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  1. ¡Hola, Amigos! After teaching to over than 6000 students vai the Udemy course, New content is added and this time it's all on our new platform, which is optimized through our experience over the years in teaching Español to all our awesome students. Still, not only the content that is edited and updated! we are providing 1-on-1 Skpye/Zoom call time with our professional tutors that lasts up to 60 mins, to provide you the best environment to understand grammar, learn vocabulary and practice conversation skills. check the link for more details and to enroll : Languag3 ¡Hasta luego!
  2. Hello Two years ago, I set out to make ideal language teaching tool. Anyone who has learnt a language knows that media content in the language you are learning is an essential ingredient in learning a language. With this as the basis, I made an app that uses stories as the centre piece of its teaching. The app is called Cascade Spanish and it teaches Spanish using Spanish stories (literally). The stories are designed to teach you Spanish from you just reading and listening to them without using a dictionary or flashcard. For more information, see https://www.cascadelanguages.com.au/
  3. Hello! I'm Deniz, 17 years old with a not-so great memory. I do have the motivation for learning another language, but not really the time as I am taking college and high school classes. I was thinking thirty minutes a day for seven days a week sounds like a plan. That's 168 hours per year; 3 hours 30 minutes / per week. If I were diligent, the numbers would be higher. Do you think 30 minutes is impractical? I don't have to be fluent in the third language, but I would like to be proficient. I speak fluent English as it is my native tongue and I know a good chunk of Turkish, though I should seek improvement. It is my second language; my parents speak fluent Turkish. I live in USA, Texas. Majority of the people in my school are Spanish-speaking. If I were to learn Mexican-Spanish, it would benefit me as most hiring jobs pick the person that knows both Spanish and English over the person that knows only English. It is also the 2nd most spoken language. I will be taking college Spanish 1 and 2 during the summer as it is a requirement for my Associate's degree. I'm not at all interested in the language itself, even though I have many close friends who speak Spanish. I rather learn any other language, but I do realize the benefits of Spanish. However, I'm a sucker for Korean dramas as I have watched at least 220+ Korean dramas (consisting of 16-120 episodes that are an hour each). I have picked up a few Korean phrases, but I'm no where near a beginner level of the Korean language. I adore the language and I would love to learn Korean, especially since I plan to visit Seoul once I am in my 20's. Another thing is that my father speaks Persian (Farsi). It is his native tongue, however he only speaks English and Turkish around the house. If I were to ask him to practice Persian with me, I know he would be willing to. Though, he does not know how to read or write the language because he forgot over time. All of my dad's side speaks Persian, so I would be able to get closer to them. I am interested in learning either Korean, Persian (Farsi) or Mexican-Spanish. Based off the languages I already know and the background knowledge you know of me, which language do you think would be easier for me to learn? Or the best, in your opinion and why.
  4. Hi guys! My name is Emily, and I help translate health questions and answers into Spanish and Chinese for HealthTap. HealthTap is the leader in telehealth where doctors across 130 specialties can answer any health question for free and provide virtual consults 24/7 through our premium services. We are proud to announce that we have just launched HealthTap Translations, which will now allow people everywhere in the world access important information about their health online - no matter what language they speak! We are currently looking for volunteers to help us translate our library of doctor curated health questions and answers into different languages. This is a great way to practice medical terminology as well as gain exposure and experience in the translation space, as we’ve received high praise from Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Forbes, Fortune, and CNN. Most importantly, as a HealthTap Translator, you will spread health and wellness ideas to millions of users internationally each day. To sign up, please click here: https://www.healthtap.com/translate For any questions, feel free to email: [email protected]
  5. Online Languages ® Discord is a dedicated server hosting interactive language-related activities: learning, teaching, studying, translating and exchanging. We Offer: English, French, Arabic, Turkish, Portuguese, Italian, Hindi, Russian, Spanish, German, Dutch, Polish, Chinese and much more.. Hope you enjoy being a part of our highly active community! To join us you should follow these steps : 1-You should install discord from the play store. 2-Then you sign up on discord . 3-You will find symbol + with green color in the left side you click on that and you choose the last option 'join the a server. then you paste the link ⬇️ https://discord.gg/5TA3BGUuGR
  6. Spanish can be a really hard to learn but when your equiped right it can be much easier, in this text im going to propose you one of the best site to learn spanish in just a few day, is that cool ?!? The site is totally leagit and got more than 6000 student that are determinated to learn spanish. Click here for more info (or the link below) and to learn spanish in a good environement with nice people! Que tengo un buen dia! https://bit.ly/3tZO3gM
  7. ¡Hola! Me llamo Emi y vivo en Polania. Estudio español porque quiero vivir en España. Especialmente en Valencia. Mi espańol es mal pero intiendo. ¿Tienen sugestiónes?
