This Happens When You Master Spanish: 7 Things You Can Expect

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So you’re learning Spanish? ¡Excelente decisión! (Excellent choice!): a whole new world full of opportunities is opening itself for you! Música, comida, gente, viajes maravillosos, quizás amor… (Music, food, people, beautiful trips, maybe even love…), it’s all within reach now: this happens when you master Spanish. I’m Juan from Spring Spanish, and to give you…
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8 Mexican Classics Songs You Have to Know to Impress Natives (Videos Included)

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Hello, dear friends! I’m Paulísima from Spring Spanish. Today we have a really fun topic. We’re talking about impressing Mexicans by singing some Mexican classics songs… and one that’s more of a new classic. So, pay attention and get ready to surprise your Mexican friends! 1. Las mañanitas – A charming serenade This charming song…
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Do Not Say Estoy Bien in Spanish (I’m fine) – 8 Alternatives + Bonus Audio

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So, if you read my article about 8 alternatives to saying ¿Cómo estás? (How are you?) in Spanish, then this article is the perfect complement, as I will be teaching you the formal, informal and Mexican ways to reply to that question.  I. Always replying with the same “Estoy bien, ¿y tú?” is boring!  Estoy…
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Spanish Fossilization: How to Avoid the Big Spanish Mistake!

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Have you ever felt that no matter what you do, you keep making the same mistakes over and over again in Spanish? ALEXPásame la agua, porfa.(Pass me the water, please.) MAURA“El agua” Alex, “el agua”.(”The water” Alex, “the water”.) ALEX¡Ah! ¡Yo sé! ¿Por qué siempre me pasa eso?(Ah! I know! Why does that always happen…
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Possessive Adjectives in Spanish: Learn Mi, Tu, Su & More with Chunking!

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Hello dear ones! Welcome back to Spring Spanish, where you learn Spanish with chunks, also known as the easiest way of all! I’m Paulísima, your Spanish teacher, and today we’ll dive into possessive adjectives in Spanish, as well as pronouns. By the end of this lesson, you’ll not only understand them, but you’ll also use…
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Is Spanish Easy to Learn? 5 Reasons Why It’s Good for English Native Speakers

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If you’ve ever been scared by the thought of getting fluent in Spanish and all the work it takes, este video renovará tu motivación (this video will give you renewed motivation). Is Spanish easy to learn? Find out! Because listen up: if you’re an English native speaker, en realidad te será MÁS SENCILLO aprender español (Spanish…
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Stop Saying No Sé in Spanish: 9 Alternatives for I Don’t Know in Spanish

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Mis amigos, if you want to sound more like a native speaker while speaking Spanish, it’s time for you to STOP saying the same old no sé in Spanish when you don’t know something, and use one of these 9 much more conversational alternatives instead! Teacher María Fernanda presents these alternatives to you: Informal Replies…
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Don’t Say This in Mexico: 8 Spanish Words That Offend Mexicans

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Did you know there are some Spanish words that you might be hearing or using sometimes, but are actually offensive to Mexicans? In this lesson, you’re going to discover 8 Spanish words you should NEVER use when talking to a Mexican! I’m teacher Mariana, from Spring Spanish, a proud Mexican, and here’s the first offensive…
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Practice Spanish Conversation: 5 Best Apps and Places to Find a Speaking Partner

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Don’t have anyone to practice speaking Spanish with? No estés triste, ya que hoy es tu dia de suerte (Don’t be sad, because today is your lucky day): I, Cory from Spring Spanish, will show you the 5 best places to find a reliable Spanish conversation partner both online and offline, regardless of whether you…
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10 Secret Mexican Words to Impress Native Speakers + Fun Facts

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Spanish has incorporated many words from various indigenous languages. This adds rich cultural diversity to the language. Today we will explore 10 Mexican words in Spanish that have their origins in native Mexican and Mesoamerican languages. I’m Paulísima, your Spanish teacher at Spring Spanish. Let’s begin! Spanish English Elote, Maíz Corn Esquites Corn kernels dish…
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Sound Smart in Spanish: 5 Words That Native Speakers Use (with Examples)

