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Follow Will Peach after he left his 9-5 London lifestyle in the last half of 2011 to learn Spanish to fluency and figure out what to see in Spain while living on the cheap.
Spanishto-go is a blog maintained by an hispanohablante called Henry. The site is straight-forward and almost only contains… sentences. Sure, it also contains learning tips but is mainly filled with bilingual English-Spanish sentences, ready to add to Anki. It even features Text-to-speech which isn’t all too bad (it’s a bit unnatural, but you can download the audio from the site and add it to Anki … [ Read more ]
Co-authored by native Spanish and English speakers, this blog offers useful tips, articles and audio recordings on vocabulary, idiomatic expressions, grammar, and other hints to speak like a native.
Learning or improving your Spanish? Then this is your blog. Here you’ll find English/Spanish vocabulary, idiomatic expressions, sayings, grammar explanations, FAQs, and much more!
Improve your Spanish by listening to classic fairy tales and children’s stories in Spanish!
Cody, a mischievous, lovable puppy, serves as the mascot to this free, weekly Spanish language podcast. Each week, Cody and one of his human pals from Spain, Mexico or Argentina presents a well-told tale in Spanish from a professional storyteller who is a native Spanish speaker.
All the podcasts are organized by level … [ Read more ]
Voices en Español is a blog and a podcast and a place to evangelize the Spanish language. You can find tips on learning the language as well as musings on different topics and interviews with fascinating people from all walks of life in the U.S., Latin America, and, of course, Spain.
Note that the podcasts are all free and there are transcripts available for download … [ Read more ]
A blog for those learning Spanish by a fellow student named Ramses, who decided to launch this blog to help people who struggle with Spanish and guide them to the way he took to fluency. Most of the posts are words of the day with example sentences and background information, including whether the word is regional, specific to a country, etc.