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3 Great Programs to Volunteer in South America and Learn Spanish

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If you want to know what you’re truly capable of, take yourself out of your comfort zone.

If you want to stop learning Spanish and start living it, surround yourself with the language.

And if you want to make a …

10 Frighteningly Good Spanish Horror Movies That’ll Help You Learn

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Are you looking for movies that will help you learn Spanish?

More specifically, are you looking for movies you’ll never, ever forget?

Then don’t blink now because this post contains 10 of the most terrifying Spanish horror movies to have …

7 of the Most Addictive Games to Learn Spanish Vocabulary

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Few things are more fundamentally human than our love of playing games.

We all love to kick back once in a while with a favorite pastime—a sport, a video game, a hand of solitaire, what have you. The trouble …

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, …

Want to Learn Spanish in Colombia? 4 Local Immersion Programs You Should Know

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Want to see some pink dolphins?

How about bike around one of the world’s biggest bicycle routes?

Or swim in a liquid rainbow?

You can do it all in Colombia.

Like practically any country you visit, Colombia …

Learn Spanish Grammar in Record Time with These 9 Online Resources

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The internet sure gets a bad rap these days.

It seems like it’s known more as a place to trade insults and watch cat videos than as a valuable learning tool and storehouse of human knowledge (that you can use …

How to Learn Spanish for Free with a Kindle or Kindle App

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I love things that are free—or practically free.

You know what I’m talking about. It just feels good to get things without having to fork over some hard-earned dinero (money), doesn’t it?

So free music, free books, free language learning? …