Episode 108: How to Get Started as a Translator or Interpreter (Interview with Jamila Ball, Jamii Linguists)

Episode 108 How to Get Started as a Translator or Interpreter: Interview with Jamila Ball, Jamii Linguists In this episode I interview Jamila Ball, founder and executive director of Jamii Linguists. Jamila is a Spanish linguist specializing in Black-centric language coaching that promotes intercultural connections in the African diaspora. In this interview, Jamila talks all […]

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Episode 107: Learn Spanish Verbs with Music [El día de mi suerte]

Learn Spanish Verbs with Music [El día de mi suerte] Episode 107 Learn the lyrics to the salsa song El día de mi suerte by Hector Lavoe.  You’ll learn how to easily identify Spanish verbs in the future tense and imperfect past tense.  Plus, there’s some tricky grammar in the song that we’ll help you identify and […]

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Episode 106: The Black Expat: Finding Peace of Mind in the Dominican Republic (Interview with Kayla Rodriguez)

Episode 106 The Black Expat: Finding Peace of Mind in the Dominican Republic (Interview with Kayla Rodriguez) In this episode we continue the Black Expat series with an interview with Kayla Rodriguez, a member of Spanish Con Salsa who started learning with us and has recently moved to the Dominican Republic. In this interview, Kayla […]

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Episode 105: [Q&A] How Do I Get Back on Track? (Coaching Call with Jessica)

Episode 105 [Q&A] How Do I Get Back on Track? Coaching Call with Spanish Con Salsa member Jessica If you haven’t been feeling motivated to study Spanish lately and you want to get unstuck, today’s episode is for you. You’ll get to hear part of a coaching call I had with Jessica, and how we […]

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Learn Spanish Con Salsa Podcast Episode 104: Commonly Confused Spanish Verbs [Baila esta cumbia by Selena]

Episode 104: Commonly Confused Spanish Verbs [Baila esta cumbia]

Episode 104 Commonly Confused Spanish Verbs [Baila esta cumbia] Do you know the difference between quedar and quedarse? How about when to use sentir vs. sentirse? If you’re not 100% sure, listen to this week’s episode. I’ll be breaking down the differences between some of this commonly confused Spanish verbs the the lyrics to the […]

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The Black Expat: Colombia

Episode 102: The Black Expat: Redefining a Successful Life in Colombia (Interview with Jamarr Black, Part 2)

Episode 102 The Black Expat: Redefining a Successful Life in Colombia (Interview with Jamarr Black, Part 2) Can you imagine living on only $300 USD/month? That’s exactly what Jamarr Black did when he first moved to Cali, Colombia. In part 2 of our conversation, Jamarr shares how much money you need to live comfortably in […]

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Episode 101: The Black Expat: Spanish Language Immersion in Colombia (Interview with Jamarr Black, Part 1)

Episode 101 The Black Expat: Spanish Language Immersion in Colombia (Interview with Jamarr Black, Part 1) The Black Expat series continues with a spotlight on Colombia. In my interview with Jamarr Black, he shares why he decided to leave his job as a technical writer in Washington, DC to move to Cali, Colombia and how […]

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Episode 100: Learn Spanish & Japanese with Music [Bachata en Fukuoka]

Episode 100 Learn Spanish & Japanese with Music: Bachata en Fukuoka This week, we’re celebrating our 100th episode! Our listeners share their favorite moments from the show, and we break down the lyrics to the song Bachata en Fukuoka by Dominican artist Juan Luis Guerra with a very special guest. Learn about the passive voice […]

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Episode 99: Balancing Business and Motherhood in a Multilingual Household (Interview with Errol de Jesus)

Episode 99 Balancing Business and Motherhood in a Multilingual Household (Interview with Errol de Jesus) Interview with Errol de Jesus, a trilingual copywriter, author, and translator who speaks English, Spanish, and Japanese. Errol is the founder of Morenita Mommy, a blog where she shares her experiences as a Black mother raising a multicultural family. She’s also […]

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