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  1. Salut! I'm probably more lazy than most, but I've always struggled with remembering vocabulary. I took French in high school and college, and have had an "on and off again" relationship with practicing ever since. There's always so many things I want to do, and French ends up taking a backseat. I'm a developer, so me and a few friends made a free chrome extension to fix this. It immerses you in French or Spanish vocabulary on any website you visit. It's a pretty cool way to pick up new words, and it's really subtle, so you can keep it on for months at a time - and stay up to date with you
  2. Hello, Can somebody help me understand the difference between these? Are some more popular in certain country/countries than others? Are all of them informal? All of my coursebook only had "qué tal" or "Cómo estás", and for many years I was sure that's the only way to say "how are you?" And now I've started seeing these other expressions on the Internet and I'm a bit confused. I understand the meaning but why do some people use this or that expression? Does it depend on the country? Thanks in advance! Ania
  3. Hi guys A friend and I came up with an awesome idea on how to increase and practice Spanish vocabulary. What if some of the words in the text we already read on the internet, were translated to their Spanish translation? So we'll read them in context? So we built it! Lynonym.com - Feel free to try us out and let me know what you think!
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