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Shadowing Spanish: 3 Excellent Resources to Hone Pronunciation and Intonation



They have so many dark connotations. And even though they’re just areas of darkness that occur when a light source is blocked by a solid object, they still sometimes seem scary, don’t they? Creepy. Maybe even sinister.

But language 

The Best Way to Learn Spanish: How to Use Immersion to Achieve Fluency


There are so many ways out there to learn Spanish.

For a beginning learner, it might be overwhelming!

Where do you start? Which method do you choose?

Luckily, we have the answer.

This post will explain why immersion is the

Talking Time: Learn to Speak Conversational Spanish in 6 Simple Steps


Do you remember learning how to ride a bike?

You may have started out slowly, observing others first before taking the plunge yourself. Or maybe you just hopped right on your shiny new bike and started pedaling, fast.

Both ways …

How to Go from Spanish 101 to Fluent: The College Student’s Guide to Longterm Language Learning


Earning your degree is a huge achievement.

But earning your degree while becoming bilingual?

Now that’s the making of a stellar resume.

College is an amazing opportunity to learn Spanish that you don’t want to pass up.

You have …

Found in Translation: How to Become a Spanish Translator in 4 Steps


“If you do what you love, then you will never work a day in your life.”

We have probably all heard that sage advice many times.

Sometimes, it can seem like living your dream is perpetually just out of reach.…

Similar but Oh So Different: Learn Catalan with the Guide for Spanish Students


Hola a tots! (Hello, everybody!)

So you want to learn Catalan? 

We absolutely get it!

Catalan sounds like an exotic, intriguing blend of just the right amounts of Spanish, Italian, French and European Portuguese but this simple attempt at a …

Anyone Can Make the Spanish rr Sound (And Here’s How You Can, Too)


When you ask English speakers what the hardest part of learning Spanish is, you’ll get a few responses over and over again:

Verb tenses. The subjunctive mood. The two forms of “to be” (ser and estar).

But …