  8. ¡Hola a todos! Quería compartirles este video con algunas expresiones de deseo (con la estructura que+ presente del subjuntivo) que pueden ser muy útiles en situaciones de la vida cotidiana como despedirse, felicitar o dar un saludo de cumpleaños. Espero que les guste. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9xMEt77g8o
  9. Hello! I am Vincent. I had a hard time learning Spanish. But I found a learning method that changed my life! I'm here to share this with you guys so you can use the same method as I did =) For the link to the method! https://bit.ly/2NZooVu Studies show that 95% of those who learn a language during an extended stay in a foreign country can speak the language in a much better way than those who do not immerse themselves in the new language. For most people, the easiest and most effective way to learn a new language is to speak a lot. In this way, new neuronal pathways and connections are formed in your brain. Very soon you will be able to use the new skills confidently. We have understood this principle and developed a new language learning program that allows you to speak your new language from day one, whether at home or on the go. Try it yourself, and you will see how much easier language learning is than with traditional language course.
  10. !Hola! Soy de Estados Unidos, hablo inglés y quiero un compañero que habla español nativo para practicar español. Soy estudiante universidad y estoy buscando por un amigo conversación. !Muchas Gracias! Lyn B.
  11. Get this free program to learn Spanish and speak Spanish in 24hrs straight.(CUT)
  12. Below I have done a translation from Spanish into English. I have highlighted some things that I'm not sure are totally natural in English and am open to suggestions. Also if you think I have translated something wrong in meaning please feel free to mention ! Ya se sabe que los tribunales nunca se equivocan. Ergo Carlos Aguirre es un marrano. La cosa es que la Audiencia Provincial madrileña ha denegado el procesamiento de un policía que había sido acusado de empujar y abofetear a Carlos Aguirre, un leguleyo. Todo empezó cuando Aguirre se encontraba deambulando por la ciudad. Primer indicio sospechoso, ya que es público y notorio que los abogados de pro permanecen al pie del cañón en sus despachos y no zascandileando por las calles como golfos. Ello es que el susodicho Carlos (nombre de terrorista internacional, ténganlo en cuenta) contempló por azar cómo un policía perseguía a un hombre. Dicen los testigos de la acusación que el inspector alcanzó al tipo, le atizó con la porra y lo sometió. Y que entonces le puso las esposas y, llevado sin duda por un calentón de pasión persecutoria, prosiguió zurrando al detenido, que a la sazón se encontraba tirado en el suelo, con las manos atadas y sangrando un poquito, casi nada. Emocional momento que aprovechó el vil Carlos Aguirre para acercarse, proclamarse abogado y exigir que dejara de pegarle. Un exceso de petulancia repugnante. Ahora el abogado dice que el inspector lo tomó a mal y que le empujó y abofeteó. Faltaría más, vaya un quejica. Total, que Aguirre acusó al policía de agresión. Blanda canalla ésta que se duele por un supuesto par de tortas. Menos mal que la Audiencia ha denegado el procesamiento y con hábil instinto ha sugerido al juez de instrucción que investigue la actuación del abogado. Porque en el transcurso del forcejeo, dice la Audiencia, el pobre inspector resultó lesionado en una mano con el bolígrafo que Carlos Aguirre llevaba. Pérfida alimaña el tal Carlitos, capaz de abalanzarse sobre el inerme policía blandiendo un peligrosísimo bolígrafo. De todos es sabido que ésta es el arma más letal, más ruin y más rastrera. No los bolígrafos explosivos, cuya elegancia y señorío ha sido demostrado a lo largo de los años por la extrema derecha, sino el bolígrafo común, que es la sádica daga de la plebe. Vista la alevosía de Aguirre, no me queda sino pedir que lo empapelen. It is already known that the courts are never wrong. Ergo Carlos Aguirre is a swine. The thing is that the Provincial High Court of Madrid has denied the prosecution of a police officer who has been accused of shoving and hitting Carlos Aguirre, a pettifogger. It all started when Aguirre was found wondering around the city. The first suspicious sign, since it is public knowledge and