]

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19 Surprising Facts to Strike up a Conversation about Spain

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Surprising Facts About Spain

Awkward silences–the slow, painful death of a conversation. Those moments can feel like an eternity as you rack your brain for something to say. What better way to revive a conversation than by filling that uncomfortable lull with fun, little-known facts? Everyone loves trivia, right? Well to save you some time, we’ve gone ahead and […]

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A Quick Guide to Making Small Talk in Spanish

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Small talk can be light-hearted and easy or dreadfully awkward. No matter what, though, one thing is for certain–it’s unavoidable. And now, you’re learning Spanish. This means you’ll have to make small talk–in Spanish. Ready for some Spanish conversations? Cue the nerves!  How do you go about doing this? How do you break the ice and […]

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Spanish Grammar Quiz: See If You Know Basic Spanish Grammar!

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BASIC SPANISH GRAMMAR QUIZ

Want to try your hand at this Spanish grammar quiz? Some people love grammar; some people hate it. No matter what, though, we all need to learn it. How are you doing with this area of Spanish? Test your knowledge of basic Spanish grammar with this quiz.   Want more? Check out the following Spanish […]

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[Quiz] Do You Know These Common Spanish Phrases?

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Spanish Phrases Quiz

Just starting out with Spanish but feeling confident enough to put your skills to the test? You’ve come to the right place! Take this quiz to test your knowledge of the basic expressions every Spanish student should be familiar with.  

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