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Easy Reading + Pronunciation

And for you, who want to continue improving your Spanish rhythm, I have prepared another activity to practice, at the same time you read and enjoy, unions and pauses. The steps are as follows: Read the text. Mark the pauses. Mark the joins. Listen to the text and check if you have marked the joins and pauses. Think ...

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Understanding a TV interview

Do you admire anyone? I admire many; I'm lucky, it's true. Not all people are admirable, unfortunately; nor are admirable people admirable for everything. But I admire Óscar Camps. He is the director of Proactiva Open-arms, an NGO that was formed after the refugee crisis, after he and ...

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Vulgarisms in Spain

(Listen to this post as a blogcast or keep scrolling down to read it) Maybe you're frowning thinking that you never misspeak, that you never kick the language or the dictionary. Or maybe you're smiling thinking that it's true, that sometimes you don't speak correctly. That's what happens to ...

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Elision of vowel phonemes

It's not vulgar. Yes, it is! It sounds very vulgar to me. It sounds natural to me. I don't talk like that! I only talk like that if I relax. I hear it on the street. Don't talk like that if you want to sound good. ... These could all be OPINIONS of people who are asked if ...

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Ironic words and gestures

(Listen to this post as a blogcast or scroll down to read it) As we told you in the previous post, we are going to give you more clues so that you can understand the use of irony in colloquial conversations. So far we have explained two phonic indicators: ironic intonation and syllabication. And two linguistic ones: the superlative and the diminutive. ...

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Types of real conversations

Do you know what a euphemism is? Surely you know it, because you are a well-read person 🙂 And also because it is a word that changes very little in form in many languages. If you don't know it, with this example you will understand: A euphemism is to call spontaneous conversations stolen conversations. Exactly, "steal" is not ...

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PRONUNCIATION: Intonation 5

Level: A1-C2 With this video and downloadable PDF you will learn pronunciation and practice the intonation of exclamatory sentences with positive and negative meaning. Save to favorites

Improve your Spanish. Pronunciation guide. Part 5

Welcome to our pronunciation guide! Welcome to our pronunciation course! We are going to continue this pronunciation course with the ACCENTUATION in the sentences. This point is not too complicated, listen to the audios carefully and repeat as many times as you need. Save in favorites

SONG: It's for you

Level: A2 Contents: Fillable PDF with vocabulary, grammar, listening and pronunciation activities to work on the song "Es por ti" by Colombian Juanes. You can also download the solutions in another PDF ; ) Save to bookmarks

SONG: I'm leaving

Level: A2 Contents: Fillable PDF with grammar, listening and pronunciation activities to work on the song "Me voy" by the Mexican Julieta Venegas. You also have the solutions in the same PDF ; ) Save in favorites

Song: Ahí estás tú

Level: A1-A2 Contents: Verb gustar, song "Ahí estás tú" by Chambao. It can be written in the PDF. Save in favorites

Pronunciation: Intonation 4

PDF with activities + video to learn and practice Spanish intonation in enumerations. Level: A1-C2 Save to favorites

Song: The universe above me

Level: A1-A2 Contents: location of the tonic syllable, use of the dictionary, listening comprehension of the song "El universo sobre mí" by Amaral. It is not necessary to print; you can write it in the PDF. Save in favorites

CANCION: The story of John

Level: A2 Contents: listening comprehension of the song "La historia de Juan"; grammar: practice of the past tense indefinite; pronunciation: unions and accentuation. Save to favorites

CANCION: Rojitas las orejas

Level: A2-B1 In this PDF you will find comprehension, pronunciation, writing and grammar activities to work on and understand the song "Rojitas las orejas" by Fito & Fitipaldis. Save to favorites

CANCION: But by your side

Level: A1-A2 Contents: listening comprehension, vocabulary, grammar (PRETÉRITO PERFECTO) and pronunciation (UNIONES Y PAUSAS) activities to work on the song "Pero a tu lado" + video to sing the song. Save in favorites

PRONUNCIATION: The unions

In this video you will learn and practice how we put words together when speaking in Spanish. Level: A1-C2 Save to favorites

PRONUNCIATION: Intonation 3

Level: A1-C2 In this video you will learn pronunciation and practice the intonation of Spanish enunciative and interrogative disjunctive sentences (¿... o ... ?). Save to favorites

PRONUNCIATION: Intonation 2

Level: A1-C2 In this video you will learn pronunciation and practice the intonation of Spanish absolute enunciative and interrogative sentences. Save to favorites

PRONUNCIATION: Intonation 1

Level: A1-C2 In this video you will learn and practice the intonation of Spanish relative enunciative and interrogative sentences. Save to favorites

PODCAST: Language learning tips

Level: A2 In this podcast you can listen to an interview with a language teacher who gives tips on how to learn a foreign language better. Save to favorites

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