This is just going to be a very brief post where I explain my current preference for Spanish-language news as a source of material to learn Spanish from. It applies more to those at an intermediate or higher (B1 and up I’d say) than to beginners, though now...
I love these “learn Spanish from ___” series I do, they’re great for generating short, quality blog posts when I’m equally short on ideas for new content, plus they’re immediately useful, quickly digestible, and direct, so people tend to...
The Telenovela Method 2nd Edition – How to Learn Spanish Using TV, Movies, Books, Comics, And More
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