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Hacks to Memorize Spanish Words

Hacks to Memorize Spanish Words

We all know that one of the most important but difficult parts of learning a language is learning words (and then remembering them when needed). Here we’ve compiled some hacks to make memorizing vocabulary that little bit easier. Quick Navigation Hack 1: Learn by TopicHack 2: Make It Visual With Word MapsHack 3: Get StickyHack […]

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Spanish Newspapers and News Sites for Learners of All Levels

Reading and listening to the news in a certain language is a great way to practice it—if you’re keeping up with current affairs anyway, why not do it in Spanish?! These days you can buy a paper or just access free content online! Feel Free to Jump to the Different Sections How will this help […]

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8 Ways to Boost Your Reading Skills in Spanish

Spanish reading FB

Reading is such a great activity. It’s relaxing, educational, and a great escape from reality. Reading in Spanish is a wonderful way to do all of that, and improve your language ability at the same time! Want to get great at reading in Spanish? Read on for some fun, easy tips to help you get […]

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The Ultimate Spanish Conjugation Quiz

Spanish Conjugation Quiz

Conjugations are an annoyingly necessary part of learning Spanish. From day one, Spanish language students are immersed in a world of “first-person singular; second-person singular familiar, third person…” Well, I don’t think I need to go on. Want to put your conjugation skills to the test? Take the quiz below to find out where you […]

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10 Fun Ways to Learn Spanish Throughout the Day

Fun Ways to Learn Spanish

Learning a foreign language requires a lot more than just spending a few hours a week in a classroom.It’s a process that takes dedication and focus to be fluent at it. If you are really in this for the long haul and won’t settle for anything less than your best, here are some things you can […]

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Tips for Improving Your Listening Skills in Spanish

practice listening skills in spanish

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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How to Make a Habit: A Guide for Language Learners

how to make a habit

Spanish is a fairly easy language to learn, but if you don’t stick with it and practice, it becomes really difficult. While we would love to be able to visit your house once a day and hover over you to make sure you’re getting things done, we can’t exactly do that. So instead, we’ve created […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Spanish Pronunciation

Spanish Pronunciation

Perhaps you’re looking to learn Spanish so that you can do some traveling, or maybe you just want to impress your new good-looking  Spanish co-worker (don’t worry—we won’t tell anyone). Whatever the reason is, you’ve come to the right place. Spanish is a fairly easy language, considering that most Spanish words are pronounced exactly the […]

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Most Common Pitfalls of English Speakers Learning Spanish

Learning Spanish

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 […]

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10 Awesome Tips to Speak Spanish like a Native

Speak Spanish like a Native

The biggest compliment a language learner can receive is being confused for a native speaker. It’s one of those things that makes you feel like you’re floating on air. So, how can you, as a student of Spanish, take your speaking abilities up a notch and fool others into thinking you’re actually from Spain? Read […]

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