Profesiones en español
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Profesiones en español

Hola, amigos estudiantes del mundo del español. Hoy estamos aquí para practicar un tema bastante interesante que seguramente te va a encantar. Te pregunto: ¿A qué te dedicas? / ¿Cuál es tu profesión? Es muy sencillo, así que no te preocupes Yo soy profesor Tú eres doctor o doctora En primer lugar, si queremos saber...

Nacionalidades en español
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Nacionalidades en español

Hola, amigos estudiantes del mundo del español. Hoy estamos aquí para practicar un tema bastante interesante. Estoy seguro que te va a gustar saber cómo puedes decirle a una persona el país de donde eres en español. Por ejemplo: Yo soy cubano. Soy de Cuba. ¿Y tú? ¿De dónde eres? Hoy vamos a hablar de...

5 Top Mistakes English Speakers Make in Spanish
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5 Top Mistakes English Speakers Make in Spanish

In many ways English is very similar to Spanish, it shares the same alphabet as well as a significant amounts of vocabulary, expressions and grammar. But this similarity can also cause students to make basic errors. In this article, we will learn about the 5 top mistakes English speakers make in Spanish, and as always,...

Por and Para: Rules, Hacks and Idioms
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Por and Para: Rules, Hacks and Idioms

So you started with the Spanish prepositions and you thought it was cool until you had to deal with por and para? Why two words? Do they mean the same? How do I know when to use each? These questions are very common among all Spanish students. Learning how to use por and para can...

How to make the most of your spare time self-studying Spanish
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How to make the most of your spare time self-studying Spanish

How to make the most of your spare time self-studying Spanish So you started learning Spanish but can’t come to classes. Don’t worry there are lots of self-study options to ensure that you keep learning and don’t lose your hard earned vocabulary. The trick is to find a method that you find fun, and schedule...

Why and what to learn Spanish (in Latin America) for?
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Why and what to learn Spanish (in Latin America) for?

Why and what to learn Spanish (in Latin America) for? An adverbial answer Spanish is one of the most ancient romance languages of human kind, it originated from Latin, as a result of social factors and historic developments that influenced the use of Latin in the specific area of the Iberian Peninsula. Nowadays, as a...

Top 5 things you can buy in CUP in Cuba
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Top 5 things you can buy in CUP in Cuba

One of the most distinctive characteristics of daily life in Cuba is the use of two currencies. Initially it can be a little complicated trying to make sense of two completely different sets of notes and coins but with the following tips you acting like a local in no time. In terms of changing your...

5 common myths about cubans
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5 common myths about cubans

In recent years, international events have made Cuba the topic of conversation around the world – but ironically the country remains one of the most misunderstood from a political, social and economic perspective. Here are five of the most common Cuban myths. All Cubans can dance: This is probably the most famous myth about Cubans....

Visas and Cuba
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Visas and Cuba

The definitive guide to Cuban visas requirements What visas and approvals you need to travel to Cuba remains the most commonly asked question for people interested in visiting or studying in Cuba. Unfortunately, the answer is not as straight forward as it should ideally be. The first thing to do is to separate Cuban requirements...

Why you can’t learn salsa without speaking a little Spanish
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Why you can’t learn salsa without speaking a little Spanish

You may think that there is no relationship between salsa and Spanish. Most dance teachers know how to speak enough English to teach you the basics…but you would be wrong! Spanish and Latin dance are so intertwined that it is hard to imagine one without the other and by learning a little bit of Spanish...