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What you need to know about the differences in Spain Spanish (the Spanish spoken in Spain) and American Spanish (the Spanish that is widely used in the US) Upon arriving in Spain, if you have come from a Spanish classroom in the United States, you will...

Learning Spanish with only an English background can seem like a difficult endeavor at first. Any new language is a big first step and each language has its own oddities and differences, but the language differences between English and Spanish are particularly clear when first learning Spanish. It quickly becomes clear that...

Simply put, Spanish is a great language. Hundreds of millions of people around the world use it to communicate, both as a first and second language. In fact, research has shown that over 22 million people are studying Spanish as a second language, making it...

Not long ago, I wrote a post about Spanish vocabulary that English needs. People currently studying abroad here in Sevilla told me about how they found the post interesting. Many of the students have learned about the subtle differences in language while studying abroad. I...

English is a great language to know. One can travel all around the world and communicate with people in this international language. For hundreds of millions of us, English is our first language that we use to express our thoughts and feelings to other people....

Spanish has an incredible wealth of idioms and colloquial expressions, which you will hear in any spontaneous conversation you may have with your Spanish family or with the locals during your language course in Spain. An example of this cultural aspect are the numerous idioms...

The Spanish Language shows an extraordinary wealth of words, expressions, saying, and phrases. Like with any language, there are many colloquial terms used in different communities, providences, cities, or even neighborhoods. Today we´re going to discover the favorite Andalusian expressions of the Centro MundoLengua team....

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