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Tomarle el pelo a alguien

This wonderful Spanish colloquial expression means to “to fool someone” or “to kid someone”, probably with the intention of teasing them. In English, we might say “to pull someone’s leg”. The origen of the expression “tomarle

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THE ALPHABET IN SPANISH (LESSON 5/44)

Welcome to lesson five! ¡Bienvenido a la lección cinco!  Listen in as Milagros takes a call from an art gallery that wants to confirm her attendance at the inauguration of a photography exhibit. Visit our Spanish

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HOW TO ASK FOR NAMES IN SPANISH (LESSON 1/44)

Welcome to lesson one! ¡Bienvenido a la lección uno!  You are going to meet two of our main characters in this first dialogue, Milagros and Diana. So the backstory is that Milagros saw a studio apartment

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Making Your Resolutions Stick

  Registrations at our online Spanish school always jump during the first two weeks of January as people embark on a fresh start learning Spanish; we are overjoyed to welcome all our new students and wish

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Trump and Spanish Speakers

Learn Some Spanish, Donald.

There are loads of great reasons politicians in the USA should learn to speak Spanish: they could improve their reach into Hispanic communities, improve themselves as role model for school kids, and show adults that it

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spanish for police officers

Spanish for Police Officers in the USA

Police departments in the United States are facing growing pressure to either hire more Latino officers, or to train their current staff to be functional in Spanish. It’s no surprise: according to the US Census Bureau,

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