Let's learn some travel Spanish together. "El avión se ha demorado cuatro veces" - "the plane has been delayed four times" - "the plane is two hours late" - "sonofabitch" - "hijueputa"/"joder" (Iberian") A post shared by Andrew Tracey (@andrewhasacamera) on Feb 22,... Read more
Note: this is a repost from my German blog. The original article is here. I’ve tried six different tutors at this point (5 professional, 1 “community” tutor which is just someone who doesn’t teach the language as their day job and does online... Read more
I’m currently doing the iTalki 2015 Language Challenge which is where if you take at least 20 hours of instruction via their tutors then you can win 400 ITC (iTalki Credits, which are used to buy lessons with the tutors on there, with ten of them costing $1US).... Read more
Wow. I can’t possibly tell you how relieved I am that it’s finally over (see that over there? that’s my best “I’m so relieved” face, though it more looks like I’ve just become incontinent). I decided almost two years ago... Read more
Hi guys, short little post here, primarily to share a video with you I just did but I also wanted to add some things that I didn’t get to in the video. I’ve mentioned several times that SpanishDict is my preferred Spanish dictionary and my preferred... Read more
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