Spanish Blog 365
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Post 10 of 365 – Take a pronunciation quiz and then learn about the Spanish ‘v’ and why it sounds just like a ‘b’. Me llamo ‘Bictor’. Also, did you know
Post 9 of 365 – Greetings continued. Learn how to ask, What’s your name? and how to say, Nice to meet you. Learn good social skills so you can…
Post 8 of 365 – Become skilled with everyday greetings. Learn how to keep a conversation going. Work, social…
Post 7 of 365 – Do you worry about having an accent or if you are pronouncing the words…
Post 6 of 365 – Spanish pronunciation Part I: Vowels. Develop a near native pronunciation.
Post 5 of 365 – How to activate your numbers in Spanish so that they work for you. No more counting up on your fingers. You can do this!
Post 4 of 365 – Be proactive learning Spanish! Use this tip to build key vocabulary you need daily.
Post 3 / 365 – Have you noticed how fast Spanish-speakers speak? Learn how to ask, slow down.
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