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I’m Paulísima, from Spring Spanish, and today I’ll teach you 5 words that make you sound smart in Spanish while speaking with native speakers! Let’s say you want to spice up your Spanish and sound a little more fancy than average… These words are perfect for you! Let’s start with a word that, even if…
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Sentir Conjugation: 4 Meanings & How to Use it Like a Native (with Examples)

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The verb “sentir” is important for expressing emotions and sensations in Spanish. In this lesson, we’ll learn the sentir conjugation and use this verb in different contexts. I’m Paulísima, your Spanish teacher at Spring Spanish. Let’s get started! 1. Uses of the verb “sentir” The verb sentir has 4 meanings: Experiencing a sensation with sentir…
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Trouble with Deber Conjugation? Learn it with CHUNKS, never forget it again!

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The verb “deber” can mean about three things, maybe four. In this video, we’ll review deber conjugation in the present tense, its uses, and the most common chunks that native speakers use. Hello, I’m Maura, from Spring Spanish. Let’s get started! 1. “Deber” when it means to owe money or a favor CARLAMaura, ¿podrías ayudarme…
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DON’T Learn the Past Tense in Spanish with Conjugation Tables!

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Hello, my dear students! I’m Mariana, head of grammar at Spring Spanish, and today I’m going to show you how you can always use the past tense in Spanish correctly while speaking in conversations… without having to think about conjugation tables!  We’re going to use our very own Conversation Based Chunking method to help you…
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Learn Spanish Watching Amazon Originals: 5 Swos & Tricks to Learn Vocabulary

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Here, at Spring Spanish, we think one of the BEST ways to learn Spanish is through watching Spanish movies and series. That’s why we’ve already made a video and an article about the best Netflix originals to watch and, today, we’re doing the same for Amazon: this is how to learn Spanish watching Amazon Originals…
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8 Mistakes in Spanish You Must Make to Sound Like a Native Speaker ✅

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Making grammar and pronunciation mistakes in Spanish is not only totally normal… Spanish native speakers even expect it from you AND they make mistakes all the time themselves too!  Now we’ve taken that burden of perfectionism off your shoulders, there’s one important thing to consider: not ALL mistakes are accepted.  But there’s some slang and…
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DON’T Learn the Spanish Present Tense Conjugation Table!

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So, you’re in a conversation in Spanish, you’ve been listening to your conversation partner, and now you’re getting ready to say something… BUT suddenly you’ve forgotten the correct conjugation… You start rattling off the verb conjugation table in your head (yo, tú, él, nosotros…).  People are waiting for you to finish your sentence and that…
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Learn Spanish Through Latin Music: 10 Songs from Easy to Legendary Level 🎵

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I’m Spring Spanish teacher Juan and, as a musician, I think one of the best ways to learn Spanish is listening to music, so here are 10 Latin songs you can listen to to learn Spanish and improve your pronunciation. They will appear according to the complexity level, so the first ones will be easy, but…
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Textbook Spanish VS Conversational Spanish: 5 Key Differences + How to Make Spanish-Speaking Friends

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¿Te cuento un secreto? (Can I tell you a secret?) No Mexican speaks like a textbook. We make mistakes, use abbreviations and slang. Very often, we even have our own secret “language”. Everyone who uses it is recognized as one of the insiders.  Entonces, ¿qué significa eso para ti (So, what does that mean for…
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Pensar Spanish Conjugation: Learn it with chunks and never forget it again!

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The verb “pensar” (to think) is a very commonly used verb in Spanish. The verb “pensar” in Spanish means to reflect, consider, or have an opinion about something. It is the equivalent of the English “to think”. I’m Paulísima, your Spanish teacher, and today we are going to explore how pensar Spanish conjugation works, using…
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Why Is Spanish So Hard To Learn: 5 Reasons + How to Master it Anyway

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Mis amigos, if you’re reading this, I assume you’re learning Spanish AND sometimes, when you’re struggling with a verb conjugation or word order, or forgot the gender of a word, or you watch TV and hear someone say… You think: “WHY is Spanish so hard to learn”? ¡No te preocupes! (Don’t worry!) You’re not alone!…
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Don’t Forget Your Spanish: 3 Tricks to Maintain Your Spanish in 10 Minutes a Day

