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10 Beautiful Spanish Love Quotes that will Melt Your Heart

Beautiful Spanish Love Quotes

Are you looking for beautiful Spanish quotes about love? Whether it’s about: the meaning of love the bittersweet emotion of loving and letting go hope for long distance love or simply some random sweet musings …these romantic lines will surely melt your heart. No time to read now? Download the Spanish Love Quotes Lesson PDF and MP3 […]

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Spanish Idioms Quiz: How Many of These Do You Know?

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Spanish Idioms Quiz

How do you fare with Spanish idioms? Here’s a Spanish idioms quiz to test how much you know! Idioms are an integral part of a language–a part only the most advanced foreign language students can use with ease. Let’s see if you’re one of those!  For more quizzes like this, check out the following:  Only True Spanish Enthusiasts […]

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Only True Spanish Enthusiasts Can Pass This Spanish Slang Quiz

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Spanish Slang Quiz

Fancy a little Spanish slang quiz? If you want to fit in with the locals, you have to talk like one! Slang isn’t always taught in classes or books. It’s something you learn from native speakers. This quiz will give you an idea if you can fit in with the native Spanish speakers in Spain. […]

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56 Spanish Social Media Words You Should Know

Spanish social media

Everyone and their grandma is on social media these days. So if you’re learning a new language such as Spanish, it’s only natural that you would at some point, learn what are the useful Spanish words used in social media. In this short lesson, we’ve listed down some Spanish social media terms for you to […]

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84 Spanish Expressions for Agreeing and Disagreeing

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Spanish Expressions for Agreeing and Disagreeing

Expressing your agreement or your disagreement is an important part of conversations. How can you exclaim that the person you’re talking to is loco for thinking that way, or how you absolutely agree to another person’s brilliant musings? When you’re already at a conversational level in your Spanish, it’s very useful to draw upon some […]

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20 Common Spanish Idioms

20 common spanish idioms

You can learn all the Spanish words that you want, but unless you understand common Spanish idioms, you’d still be at a complete loss when talking to Spanish speakers. I mean, how would you know that a Spaniard is flirting with you when they refer to it as throwing disks at you (te tira los […]

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Frequently-Used Spanish Slang Terms

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comme spanish slang terms

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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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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Spanish Food and Drinks Vocabulary

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Food is always an awesome topic regardless of which language you speak. To help you discuss Spanish food and drinks using the Spanish language, check out this list of Spanish food and drinks vocabulary.  Quick Navigation Comfort FoodMeats and PoultryFish and SeafoodBeveragesSpices and SeasoningsFruitsVegetablesConclusion I’m pretty sure that by now, you would already have an […]

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10 Awesome Tips to Speak Spanish like a Native

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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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