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muy and mucho

When to Use Muy and Mucho In Spanish

By Victoria | Blog

Do you struggle with knowing when to use muy and mucho? These two words tend to cause an awful lot of confusion among Spanish students. Both muy and mucho are widely used among native Spanish speakers so it is important you learn not only to differentiate them, but also how to use them correctly. As complicating as certain […]

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Benefits of learning Spanish

11 Great Benefits of Learning Spanish

By Victoria | Blog

There are so many great benefits of learning Spanish that it’s hard to name just 11. I imagine, you can probably think of several yourself. I’m going to focus on the ones that I think will leave you wondering “what am I waiting for?!”. The first step is to create the habit. All you need is to put […]

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verbos reflexivos

Verbos Reflexivos – Todo Lo Que Necesitas Saber

By Adriana | Blog

Hoy en día es muy común prepararse para enfrentar el día que nos espera y, para eso, necesitamos una serie de actividades diarias. Más y más publicaciones aseguran que cepillarse el pelo con frecuencia, aplicarse crema hidratante todas las noches o lavarse el cuerpo con productos naturales son solo una parte de una vida sana.Want to […]

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saber vs. conocer

Saber vs. Conocer Rules | Practical Tips & Examples

By Victoria | Blog

Have you  ever heard this eye-rolling phrase that plagues the Spanish language: “it depends on the context”?  Well, this is one of those moments. Only this time, the contexts are pretty clear, with little room for overlapping, yay!The English language is, for this purpose, blissfully concise. The verb ‘to know’ is used for all the circumstances […]

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Dominican slang expressions

11 Dominican Slang Expressions and Words to Learn

By Nate Alger | Blog

Post Updated: July 8th, 2018​Spanish vocabulary can vary greatly between countries. Using the vocabulary of one country in another can draw weird looks or result in confusion or even an insult. Learning the vocabulary and slang of the country in which you plan to spend time, will help you become more immersed in the culture. Plus, you […]

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