Category Archives: Spanish

5 Great Books in Spanish for Intermediate Learners

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Most people think of language learning as a dry, academic exercise. But what if you could make the process more enjoyable and creative? That’s where literature comes in. Reading books in Spanish – even if you don’t understand every word – can help you learn the language in a fun and enriching way. Not only(…)


How To Learn Spanish With Your Favorite Telenovelas

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Telenovelas, which account for the vast majority of dramatic productions in countries like Mexico and Colombia, are one of Latin America’s biggest cultural exports. Traditionally, they focus on rivalry, revenge, family secrets, and a central love story that defies social conventions. But did you know that you can also learn Spanish with telenovelas? Because the(…)


Cook & Learn: The Best International New Year’s Eve Recipes to Practise Foreign Languages

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As the new year approaches, it’s impossible to look back on 2020 and not feel it was a bit lacklustre (to say the least!). For this reason, we believe that this time around New Year’s Eve has to be a true celebration. Even though most countries around the world are still under COVID-19 restrictions, you(…)


The Best 5 Beer Festivals for Language Lovers

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If you love languages and beer, you can combine them at a beer festival! They are the perfect place to party, taste exotic beers and brush up on your informal vocabulary in your target language. It doesn’t matter if you’re learning German, French or Chinese, you’ll be able to find a beer fest for you anywhere(…)


4 Genuine Ways to Improve Your Spanish Verb Conjugations

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Nothing sends a chill up the spines of Spanish language learners quite like the phrase “verb conjugations”. Verbs are certainly one of the trickier aspects of Spanish and it is not uncommon for new learners to struggle to master them. While verb conjugations may seem like unpredictable and frustrating creatures (dare we even mention, shudder,(…)