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This piece is for you if you’ve spent a lot of time, effort, and maybe even money trying to learn Spanish up to a level you’re pretty comfortable with…  But right now your priorities have shifted, and you can’t spend so much time on your Spanish anymore… STILL you do everything, so you don’t forget…
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How Many Tenses Spanish Has: A Complete Overview of the Spanish Tenses

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Admítelo (Admit it): we’ve all tried to memorize Spanish verb tenses, only to end up in an actual conversation thinking “should I use pretérito now or pretérito perfecto… or what’s the difference again?” Even like: how many tenses Spanish has really? And then, you haven’t even started conjugating the verb!  Result: brain meltdown, and you’re…
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Don’t Panic When Speaking Spanish: 1 Simple Trick When You Forget a Word in Spanish

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In this blog post, you will learn to… don’t panic when speaking Spanish! Let’s imagine a real-life situation: So, you’re in the middle of a conversation… entirely in Spanish! It’s exciting, maybe a bit scary, but everything is going well…. SPANISH SPEAKER¿Y qué hiciste ayer? (And what did you do yesterday?) SPANISH LEARNERNo mucho; tenía mucho…
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5 Simple Tricks To CURE YOUR NERVOUSNESS When Speaking Spanish

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Ordering your food in flawless Spanish at a restaurant… Impressing your in-laws or Spanish-speaking family with an interesting and thoughtful conversation… Chatting away in Spanish at a bar… What an amazing experience that would be… if you could truly get over your nervousness when speaking Spanish, right?  If you’ve ever felt tongue-tied, if you have…
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X in Spanish: 4 Ways to Pronounce La Equis with Examples & Audio

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When Xóchitl and Xavier came to Mexico, they went to Taxco and Xcaret. They ate “mixiotes” with “xoconostle sauce”. This is how you pronounce the X in Spanish. X Pronunciation Example Words Like the Spanish J sound México, Xavier, Oaxaca, Texas, Xalapa As the KS sound Sexy, Axila, words starting with “ex” followed by “pr”…
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EXPLAINED: 1 Simple Trick to ALWAYS Use Bien vs Buen vs Bueno in Spanish Right

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Imagine you’re talking to a Spanish native speaker who’s helped you, and you want to say “Very good! You did a good job!”, and you start your sentence with Bien vs Buen vs Bueno. Muy… bueno… buen… bien… Hiciste un… bien trabajo… buen trabajo… bueno trabajo? Frustrating, right? Well, my friend, after reading this piece,…
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10 Fascinating Spanish Conversation Questions For Beginners❓❓

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Being an interesting conversation partner can be tough in your mother tongue… ni hablar de tener una conversación interesante en español (let alone having an interesting conversation in Spanish)… through all the stammering, stuttering, and thinking about grammar!  But shall I let you in on a secret only “professional networkers” know and that’ll help you…
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Top 8 Amazing Spanish YouTube Channels for Beginners That’ll Make You Speak Fluent Spanish 🤯

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If you’re learning Spanish, read this article to discover the 8 best Spanish YouTube channels for beginners that’ll help you finally get fluent!!  Fun fact: more than 500 HOURS of videos are published on YouTube every minute! Crazy, right?  So, in that ocean of content, how are you ever supposed to find the GOOD videos…
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Lost in Mexico: What To Say in Spanish (How to Ask and Give Directions in Spanish)

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I want you to imagine you’re in la Ciudad de México, and you want to visit the beautiful city center.  Therefore, you ask someone: “Disculpe, señor, ¿dónde está el centro de la ciudad?” (Sorry, sir, where’s there city center?) And he replies: So, do you know how to get to the city center now? I didn’t think…
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6 Tricks to Survive Your First Spanish Conversation (With Chunks)

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¡SORPRESA! ¡Esta es tu primera conversación en español! (Surprise! This is your first conversation in Spanish!) Are you prepared? No? You will be after reading this article / survival guide for your first Spanish conversation! If for some reason you still don’t feel confident enough to tackle your first real conversation in Spanish, I’ll give…
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6 Latino and Spanish Superheroes You’ve Probably Never Heard Of (Did YOU Know Them?)