well known that good lawyers remain hard at work at their desks and not aimlessly wondering the streets like a good-for-nothing. That is, the aforementioned Carlos (bearing in mind also the name of an international terrorist) accidently observed how a police officer pursued a man. Witnesses of the incident say that the inspector caught up with the man, beat him with the baton and subdued him. He then went on to handcuff the man and was led without question by a heat of persecutory passion, and continued to wallop the detainee, that at the time was found lying on the floor, with his hands tied and bleeding a little, practically nothing. An emotional moment that the vile Carlos Aguirre took advantage of in order to get closer to declaring himself a lawyer and demanding that he ought to have stop hitting him. A surplus of disgusting arrogance. Now the lawyer says that the police inspector took it badly and pushed and hit him. No doubt a cry baby. In summary, Aguirre accused the police officer of aggression. A delicate swine that gets hurt by a light slapping. It’s just as well that the hearing has denied the prosecution and with skilful instinct has suggested to the examining magistrate that is investigating the lawyer’s charges. Because during the unfolding of the struggle, the High Court says, the poor police inspector ended up with a hand injury from the pen that Carlos Aguirre carried. The double-crossing vermin, Carlos the man in question, who was capable of pouncing at the defenceless policeman, whilst wielding an extremely dangerous pen. As everyone knows, it is the most lethal, vicious and foul weapon. Not the explosive pens, whose elegance and majesty has been shown over the years by the far right, but the common pen, the sadistic dagger of the commoner. In view of Aguirre’s treachery, nothing remains for me to ask that they prosecute him.
  13. 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 your vocab forever! We'd love it if you gave it a shot and let us know how we could make it even better for language learners Check it out here! www.usefluent.co
  14. Wouldn't it be nice if all you had to do to learn Spanish was listen to Spanish audio? That the very act itself of just listening to Spanish taught you Spanish? This is what Cascade Spanish is designed to do. It is a content streaming platform (e.g. Spotify) that teaches Spanish using Spanish audio stories. It takes less than an hour for the app to hand you your first story and the stories have these properties: 1) ~90% (or greater) of the words in any story will be words the app has taught you up to the point. 2) The stories form a Spaced Repetition System, that is, new words are introduced and spread across the stories at a high rate that is designed to teach you the new words from you just consuming the stories. https://www.cascadelanguages.com.au/
  15. Hey Linguaholics, Few years back I moved to Barcelona with zero Spanish, after months of Duolingo + tutors, I made small progress, but grammar was always a bit of pain. When covid hit, me and my biddy decided to improve our Spanish grammar and built tool for ourselves. It's a mix of theory and flash cards on steroids for grammar, with zero setup and optemised learning plan. We will be launching it next week, but would love to know your feedback on if that might be a problem for you and if what we do resonates with it. Feel free ro drop any suggestions and feedback. http://grammargrizzly.com Thank you Alex
  16. I'm a Spanish teacher on lockdown because of the pandemic, I want to help you learn Spanish. I'm a native Spanish speaker, currently on lockdown I'm Bilbao, north Spain. To exorcise the virus scare and to show myself I can do something useful for someone even if I can't teach my classes while the lockdown lasts, I've decided to start creating content for people who are learning Spanish. I made a first video to gather some advice from you. If you can watch it and answer (here or on YouTube) it would mean so much for me Here's the link to the video: Thanks to all of you, I hope I can help you even just a little bit. Channel: Spanish with Lx
