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Learn Spanish con Salsa Podcast: All Episodes

Learn Spanish Con Salsa Podcast: All Episodes

  • Episode 167 3 Ways to Improve Your Spanish Listening Skills The number one reason most Spanish learners don't reach fluency is they can't understand native Spanish speakers. The reason we struggle with listening comprehension is because we go about it the wrong way from the beginning. In this episode, we'll share 3 simple ways you

  • Episode 166 Learn Spanish with Vallenato Music: La bicicleta by Shakira In this episode, we’ll explore some common Spanish expressions used in the song La Bicicleta by Colombian artists Shakira and Carlos Vives 🇨🇴 You’ll learn: How to refer to things that have been happening for a while or that occurred in the past. Different

  • Episode 165 Learn Spanish with Merengue Music: Toma mi vida by Milly Quezada In honor of women's history month, we'll share songs from the best female singers throughout Latin America. In this episode, we'll review the lyrics of the song ‘Toma mi vida' by the Dominican singer Milly Quezada, La reina (queen) del merengue 🇩🇴

  • Episode 164 Bachata: la música y el baile con Kesia Sosa In this episode, Kesia from the Spanish con Salsa team shares the history of bachata music in the Dominican Republic. We discuss the different styles of bachata dance and the genre’s most popular artists. En este episodio, Kesia del equipo de Spanish con Salsa

  • Episode 163 Cancioncitas de Amor In this episode, we'll review my top 7 songs for Día de San Valentín (Valentine's Day) 💘 I'll also give some common Spanish expressions you can use in everyday conversation, and Spanish grammar you can learn from the song lyrics. Special Offer: Claim a 20% discount on the Learn Spanish with Music Course (use

  • Episode 162 12 Questions to Keep Spanish Conversations Flowing After you start a conversation, it can be difficult to keep it going–especially if you lack vocabulary and aren't sure what to say next.This can leave you struggling to keep a conversation going in Spanish.Avoid those awkward moments of silence 😩and blank stares 😳 by arming yourself with

  • Episode 161 Atomic Habits for Spanish Language Learners It's time to set your Spanish goals, but you want to make sure you actually get them done this time around. Enter Atomic Habits by James Clear. I'll give you the top tips from this bestseller that you can apply to language learning. Mentioned in this Episode:

  • Episode 160 5 Reasons You're Not Fluent in Spanish Yet Have you been learning Spanish for some time, but still aren't sure what it will take to get fluent? If so, this episode is for you. I explain the top 5 reasons you're not fluent in Spanish yet, even if you've been learning the language

  • Episode 159 Conversation Hacks For When You Don't Understand Native Speakers Have you ever been in a conversation with a native Spanish speaker and you have NO IDEA what they said to you? Then you ended up freezing up and looking completely lost with a blank stare on your face? If this has ever happened

  • Episode 158 Learn Indirect Objects with Salsa Music: Aires de Navidad In this episode, you'll learn some helpful shortcuts on when to use indirect objects in Spanish, while reviewing a few examples from the classic salsa song “Aires de Navidad” by Hector Lavoe and Willie Colón. Resources Mentioned in this Episode: Spanish Fluency Club (2023

  • Episode 157 Conversaciones decembrinas de Colombia During the fiestas decembrinas (winter holidays), Colombians have a special way of celebrating.  In this episode, you'll hear a conversation about making plans with family and all the tasty dishes made in a typical Colombian household. To get access to the transcript from the conversation in this episode, sign up to

  • Episode 156 Coquito y Parrandas: Celebrando Navidad en Puerto Rico In this episode, you’ll learn how Puerto Ricans celebrate Christmas, and how they own the holidays by adding unique and traditional elements to make it fun and parrandera. Note: In order to access the transcript from the conversation in the episode, sign up for the

  • Episode 155 Learn Family Members in Spanish with Music Are you going to see extended family this holiday season? In this episode, we'll help you learn how to talk all about la familia política (in-laws) and other family members with a fun bachata song. Resources Mentioned in this Episode: Claim your FREE Language Coaching Session

  • Episode 153 Aprende español colombiano con la música: ‘Mi encanto' por Carlos Vives (parte 1) In this week's episode, you'll learn all about Colombian Spanish and culture through the country's music. Language Coach Maribel Zapata talks about music genres in Colombia from vallenato to salsa. Note: This episode is in Spanish. For a full transcript

  • Episode 152 When Should You Change Your Approach to Learning Spanish? (Interview with Rebecca Kinsella) From countlessly learning formulated answers on Duolingo to consistently speaking Spanish every week and making measurable progress. This is Rebecca's story of how she decided to switch her approach to learning the language and how this opened the doors to

  • Episode 154 Aprende español colombiano con la música: ‘Mi encanto’ por Carlos Vives (parte 2) In this episode, we'll be reviewing a song by Carlos Vives from the Disney movie ‘Encanto.' Spanish con Salsa Language Coach Maribel Zapata breaks down the song lyrics to ‘Mi Encanto' and tells us all about Colombian culture. En este

