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Colloquial Spanish Course – Talking about Books in Spanish Posted by on Jan 20, 2021

talking about books in spanish

Learn and practice colloquial vocabulary and phrases related to talking about Books in Spanish and then see if you can follow a short audio conversation in Spanish.

An Update on COVID-19 in Mexico Posted by on Jan 19, 2021

Here we are in 2021, yet we’re still talking about COVID-19. A phrase that’s often heard and is even printed on t-shirts in my home of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico is “Pinche COVID!” (F***ing COVID!). While I wish this post could be on my usual topics of holidays, food, or travel, I’m going to give an…

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Colloquial Spanish Course – Talking about The Kitchen in Spanish Posted by on Jan 13, 2021

talking about the kitchen in spanish

Learn and practice colloquial vocabulary and phrases related to talking about The Kitchen in Spanish and then see if you can follow a short audio conversation in Spanish.

Colloquial Spanish Course – Talking about school in Spanish Posted by on Jan 7, 2021

Talking about school in Spanish

Learn and practice colloquial vocabulary and phrases related to talking about school in Spanish and then see if you can follow a short audio conversation in Spanish.

Top 20 Spanish Blog Posts of 2020 (Part Two) Posted by on Dec 31, 2020

As we get ready to say adiós to 2020, it’s a good time to look back on this dumpster fire of a year and try to find something positive about it. For us here at the Spanish blog, that means going through the data to find which posts were the most popular with our readers…

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Colloquial Spanish Course – Talking about cars in Spanish Posted by on Dec 30, 2020

Learn and practice colloquial vocabulary and phrases related to talking about cars in Spanish and then see if you can follow a short audio conversation in Spanish.

Rhythms of Latin America: Gaita Zuliana Posted by on Dec 28, 2020

The gaita is one of the most important components of Venezuela’s musical heritage, as it has been representing since decades two very distinctive elements: the Zulian culture as a whole and the nationwide celebration of Christmas and the New Year’s Eve. As is the case for other Latin-American genres, Zulian gaita’s history began as a…

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