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15 Easy Ways to Practice Spanish Throughout the Day

15 Easy Ways to Practice Spanish Throughout the Day

Learning a new language shouldn't be limited to textbooks and coursework! Here, tutor Kaitlin W. shares her (easy) ideas for practicing Spanish throughout the day...    I don't come from a Spanish-speaking family, nor is my family from a country where Spanish is spoken. Yet every time I open my mouth to speak Spanish, I'm asked where I am from. I have a near-native accent that leaves little trace of my Anglo roots. I often make people guess what country I'm from, and I've heard … Read More

15 Easy Ways to Practice Spanish Throughout the Day
Learning a new language shouldn't be limited to textbooks and coursework! Here, tutor Kaitlin W. shares her (easy) ideas for practicing Spanish throughout the day...    I don't come from a Spanish-speaking family, nor is my family from a country where Spanish is spoken. Yet every time I open my mouth to speak Spanish, I'm asked where I am from. I have a near-native accent that leaves little trace of my Anglo roots. I often make people guess what country I'm from, and I've heard
Here's How 3 Holidays Can Help You Learn Spanish [Infographic]
As you're learning how to speak Spanish, it's a great idea to learn about the culture and Spanish traditions at the same time! Here, Honolulu, HI tutor Jinan B. shares 3 important holidays you'll want to get familiar with...   Learning about Hispanic holidays is a wonderful way to learn specific vocabulary and increase your understanding of the cultural aspects of the Spanish language. The Day of the Dead, the New Year/New Year's Eve, and Epiphany are three widely-celebrated Hispanic
10 Tricky Spanish Tongue Twisters to Try Today!
This article offers some fun Spanish tough tongue twisters to help you improve your pronunciation.  Tongue twisters (or trabalenguas) are found in many languages, and they can be very amusing for children and adults alike. But did you know that tongue twisters can also help improve your pronunciation as you're learning to speak in Spanish? Since tongue twisters each have a certain pattern, they can help you practice your oral skills by honing in on one certain sound (and sometimes two or thr
28 Spanish Phrases & Jokes That Don't Quite Translate
Have you ever tried to translate a Spanish saying, and realized it didn't quite mean the same in English? Read on as Spanish tutor Jason N. shares the meaning behind some funny Spanish phrases, sayings, and jokes so you don't get confused again!   I was exposed to my first Spanish saying back in 2009, when my Mexican host-mother told her sister that “Jason no tiene pelos en la lengua” (Jason doesn’t have hair on his tongue). When I inquired, they both laughed and explained that pe
10 Small Tweaks for Studying Spanish With a BIG Impact
Learning a new language can be a time-consuming and demanding undertaking -- there's no way around that. No matter how much you study, you won't wake up the next day fluent. But don't let that stop you! While there are no quick-fixes when it comes to learning Spanish, there are tricks and strategies for making sure you're not wasting any valuable time. And whether you're studying Spanish in school, taking lessons after work as a hobby, or gearing up for a trip to a Spanish-speaking country, t

Spanish in Detroit

Are you considering taking Spanish lessons in Detroit? Detroit has a very vibrant Hispanic population with Mexicantown at its epicenter. Of the city’s estimated 700,000 residents, nearly seven percent identify themselves as Hispanic or Latino. That means you’ll have plenty of great opportunities to practice and learn the language and lots of places where you can soak in Hispanic culture.

Supplementing Your Spanish Lessons in Detroit

There are several great ways for you to supplement your Spanish lessons with activities that will help you master the language faster. One way is to visit the many great Mexican restaurants in Detroit. When you read a menu written in Spanish, you’re getting a great lesson Spanish grammar and vocabulary.

Another great way to compliment your Spanish lessons in Detroit is to watch Spanish television stations and programs. Many of the stations have closed-captioned translations that will show in English what the actors are saying in Spanish.

When you listen to the pronunciation by native speakers, you’ll start to develop conversational Spanish skills. If there are any Spanish-speaking radio programs featuring Latin American music, you should tune in and listen for a couple hours per week, too.

Exploring Hispanic Culture in Detroit

A great way for you to stay inspired to continue taking Spanish lessons in Detroit is to visit the city’s Hispanic neighborhoods and venues. Mexicantown, which is located along Bagley Ave. and Vernor Highway near the Detroit River on the city’s east side, has many great venues to visit where you can immerse yourself in Hispanic and Latin American culture.

The Discoteca La Rancherita on Springwells St. features merengue and salsa music, and is one of the most popular Hispanic clubs and social spots in the city. Los Galanes restaurant on Bagley Ave., which offers authentic Mexican food and live music, is another great restaurant. During the summertime, the outdoor patio at Los Galanes is a popular spot for sipping margaritas, listening to Spanish music, and taking in the view of Mexicantown.

Another area you should check out is the Mexican Village restaurant also located on Bagley Ave., which is the oldest and, according to many, the best dining spot in Mexicantown. When done dining, the Matrix Theatre offers original plays and hosts community events. You can even participate in weekly Spanish-language mass at the Most Holy Redeemer Church on Junction St., which is popular among Mexicantown locals and others.

Annual Hispanic Festivals

When you’re taking Spanish lessons in Detroit, you’ll want to check out the many great festivals that are held in Mexicantown. Many of these festivals are considered to be among the best festivals in the city. The annual Cinco de Mayo Festival in May celebrates Mexico’s victory over the French military during the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. The annual Dia de la Muertos celebration in the fall also is a popular annual event that features music and celebrates Hispanic culture.

These are just a few of the venues and resources within Detroit available to Spanish learners. Speed up your language learning and immerse yourself in the Spanish culture by visiting any one of the resources mentioned above.

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