16 Spanish Adverbs of Frequency for Advancing to Fantastic Fluency

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How often do you call your mother? Sit down to study? Floss?

To answer any of these dreaded questions, you will need to dip into the parts of speech jar and pull out a few adverbs of frequency. 

With these …

Uniquely Different: 11 Spanish Dialects Spoken Worldwide

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What do you call that thing you drink water out of in public places?

Your answer might give away a great deal about where you live if you are residing in the US.

You might not think that a simple …

Learn Spanish: The Guide to Go from Absolute Beginner to Near-native Speaker

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There are 572 million Spanish speakers worldwide.

This number is expected to grow to over 750 million by the year 2060.

There are 21 countries around the world where Spanish is the official language (or one of them).

What …

The Super, Stupendous Spanish Adjective Placement Guide

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There’s no question that the sky is blue, no matter what language you’re speaking.

But is it a “blue sky” or a “sky blue?”

If you speak English, you know the first is a description and the second is a …

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

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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 …

30 Spanish Spring Words to Freshen Up Your Vocabulary

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La primavera (spring) is the perfect time to grow your vocabulary.

One of the best feelings in the world is emerging from a bracing, cold winter to a relaxing, warm spring day with the scent of new growth in the …

How to Type Spanish Accents, no Matter What Device You Use

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All things considered, Spanish is fairly easy to learn.

It’s a pretty straightforward language.

It sounds just like it looks. Remember “sounding words out” when you were learning to read English? That works for Spanish, too.

If you think …