Up with People! Spanish Adjectives for Describing Everyone Around You

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See that guy over there?

The tall, handsome one with that friendly look on his face?

Yes, that’s the one! Him!

Did I make you turn? Did you glance over your shoulder for someone who isn’t—or if you’re lucky, …

Learn How to Conjugate Spanish Verbs in 5 Straightforward Steps

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Don’t let Spanish verb conjugations ruin your day.

A little bit of practice is all it takes to master the conjugation process!

Anyone who’s ever taken a beginner Spanish course will probably groan at the mere mention of verb …

Dig into 7 Diverse Famous Singers to Learn a Variety of Spanish

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Music. We love it.

We play it in our cars, homes, at the gym and even on airplanes.

Some of us sing along. Off-key or in-tune, we sing.

And we love belting out every lyric.

Spanish language learners, …

​​30 Fun Mini-challenges for a Month of Daily Spanish Practice

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Musicians do it.

Athletes do it.

Circus performers do it.

Anybody who wants to master a skill needs to practice, practice, practice, every single day.

That includes Spanish learners, too.

But does this mean that you have to sit …

How to Start Learning Spanish: Counting Down to Awesomeness

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T-minus 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1…

We have liftoff!

Congratulations—just by making the decision to learn Spanish, you’ve launched an exciting, ambitious new project!

By choosing to learn Spanish, you’ve opened up a whole new

Never Say Never! How to Relearn Spanish in 5 Simple Steps

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Memories of speaking Spanish are not forgotten, but the words are.

And now you’re facing a sad truth.

Your Spanish is gone.

Lost to the gray matter that seems to have devoured all the vocabulary, grammar and idioms you once …

The Personal A in Spanish: Unlock the Door to Understanding

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In Spanish, a simple little word like a can mean many different things.

You might see it used in diverse phrases like:

yo voy a la escuela (I go to school)

estoy a pie (I’m standing)

a mí me encanta