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4 Simple Rules for Using Spanish Accent Marks & Tildes

  As you learn Spanish, you’ll come across rules that are important for writing. In this article, you’ll learn all about Spanish accent marks and when to use them. Most beginners ignore accent marks while learning Spanish. They don't know what they mean, or how to use them correctly. Beginners often assume that their word processor will help place them when typing in Spanish and that accent marks aren't mandatory to fully understand Spanish. This isn't true, and ignoring them only hinder … Read More

4 Simple Rules for Using Spanish Accent Marks & Tildes
  As you learn Spanish, you’ll come across rules that are important for writing. In this article, you’ll learn all about Spanish accent marks and when to use them. Most beginners ignore accent marks while learning Spanish. They don't know what they mean, or how to use them correctly. Beginners often assume that their word processor will help place them when typing in Spanish and that accent marks aren't mandatory to fully understand Spanish. This isn't true, and ignoring them only hinder
Part IV: How to Conjugate the Imperfect in Spanish
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How to Use Apps to Supplement Your Spanish Lessons
It's nice to have a little help when learning a new language. But what if help were available at the push of a button? Good news -- it is! In this article, Spanish teacher Joan B. discusses how to find and use the best Spanish learning app for you...   Spanish lessons are a great way to build a strong foundation so you can speak, write, and understand Spanish fluently. A large part of your success during lessons is what you do in between them. Reinforcing and practicing the concep
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