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I love Superheroes… I could talk about mutants and powers and flying birds that are not birds all day long. I’m not just talking about the famous —and amazing— Marvel heroes; there are way more heroes and villains you’ve probably never even heard of!  In today’s article, we will go over 3 fictional Spanish superheroes…
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Latin American and Spanish Soccer Player Names: Can You Pronounce 9 of Their Names?

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This article is dedicated a todos los fans del fútbol (to all soccer fans) because today you’re going to discover how to pronounce the names of some of the greatest Spanish (or Latin American) soccer players!  It is never too soon to start learning how to pronounce these Spanish soccer player names correctly… so pay…
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Are You Pronouncing Celebrity Names in Spanish Wrong? – 10 Examples

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These last years we’ve seen a boom in Latin or Spanish actors in Hollywood, so here at Spring Spanish, nos dimos a la tarea (we gave ourselves the task) of helping you pronounce 10 of these —often mispronounced— names.  Are you pronouncing celebrity names in Spanish right or wrong? Are you pronouncing celebrity names in Spanish…
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Parecer in Spanish: Ultimate Guide to Parecer Conjugation (with Table)

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The verb parecer in Spanish has several meanings and nuances, and its equivalent in English, such as “to seem, to look, to look like, to appear…” can vary depending on the context. This is one of the most important verbs in Spanish. That’s why today we’re going to make sure you learn chunks, useful phrases…
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10 Best Ways to Say Yes in Spanish in Any Country (without saying ‘sí’) + Audio

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Imagine you’re NEVER allowed to use the boring word “sí’ anymore when you want to agree with someone in Spanish…   Panicking yet? Fret not, my friends! Juan, from Spring Spanish, is here to solve that because today we’ll learn 10 ways to say “yes” without saying yes in Spanish.   In Spanish, the word “yes” is…
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Irregular Verbs in Spanish: 13 Spanish Irregular Verbs with Chunks

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Many language learners tend to run away from irregular verbs in Spanish… It’s like, wait! I just learned how regular verbs work, and now you’re telling me there are irregular verbs as well??!! What??!! Why??!! Luckily, you won’t be running away after reading this article! As a language learner myself, I know that irregular verbs…
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También vs Tampoco in Spanish: Do YOU Know When to Use Which? (with FREE audio)

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También & Tampoco: What do they mean and how to use them correctly? How can you agree or disagree with someone using these two handy words? Find out in this article! Let me ask you a question: Are you here because you like Spanish? What a coincidence! ¡Yo, también! (Me too!) And what about studying…
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Valentines Day in Mexico: 14 Chunks to Talk About Valentine’s Day in Spanish

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February has come, the month of love and friendship!… in some countries, at least! That’s right, not all countries celebrate Valentine’s Day el 14 de febrero (on February 14)… and in some countries, like Mexico, people not only celebrate romantic love, but also their affection to friends and family. Who would’ve thought that Valentines Day…
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How to Form Sentences in Spanish: 3 Practice Exercises + Solutions

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Did you ever wonder about the question of how to form sentences in Spanish? let’s listen to a real conversation first, than explore this question! ALEXMaura, hace unos días unos amigos me pidieron tips sobre cómo empezar oraciones en español.(Maura, a few days ago some friends asked me for tips on how to start sentences…
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7 Important Facts About Spanish You Must Know – Countries, Letters & People Speaking

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Do you love the Spanish language? I do too! That’s why I want to present 7 important facts about Spanish in this video that will make you want to learn it even more! And as everybody knows, motivation is the most important factor when it comes to learning a language!  If you’ve been watching our…
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Spanish Restaurant Vocabulary: 6 Things for a Great Order (with Examples) 🥂

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Are you hungry? Are you thirsty? In this lesson, you will learn how to order in a restaurant with Spanish restaurant vocabulary. So, you can go to that Latin American restaurant around the corner and get a breakfast chimichanga… NO! That’s not actually Mexican food! But yes, you’ll learn how to order any delicious Latin…
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4 Forbidden Topics in Mexico: Don’t Speak About This in Mexico

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Like in every society, in Mexico, there are certain forbidden topics in Mexico that you should avoid talking about… not because there’s something wrong about them per se, but they just levantan muchas pasiones (they provoke a lot of passions) and they can turn an otherwise nice moment into an unnecessarily bitter one.  So, to…
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5 Ways to Say What in Spanish – Don’t say QUÉ, say these words and phrases instead!

