Borrowed Spanish Words
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Jul

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Borrowed Spanish Words

You already know more Spanish than you think! As languages continue to expand and change, it’s very common for words to be “borrowed” from other languages. There are quite a number of English words that have been borrowed from Latin and/or Spanish – and I don’t just mean names of food, like “quesadilla,” “burrito,” or “piña colada

Polite Spanish Words
29
Jun

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Polite Spanish Words

There are a few words and phrases that are among the first you should understand when learning a new language. They are “foundational words” that are used in everyday conversations. Words like “yes,” “no,” “thank you,” and “you’re welcome.” Let’s take a look at a few, some you may already know…

Practice Your Spanish Speaking Skills!
22
Jun

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Practice Your Spanish Speaking Skills!

To improve in anything one should practice. Of course! You can’t become a skilled musician overnight or rise to the level of a pro athlete by exercising for a mere week. Likewise, if someone wants to learn and exceptionally speak a new language one must make the effort to practice…

How to Roll Your Tongue in Spanish
22
Jun

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How to Roll Your Tongue in Spanish

One of the questions I often hear is, “how do I make my tongue roll when pronouncing words with an R in Spanish?” I would love to say that after reading this post, your tongue will magically whip into shape, and you will be able pronounce all of your words like a native Spanish speaker. Unfortunately, the reality is, you are gonna have to work at it! Pronunciation is super important when speaking any new language…