Listening: The Magic of Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni (Podcast) – Dual Spanish – SPJ 017

In this session, practice your Spanish comprehension skills with an article about The Magic of Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni. This Dual Conversational Spanish Practice is designed to help you understand when native Spanish speakers talk to you, or when you hear them talking on TV. Podcast Upgrade Bonus: Get access to these free bonus materials by…

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Listening: Origins of Tango (Podcast) Dual Conversational Spanish – SPJ 007

In this session, practice your Spanish comprehension skills with an article about the Origins of Tango. This Dual Conversational Spanish Practice is designed to help you understand when native Spanish speakers talk to you, or when you hear them talking on TV.     Podcast Upgrade Bonus: Get access to these free bonus materials by signing…

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Listening: The History of Colombian Coffee (Podcast) – SPJ 003

In this session, practice your Spanish comprehension skills with an article about the History of Colombian Coffee. Podcast Upgrade Bonus: Get access to these free bonus materials by signing up for a Free Membership: Downloadable PDF Guide with sentence by sentence article transcriptions Video with sentence by sentence transcript and pronunciation voice over Download link…

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How to Pronounce Phrases you can use at Customs and Immigration in a Spanish speaking Country

Phrases in Spanish for Customs and Immigration

Visiting a foreign country is an eye opening experience that invites us to learn about ourselves as we open our minds to a different world. However, there are times where having a little extra preparation can be very useful. For example, when you visit Customs and Immigrations in a Spanish speaking country. Most likely, you…

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How to Pronounce Useful Phrases when Asking for Directions in Spanish (and giving directions in Spanish)

Asking for Directions In Spanish

Walking around in a new city is one of the best ways to know more about the local culture and find interesting places to visit. But, what if you are in a Spanish speaking city? “No hay problema”, in this article we will learn words and phrases that will make the process of asking and…

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