  17. Hi! I'm developing an application to learn various languages from ground up: starting with alphabet and continuing into sentence building and writing. I need feedback and I would love to give everyone codes for the full version so you don't have to watch ads. I try to post updates weekly adding fresh content and new games. It has quite a few cool features: - Various languages available for offline learning: Thai, Russian, Korean, Spanish, French (more languages on the way!) - Alphabet and spelling activities – build the foundations of your language knowledge. - Grammar drills – practice useful grammar structures for daily communication. - Real-life conversation examples – be ready to speak while go to another country. - Language tips - listen to step-by-step explanations and real-life examples that you can use right away. - Lesson dictionary - you don't need to look for a dictionary to find a word you don’t know. - Fun randomly generated games and quizzes to track your progress - revise and improve your language skills in fun games that are generated uniquely each time you play them. - Dictionary - browse through all the words with examples from all the courses to revise them. - Favorite words - add words from lessons to revise them! - Achievements and progress - track your improvements and progress easily. - Frequent updates – extend your skills with more topics covered and brand-new games. It's available on Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.codescape.learngo
  18. I'm a Spanish teacher on lockdown because of the pandemic, I want to help you learn Spanish. I'm a native Spanish speaker, currently on lockdown I'm Bilbao, north Spain. To exorcise the virus scare and to show myself I can do something useful for someone even if I can't teach my classes while the lockdown lasts, I've decided to start creating content for people who are learning Spanish. I made a first video to gather some advice from you. If you can watch it and answer (here or on YouTube) it would mean so much for me :) Here's the link to the video: https://youtu.be/toxoCrxK7d0 Thanks to all of you, I hope I can help you even just a little bit. Channel: Spanish with Lex
  19. Hola! Me llamo Megan, y llevo cinco anos estudiando espanol. He buscado personas que quieren hablar espanol, pero ya no he tenido suerte. Si quieres hablar espanol conmigo, responde aqui : ) (lo siento por los acentos, mi taclado no los tiene :/ )
  20. Hello. I've come across an instance of the imperfect subjunctive in a book that I'm reading but I can't figure out why the writer used that tense because the example doesn't fit with any of the rules that I know for imperfect subjunctive. The book is written in Ecuadorian Spanish. Here's what I read (the confusing verb tense is underlined): [the situation happening before the quote in question is that a man has come home all excited and happy because his baby has just been born. He goes into the room where his wife and sleeping baby are. He picks up his baby and becomes sad thinking about the struggle that the baby will have in life and the text says:] <<"llegaste a este valle de lágrimas"--dijo con enorme tristeza que constrastaba con la bulliciosa alegría que demostrara minutos antes>> So when I read it, I wonder why the writer didn't just use preterite or imperfect indicative (demostró, demostraba) and I can't see how the use fits with any rules I know (the rules I know are what is listed in this webpage: https://www.spanishdict.com/guide/spanish-imperfect-subjunctive) If anyone can help me anlayze this, I would really appreciate it. Thank you.
  21. Learn Spanish by speaking is a revolutionary language course that enables everyone to learn Spanish and become fluent. https://bit.ly/2x1DDoq
  22. Learn Spanish by speaking is a revolutionary language course that enables everyone to learn Spanish and become fluent. https://bit.ly/2x1DDoq
  23. Hello there! My name is Rosa. If you´re looking for a fun, social and engaging way to improve your Spanish grammar, vocabulary, listening and speaking skills, I´d love to help! I have a degree in pedagogy and expertise in teaching Spanish. I adapt to different levels (Beginners-Advanced) in an agreeable and comfortable way. I am currently offering online courses via Skype! I charge 15€ per hour, and my first half hour is free of charge. Please contact me if you´re interested in speaking one-to-one in Spanish, enjoyably and with useful guidance. I hope to hear from you soon! [email protected]
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