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Speak like a native with Spanish Tutor

One of the best ways to learn Spanish is to take lessons with a native speaker. But if you're like me and don't have the time to attend classes, or the money, the options look limited.

Well before you get all woe-betid...

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Six Reasons to Learn Spanish With a Sitcom


We've all been there: you want to learn a language but the thought of where to start is almost more difficult than the task itself. Not only that, but you haven't got time to pore over Spanish grammar books every day, so your dream of travelling the world...

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Punto y Coma Presentation Video

5 Jan 2012 12:05:48

Happy New Year or should we say, ¡Feliz año nuevo! We've just added to our site a new video presentation of Punto y Coma, the bi-monthly audio magazine for intermediate to advanced speakers of Spanish. The video, which has been produced by the publishers ...

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It would seem that Spanglish, the combination of English mixed with Spanish is truly becoming a significant force in youth culture in the U.S., according to a piece on the BBC's News site. It will be interesting to see over the next few years if, as a res...

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Bilingual Spanish-English elementary education would appear to be a win-win for both first language English speakers and first language Spanish speakers according to the latest research reported in the Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinal. Maybe language-...

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Spanglish: Blending the languages

22 Feb 2010 15:30:30

Interesting article on Spanglish, code switching from English to Spanish, in this Saturday's Chicago Sun-Times. There's plenty of debate about the effect of English on European languages but, judged by the example of the Latino communities in the U.S., co...

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