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25 Creative Writing Prompts to Practice Spanish

25 Creative Writing Prompts to Practice Spanish

Want to perfect your Spanish and put your knowledge of vocabulary, grammar, and sentence structure to practice? Try these 25 Spanish writing prompts that tutor Joan B recommends...   To improve your Spanish, it’s important to apply the concepts you’re learning directly in practice. Writing is an especially helpful way to do this, since you can develop and practice specific grammatical structures, and then ask for feedback from a native speaker, your tutor, or a teacher. The Spa … Read More

25 Creative Writing Prompts to Practice Spanish
Want to perfect your Spanish and put your knowledge of vocabulary, grammar, and sentence structure to practice? Try these 25 Spanish writing prompts that tutor Joan B recommends...   To improve your Spanish, it’s important to apply the concepts you’re learning directly in practice. Writing is an especially helpful way to do this, since you can develop and practice specific grammatical structures, and then ask for feedback from a native speaker, your tutor, or a teacher. The Spa
12 Things I Learned After Moving to Mexico | An Expat's Take
Want to learn Spanish fast? Moving to a Spanish-speaking country is a great way to immerse yourself in the culture and fast-track your language-learning experience. While Spain is known for its beauty -- and the Spanish culture is certainly exciting -- don't forget about Mexico as an option! Living in Mexico can be a fantastic experience, as many expats can attest to. We recently connected wiith Tina over at Los Gringos Locos, and her article featuring her observations definitely stood ou
17 Useful French Expressions for Talking About Your Feelings
Quick -- how do you feel right now? Wouldn't it be fun to say that in French? In this article by French tutor Roman N., you'll learn how to express your feelings in French, no matter what the situation...   The French are very expressive people and they use a great number of interesting phrases to make their feelings known. I truly believe that learning them along with your regular French verbs and vocabulary will benefit you in many ways. Thus, I created a couple of very cute
10 Questions You Must Answer Before You Study Abroad in France
Do you dream of attending classes in France? French tutor Carol Beth L. has done just that! Here, she shares how to study abroad in France, and the questions you must answer before you go... 1) What kind of program are you searching for? Many students study abroad for a semester or for a year as an undergraduate. If this is your situation, your college or university will likely have one or more approved programs to which you can apply. While some programs may be best suited for Fren
Moving to Italy? Expats Reveal Their Secrets to Surviving and Flourishing in Italy
Did you know that there’s an estimated 50,000 Americans who’ve temporarily or permanently relocated to Italy? Whether it’s for work, warmer temperatures, or simply a new start, Americans are buying one-way tickets to Italy. And we don’t blame them! The country’s food, weather, people, and culture make it a very desirable place to live. Don’t be fooled, however, by the laissez faire lifestyle. Moving to Italy—or any foreign country for that matter—is no walk in the park. Moving to

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