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Why Disney Movies with Spanish Subtitles Are Amazing Learning Tools


What’s your favorite Disney movie? 

No matter how old you are or where you live, chance are you have a favorite.

Even if you don’t, you’ve probably watched at least one Disney film in your life.

Want to turn your

Learn Spanish Fast and Become Conversational in a Flash


Have you ever stopped to consider all the Spanish things that go fast?

No? Well then, take a minute. I’ll wait.

Go ahead, think of a few.

If you’re like me, your list includes fútbol, race car driver Fernando

Learn Spanish with “Narcos” and Add Some Parlache to Your Vocabulary


Ladies and gentlemen, you decide.


…or action-packed?

Action-packed may not be the word you would normally use to describe your Spanish studies.

But with “Narcos,” it can be.

Sit back and learn palabras (words) with Pablo thanks to …

How to Learn Spanish on YouTube: 7 Easy Steps for YouTube-based Learning


Life is full of choices.

You know you should hit the gym but those video games are calling out to you.

You know you should eat a healthy snack, but all that candy looks so sweet and delicious.

You know …

Exam Blues? How to Win at AP Spanish Literature and Culture


Are you a young Spanish student with an eye towards higher education?

If so, you’ve likely dreamed of seeing an elusive 3, 4 or even a perfect 5 at the top of your AP Spanish Literature and Culture test.…

Spanish Learning Motivation in Your Backyard: 7 Intriguing Facts About Spanish in the USA


Did you know that the U.S. has no official language?

That’s right—not even English!

America may not lead the world in bilingual education—only 25 percent of Americans can hold a conversation in a second language. But that doesn’t change …

Spanish for Portuguese Speakers: Vocab and Pronunciation Hacks That Make It Easy


Olá! Cómó ‘táz?

Quieres una laranja?

A mim me encanta lo teu nariz!

Oh boy… talk about cringe!

How about we try that again?

Hola, ¿cómo estás? (Hello, how are you?)

¿Quieres una naranja? (Do you want an orange?)