How to Learn Spanish with Pinterest

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Do you want to immerse yourself in Spanish to learn at a faster pace?

Are you a visual learner?

Then in addition to Reddit, memes and Twitter, an absolutely fantastic tool for enhancing your Spanish skills is Pinterest.…

How to Immerse Yourself in Spanish When You Don’t Live Abroad

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Imagine you’re in Madrid, Spain.

You hear a celebratory roar erupting from the street, like nothing you’ve heard before, as the whole city seems to be watching the same soccer game. “Vamos, vamos, vamos… gol!”

You’re late, on your …

3 Easy Tricks to Learn Spanish with Twitter

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Do you want to improve your Spanish, but feel like you never have enough time?

With the simple use of Twitter, you can learn Spanish during any spare moment of the day—whether you’re taking a quick break at work or …

The Ultimate Spanish Vocabulary Guide For Football / Soccer

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If you already know greetings, travel phrases, and idioms, then it’s time to take the next step.

To connect with Spanish speakers, what could be better than being able to talk about fútbol?

(We should note that …

50+ Useful Spanish Travel Phrases Every Traveler Should Learn

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You’ve bought your ticket.

Your bags are packed.

You can’t wait to begin your journey to a Spanish-speaking country.

Now there is a simple thing you can do that can have a BIG impact on your trip:

Learn some

How to Learn Spanish Vocabulary with Reddit, Memes and More

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You say you’re too busy to learn Spanish?

You’re not fooling anyone.

Let’s be real here.

You’re probably spending some of your time at work or home tumbling, pinning, tweeting, facebooking, blogging, or busily turning blue links purple on Reddit.…

How to Survive the Spanish Subjunctive

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I suffered from subjunctivitis for a long time.

Long after I had my forms of ser and estar straight…

Long after I was happily chatting away in the present indicative…

I was still foundering for five minutes after the words …