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How to Quickly Learn to Pronounce Anything No Matter How Difficult

pronounce anythingThis is a simple technique I developed on my own as part of the Telenovela Method years ago and I’ve just never gotten around to writing about it because it never occurred to me how much trouble most people have learning to pronounce certain parts of foreign languages.  This is a simple, obvious (once you understand it) techniq

How to Learn Spanish Verb Conjugations: Which Ones First?

I’ve decided I’m going to do a series of articles on learning the Spanish verbs, with this being the first.  We’re going to lay the groundwork in this first article and in the following ones I’m going to actually teach you the basic conjugations, tenses, and moods, and I’m going to show you how to practice them on your own such that:

Learn Spanish for Real #2: “Carajo” | Slang, Expressions, and Curse Words

Welcome to the second installment of Learn Spanish for Real: Slang, Expressions, and Curse Words!  This post will be a sort of continuation on the first one in that we’ll be examining the same sentence from the same video, but a different word.
Today’s Word: “Carajo”

Your recommendations of Spanish language programs

Earlier this month I asked you, the readers of Voices en Español, for your suggestions of Spanish language schools and programs. You responded with several glowing recommendations! (¡Muchas gracias!)

Here’s what you said:

How to choose a Spanish language school

Often the best way to quickly advance one’s level of Spanish is to enroll in an intensive Spanish language program in Spain or Latin America. But how do you choose the best language academy for you?
Occasionally I see people asking for school recommendations in Spanish language and tourism forums. That’s a good first step in compiling an initial list of schools to consider, but keep in mind that everyone’s needs are different. You still have to do your own homework to find a language academy that will best suit your needs.

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