Anastasia Seydlitz
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93 Useful Spanish Subjunctive Phrases

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3 useful spanish subjunctive phrases

 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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A Quick & Simple Guide to Spanish Adjectives

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Adjectives take a dull, plain thought and make it more exciting. They can make a boring sentence dynamic, a nice sentiment sweeter and a harsh word, well… even harsher. If you want to be able to do anything in terms of describing something, you need to be able to use this handy, and necessary, part […]

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Easy Spanish Recipes You Can Cook Today

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easy spanish recipes you can cook today

One of the best ways to learn about a culture is through its food. And there is a huge variety in Spanish food! As you travel from one end of the country to the next, you’ll find a wide range of different dishes and specially made local cuisine. Want to bring a little piece of […]

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Best Secret Places in Spain

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Spain is filled with hidden treasures. No matter what part of the country you’re planning to visit, it won’t be hard to find an “off the beaten path” site to visit on your next trip. To guide you, check out the list below for 10 of the best secret places in Spain. Cuenca Via Alterra […]

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Quiz: How Spanish Are You?

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Are you planning a trip to Spain and want to see how well you’ll fit in? Have you already been in Spain and are wondering how much “Spanishness” you retained? Or, maybe you’re just curious because you’ve always been interested in Spanish culture. Either way, if you have ever wondered just how “Spanish” you are, […]

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10 Tips for Tourists in Spain

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A vacation to Spain can be absolutely wonderful! There’s so much to see, experience, try, and discover. From one corner of the country to the next, you’ll find endless amounts of history, culture, delicious food, and breathtaking sights. But, traveling around a foreign country can be an interesting yet sometimes awkward experience! That’s where this […]

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10 Spanish TV Shows to Learn Spanish

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Spanish TV Shows

One of the best ways to learn a language is through hearing it spoken by natives. What better way to hear a language than through TV? Watching Spanish TV can help you not only acquire more vocabulary and become familiar with the pronunciation and grammar, but also give you a little insight into the culture. […]

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Common Spanish Mistakes English Speakers Make

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As second-language speakers, we can realistically never hope to reach perfect native level with our Spanish. We can, however, get pretty darn close! There are a few things that are always dead giveaways that mark you as an English-speaking Spanish learner. But want to take your Spanish to the next level and have native speakers take […]

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Common Spanish Stereotypes

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Every culture has stereotypes linked to it: Americans are fat; the Irish love to drink; Mexicans are lazy. While some of these conceptions are based loosely on real aspects of the different cultures they define, it doesn’t mean that they are completely, without a doubt, 100% true 100% of the time. So, what do people […]

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