Episode 74: Explore Latin American Culture through Stories Pt. II (Interview with Carolina Quiroga, Tres Cuentos)

Episode 74 Explore Latin American Culture through Stories Pt. II (Interview with Carolina Quiroga, Tres Cuentos) In this episode, I interview Carolina Quiroga–storyteller, performer, author, and host of the bilingual podcast Tres Cuentos. Tres Cuentos explores historical and literary narratives of Latin America. Last year, the podcast was mentioned by Oprah magazine as one of […]

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Episode 73: Explore Latin American Culture through Stories. (Interview with Carolina Quiroga, Tres Cuentos)

Episode 73 Explore Latin American Culture through Stories (Interview with Carolina Quiroga, Tres Cuentos) In this episode I interview Carolina Quiroga–storyteller, performer, author, and host of the bilingual podcast Tres Cuentos. Tres Cuentos explores historical and literary narratives of Latin America. Last year, the podcast was mentioned by Oprah magazine as one of the best […]

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Episode 72: What do the Spanish Words ‘Vaya’ and ‘Sea’ Mean? [Q&A]

Episode 72 What do the Spanish Words ‘Vaya’ and ‘Sea’ Mean? [Q&A] In Learn Spanish Con Salsa Podcast, our listeners’ useful questions are always welcome. They can also help other listeners learn even more about Spanish. In this espisode, I focus on an interesting question from Alice. She asks: “I am wondering if you might […]

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Episode 71: How to Stop Mixing Up Masculine and Feminine Words

Episode 71 How to Stop Mixing Up Masculine and Feminine Words Is it a bit confusing choosing either the right article “la” or “el” to preceed a noun in Spanish? How do you identify and decide which one to use? In Spanish, nouns are either masculine or feminine. It is easy to picture gender when […]

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Episode 70: 5 Quick Tips to Reboot Your Spanish Study Routine

Episode 70 5 Quick Tips to Reboot Your Spanish Study Routine Have you been feeling that your motivation is decreasing recently? Maybe you feel as if your study routine has turned completely upside down these days and that makes you feel… bored. There’s nothing to worry about. It is totally normal to feel a little […]

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Episode 69: 10 Tricky False Friends Every Spanish Learner Should Know

Episode 69 10 Tricky False Friends Every Spanish Learner Should Know Have you ever read or listened to a word in Spanish that sounds or seems really similar to a word in English? Have you also wondered if that word actually means the same thing in both languages?Well, sometimes they do, but sometimes they differ […]

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Episode 68: Learn Spanish and Travel the World (Interview with Jim and May from Spanish and Go)

Episode 68 Learn Spanish and Travel the World (Interview with Jim & May from Spanish and Go) In this episode, I interview Jim and May from Spanish and Go. We talk about how they met, why they started Spanish and Go, and how they’re adjusting to life since they moved to Puerto Rico. They also […]

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Episode 67: Aprende español con la música [Bajo la tormenta]

Episode 67 Aprende español con la música: Bajo la tormenta Let’s learn Spanish with an uplifting salsa song by Salsa Giants called Bajo la tormenta (Under the Storm).  We’ll explore how to use el que in Spanish with the letra (lyrics) from the song’s chorus. I’ll also give a few phrases you can use in […]

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Episode 66: Conversación: Las diferencias entre Colombia y Venezuela [Nivel intermedio]

Episode 66 Conversación: Las diferencias entre Colombia y Venezuela [Nivel intermedio] In this episode, we’re going to listen to a conversation between Laura (from Colombia) and Lino (from Venezuela). They talk about the differences between the culture, food, and life in the 2 countries. This conversation comes from our friends at Español en 3000. To […]

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Spanish in Latin America vs. Spain

Episode 65: What is the Difference Between Spanish in Latin America vs. Spain?

Episode 65 What is the Difference Between Spanish in Latin America vs. Spain? In this episode, we’re going to explore the differences between how Spanish is spoken in Spain and Latin America. Learn the pronunciation and vocabulary differences in this conversation with Carlos (from Colombia) and Xavi (from Barcelona).  Get the full transcript of their […]

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