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If you’re learning Spanish, probably you know how to say WHAT in Spanish: QUÉ. And if you’re a beginner, perhaps you’ve been using QUÉ whenever you haven’t understood something… That’s okay, PERO puedes mejorar (but you can do better)…  Spanish native speakers typically say “what” as “¿qué?” in Spanish. They use it similarly to English speakers,…
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Spanish Conversations Phrases: 25 Spanish Expressions You Need in Different Situations

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Be honest with me: do you really feel ready for your first real conversation in Spanish with a native? If not (or not entirely), read this article because I’ll give you the Spanish conversation phrases you need for your first conversation in Spanish. 1. Gain confidence with Spanish conversation phrases Okay, so it’s 2024 and…
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Que vs Cual: 5 Phrases in Spanish to Learn the Difference (with Examples)

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Today, we are going to talk about a Spanish grammar issue that can cause many headaches: when to use qué (what) and when to use cuál (which). So, here’s a breakdown for que vs cual.  These are two words that Spanish learners often confuse since they don’t always directly translate from English. “Qué” is typically…
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5 Mexican Telenovelas to Learn Spanish + Chunking Example Sentences

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In this lesson get ready for some drama, secretos, gritos y llantos (drama, secrets, yelling and crying). That is right, my friends, we will be exploring 5 Mexican telenovelas to learn Spanish. And also, how you can improve your Spanish while watching them!  I will give you my top 5 picks of Mexican telenovelas that…
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6 Spanish Sayings: Funny, Strange and Useful Idioms with Examples

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Did you know that the English saying “To kill two birds with one stone” has an equivalent in Spanish? That’s right!, but it changes a little in Spanish. If translated literally, this Spanish saying would go: “Matar dos pájaros con una piedra”, but Spanish-speakers probably thought that that was too hard and so they say,…
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Is Mexican Spanish RACIST? 7 Problematic Mexican Idioms

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In Mexico, the vast majority of us are very cool, friendly, warm people who treat everyone well. That’s why it’s hard for us to recognize that we have a problem with racism and discrimination against indigenous populations. But it’s time to face the question: Is Mexican Spanish racist? Well, unfortunately, we can’t completely rule out…
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Celebrating Christmas in 5 Spanish-speaking Countries 🎄(ft. AndyGM & Español con María)

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I want to wish you all ¡Feliz Navidad! (Merry Christmas!) Today, we have a very special piece because I invited some of my YouTube friends from three other Spanish-speaking countries to talk about the differences in how people celebrate Christmas in Spanish speaking countries. I’ll also cover the traditions of my own country, Venezuela, and…
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11 Spanish Names Pronounced Wrong – Examples & How to Correct Yourself

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In this article I will speak about 11 Spanish names pronounced wrong. You might think you’re pronouncing them correctly, but maybe you have actually been mispronouncing them… Disclaimer: To make sure you fully understand the pronunciation, don’t forget to watch the video! 1. José Let’s start with el primer nombre (the first name) and a…
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Learn these super important 50 essential Spanish phrases you’ll need every day

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There are essential Spanish phrases that native speakers use all the time. In this video we’re going to explore fifty of them. I’m Paulísima, your Spring Spanish teacher and with what you’re learning today you’ll be able to have a basic conversations en español. 1. Saludos y conocer a gente nueva (Greetings and meeting new…
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Talk about clothes in Spanish: Master these 6 common clothing words (audio included)

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¿Has querido chulear la ropa de alguien, pero no sabías el nombre de la ropa? (Have you ever wanted to compliment somebody’s clothes and you didn’t know the name of each item?) Would you like to know how to say the name of each clothing item you wear?  Well, don’t go anywhere, because in this…
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I like in Spanish: 5 alternatives to me gusta (with audio examples)

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Mis amigos, if you’re serious about speaking good Spanish, it’s time for you to STOP saying the same old me gusta (I like in Spanish). Try any of these 5 alternatives instead to sound exactly like a Spanish native speaker! The typical way Spanish native speakers use “me gusta” (I like in Spanish) is to…
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