• Learn some differences in the vocabulary, pronunciation and grammar of Spain and Latin America. (Good for early intermediates)

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    De entrada hay…

    As a starter there is…

    1. Get to know different Spanish expressions for talking about food and restaurants in Spain and Latin America.
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    ¿Necesitas una pastilla para el dolor?

    Do you need a painkiller?

    1. Practice useful expressions for visiting the doctor in Latin America and understanding directions in Spanish.
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    The pronunciation of "ll" and "y"

    1. Learn how to pronounce the sounds "ll" and "y" in Spanish.
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    Pronouns

    1. Discover how to say "you all" in Latin American and European Spanish and when to use pronouns to talk about people.
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    Estoy en el segundo piso.

    I'm on the second floor

    1. Practice useful expressions for daily life and everyday objects in Spanish.
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    The pronunciation of "c" and "z"

    1. Learn how to pronounce the sounds "c" and "z" in different varieties of Spanish around the world.
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    The pronunciation of "s"

    1. Learn how to pronounce the sound "s" in different Spanish-speaking countries.
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    Diminutives

    1. Learn about the diminutive ending of words, to make things sound small or cute in Latin America.
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    Tengo dos boletos para el camión…

    I have two tickets for the bus…

    1. Get to know useful expressions for traveling by bus or car in Mexico and discover what makes Mexican Spanish unique.
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    Necesito unos pantalones de mezclilla...

    I need a pair of jeans

    1. Practice useful expressions for shopping in Mexico and different words for clothes in Spanish.
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    The pronunciation of "x"

    1. Learn how to pronounce "x" in Spanish around the world, including its unique pronunciation in Mexico.
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    Past Tenses

    1. Learn how to talk about things that happened in the past in Latin American and Mexican Spanish.
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