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 …

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.…

How to Lay Down El Salvador’s Slang Like a Local

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Are you the kind of traveler who likes hidden gems?

Then put El Salvador on your travel wish list.

This tiny Central American country has more to offer than most people realize.

First off, we’re talking volcanoes—and lots of them. …

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? …

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 …