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The Spanish Learner’s Guide To ‘El Misterio De La Calle De Cervantes’ Episode 3
In this episode, Carlota, Lola and Diego are awoken in the middle of the night by strange animal noises. Could this be connected to their neighbor?
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Cursing Abroad: Spanish Insults To Round Out Your Studies
So you learned how to establish rapport with someone. Now, learn how to insult their mother. Just in case.
The Spanish Learner’s Guide To ‘El Misterio De La Calle De Cervantes’ Episode 2
Find out what happens to Carlota, Lola and Diego in the second episode of the podcast!
The Spanish Learner’s Guide To ‘El Misterio De La Calle De Cervantes’ Podcast
Our learning experts break down the first episode of ‘El Misterio de la Calle de Cervantes,’ an audio podcast for Spanish language learners.
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Over two nights of debating, four of the Democratic presidential candidates broke into Spanish. But how do their language skills measure up?
How ‘Latinx’ Is Leading The Resistance Against Gendered Languages
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A Simple Guide To The Complex Topic Of Gender-Neutral Pronouns
The singular “they” is now recognized by leading dictionaries and style guides in English. What about in other languages?