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How to Learn Spanish Fast and Easy with 5 Helpful Hints

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“If I had started studying Spanish years ago, I’d be fluent by now!”

We all might’ve been guilty of saying this at one time or another, but we know it isn’t true.

It’s the amount of effort we put into …

The Savvy Traveler’s Guide to Learning Spanish While Abroad

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Ibn Battuta once said, “Traveling—it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.”

Hopefully with the help of this article, you’ll become a fluent Spanish storyteller!

In this post we’ll show you 20 practical little tricks you …

30 Daily Spanish Challenges for Practice That’s Never Boring

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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 …

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 …

How to Memorize Spanish Words: 5 Study Hacks to Find Success

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Who’s in charge, you or your memory?

It can feel like we don’t have control over our own memories at times.

Especially when new Spanish words just keep slipping away no matter how often we try to drill them in.…

From Abuela’s Table to the Classroom: Spanish for Heritage Speakers

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Were you brought up in a Spanish-speaking home?

Did you naturally become bilingual, speaking Spanish en casa (at home) and English en la escuela (at school)?

People who are in this dynamic situation, myself included, are called heritage speakers.…

I Think Therefore Yo Soy: How to Start Thinking in Spanish

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So, I’m going to be totally honest with you.

Speaking Spanish doesn’t automatically lead to thinking in Spanish.

Sorry, but it’s the truth. We language learners would love it if that weren’t the case.

It we be incredible if, by …