Anastasia Seydlitz
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The Imperative Voice in Spanish

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Giving commands is an important part of speaking a language. In Spanish, commands are very important and frequently used in daily speech. Read on for a quick introduction to this very useful element of the language! Before We Dive in Too Deep… Obviously everyone knows what a command is. In English, forming the commands is […]

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A Quick Shortcut to Spanish Tenses

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Spanish tenses can be complicated and cause countless headaches to any learner. While learning the complicated ins and outs of each of the different tenses is necessary to really take your Spanish to a more fluent level, there are a few shortcuts you can use to help you get there! It is possible to use […]

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Best Spanish Movies to Enjoy with the Whole Family

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You know what’s a fun way to brush up on your Spanish? Watching movies. Movies are wonderful for improving both your listening comprehension and vocabulary. While there are tons of great Spanish movies out there, not all of them are appropriate for little ears or for sitting down to watch with older folks. Want to […]

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Top 10 Day Trips in Spain

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The Best Day Trips in Spain

The big cities in Spain such as Barcelona and Madrid are definitely enough to keep you entertained for a long trip, but if you want to escape the city and do something a little different, this guide is for you! Here we have listed our favourite day trips to take on your Spanish adventure. Girona […]

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20 Spanish Dishes for All Seasons

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Spain is so full of amazing food that it was hard to narrow this list down to only 20 dishes. It took many late night dinners and taste tests, but we have compiled our favourite 20 dishes that are classics in Spain. 1 . Paella Paella is native to Valencia and is something that everyone […]

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Frequently-Used Spanish Slang Terms

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Learning slang can be difficult and even frustrating at times. You want to speak more like a native speaker but you can’t seem to figure out what terms to use when, why, and with whom. Don’t worry! Below you will find a list of some of the most common slang terms/ expression used in the […]

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Tips for Improving Your Listening Skills in Spanish

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Listening comprehension is one of the things students of foreign language struggle with the most. It’s extremely important, however. This article will give you a few quick, easy tips to help you improve this aspect of your Spanish. Let’s just talk about learning a foreign language. There are a lot of different mindsets out there […]

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11 Best Spanish Comics for All Levels

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11 best spanish comics for all levels

Sometimes language learning can become a little monotonous. Why not switch things up a little by trying a new approach? Reading comics is a great way to still get exposure to the language, while getting in a few laughs along the way. Read on for a list of eleven of the best Spanish-language comics around. […]

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93 Useful Spanish Subjunctive Phrases

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 The subjunctive is hardly any Spanish language learner’s favorite topic to discuss, but cheer up! With this list of Spanish subjunctive phrases, plus a previous article which you can access HERE, you can be on your way to surviving—and even kicking ass—on the topic of Spanish subjunctive.  Here’s your list! Feel free to download a […]

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A Quick Guide to Asking Questions in Spanish

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If any conversation is going to go very far, you have to know how to ask questions. It would be very boring if two people just went back and forth, telling each other random statements about themselves. Asking questions isn’t just good for that, however. If you travel through a Spanish speaking country, you may […]

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