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20 Spanish Traditions, Customs, and Superstitions

20 Spanish Traditions, Customs, and Superstitions

One of the best ways to improve your understanding of the Spanish language is to learn more about Spanish traditions and culture. A major aspect of any culture is its traditions. Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries have distinct traditions that are fascinating to learn about and may inspire you to plan a visit. No matter where you are in your Spanish lessons, you will love learning about these Spanish holidays, superstitions, customs, and Spanish traditions! Spanish Traditions … Read More

20 Spanish Traditions, Customs, and Superstitions
One of the best ways to improve your understanding of the Spanish language is to learn more about Spanish traditions and culture. A major aspect of any culture is its traditions. Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries have distinct traditions that are fascinating to learn about and may inspire you to plan a visit. No matter where you are in your Spanish lessons, you will love learning about these Spanish holidays, superstitions, customs, and Spanish traditions! Spanish Traditions
Moving to Spain: 10 Expats Share Their Insight
Moving to Spain is an exciting decision! It’s your chance to learn about a new culture, get better at speaking Spanish, and live experiences that would never otherwise be available to you. Whether you are moving to Spain for work, study, or just an adventure, you are likely to have a number of qualms and concerns. But don't worry -- we're here to help you make a smooth transition. The Cost of Living in Spain Although the cost of living in Spain has increased over the last few years, it
8 Outstanding Spanish Learning Websites to Bookmark Now
The web is full of resources for learning Spanish and testing your skills! Here, New York, NY tutor Lauren P. shares some of her favorites...   Interested in learning Spanish? While working with a private tutor is the best way to learn a new language, there are also tons of resources you can use in between your lessons to practice your skills and have a little fun. Here's a roundup of Spanish learning websites to add to your bookmark list. 1. Duolingo Bookmark Duolingo to make learnin
5 Most Common German Pronunciation Mistakes
Are you having trouble with your German pronunciation? Below, German teacher Tyler S. shares the five most common German pronunciation mistakes and how to avoid them... Learning how to speak proper German can be difficult. Don’t be discouraged, however, if you feel stuck and can’t figure out how to pronounce certain sounds. After all, it’s hard to articulate sounds when they don’t exist in your native language. In this article, I will walk you through the top five most common German
Italian Grammar: Mastering the Informal and Formal 'You'
When it comes to Italian grammar, understanding the informal and formal 'you' can be very difficult. Below, Italian teacher Giulio G. shares some tips and tricks on how master this common Italian grammar conundrum... In the Italian language, there are three ways to say 'you'; tu (informal) Lei (formal) and Voi (plural). For beginner Italian students, it can be difficult to determine the correct form when speaking. After all, there's only one 'you' in the English language. Nonetheless,

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