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    Episode 151 How to Gain Confidence Speaking Spanish without Anxiety (Interview with Dani Dancing) Do you ever get nervous when someone asks you a question in Spanish? Has your mind ever gone completely blank when you're trying to respond, even if you KNOW you know what you want to say? In this episode, you'll hear

  • Episode 150 7 Ways to Say YES in Spanish I'm sure you already know how to say yes in Spanish, but nothing causes a conversation to fizzle faster than short, abrupt, one-word answers. When you are first learning Spanish, your natural desire will be to respond with what you are comfortable saying- sí, no, gracias. But if you

  • Episode 149 5 Things to Stop Saying in Your Spanish Conversations There are a few things that I used to say all the time when I started learning Spanish. However, with time and practice, I realized they were dead giveaways that I was a newbie. Listen to this episode to find out the 5 things

  • Episode 148 Exactly What I’d Do If I Was Learning Spanish From Scratch Do you ever question if your current approach to learning Spanish is really working? What should you focus on first? What should you learn next? How do you know when to move on to the next thing? In this episode, I share

  • Episode 147 5 Questions You Should Know How to Answer in Spanish Do you want to become fluent in conversational Spanish, but you still hesitate when you're asked basic questions? In this episode, I'll share 5 questions you absolutely must know how to answer in Spanish. Listen to this episode before you have your next conversation with a Spanish-speaking

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    Episode 146 Learn Spanish Numbers with Music [Conteo Regresivo] Almost everyone knows to count from 1 to 10 in Spanish–before they even learned the language. In this episode, we'll review useful vocabulary related to numbers in Spanish with the salsa song Conteo Regresivo by Gilberto Santa Rosa. A few notes about large numbers: In Latin

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    Episode 145 Learn How to Say “To Know” in Spanish with Music: Saber vs. Conocer Did you know there are 2 ways to say ‘to know' in Spanish? In this week's episode, you'll learn when to use the verbs saber and conocer with Latin music. Listen and learn how to figure out when to use

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    Episode 144 5 Keys to Consistency for Conversational Fluency Last week, I hosted a workshop on the 5 Simple Steps to Conversational Fluency. I asked those who attended what was keeping them from being fluent in Spanish, and the majority mentioned that they just aren't consistent with speaking Spanish. In the workshop, we talked about

  • Episode 143 Why You Should Set Negative Language Goals At the beginning of the year, many people talk about setting goals and all the things they want to do.  In this episode, we talk about the power of setting negative goals and the importance of knowing what NOT do do.  Deciding what not to do can help

  • Episode 142 The Top 10 Episodes of 2021 Can you believe the year is almost over?! In this week's episode, I'll be reviewing the 10 most popular episodes of the year 2021. Listen to find out if there's an episode you missed, or if your favorites made the list. Links Episode 107: Learn Spanish Verbs

  • Episode 141 Is Stress Killing Your Language Learning Goals? What stresses you out the most about speaking Spanish? Is being stressed out keeping you from achieving fluency? In this episode, I give you 3 tips to combat stress so it doesn't hinder your progress. If you implement at least one of these suggestions you'll find

  • Episode 140 The #1 Secret to Staying Consistent with Your Spanish Do you struggle to stay consistent with learning Spanish? Do you have times where you start studying, you make a little bit of progress, but then somethings gets in the way of you meeting your goal so you stop? In this episode, you'll learn

  • Episode 139 How to Stop Forgetting the Spanish You've Learned How many times have you learned something in Spanish, and when you need to use that word or phrase in a conversation you realize that you have completely forgotten it? In this episode of the podcast if you have trouble forgetting things we are going

  • Episode 138 Speaking Caribbean Spanish: Interview with Elle Charisse, Speaking Tongues In this episode of the podcast, you'll get to hear an excerpt of my interview with Elle Charisse from the Speaking Tongues podcast. She asked me about my earliest experiences learning language and the cultural influences that shape the Spanish spoken in the Caribbean.

  • Episode 137 Why Living Abroad Won’t Help You Get Fluent: Andrea’s Story Andrea traveled to Central and South America for over a decade and never got beyond speaking ‘survival Spanish' — even after living abroad and studying Spanish in university. She went from being overwhelmed learning Spanish on her own to consistently speaking Spanish every

  • Episode 136 The Power of Community in Language Learning Being part of a community can help support us in many aspects of life, and this also applies to reaching your goal of Spanish fluency.  In this episode, you'll learn the five key benefits of being a member of a language learning community and how joining

  • Episode 135 Do You Need a Language Teacher or Coach? Right now, we're all watching the best athletes in the world compete at the Olympic games in Tokyo.  And while we all know that Olympic athletes rely on coaches to perform at their highest level, you may not know that language coaching can be the best

  • Episode 134 What Type of Language Learner Are You? What type of language learner are you?  The type of language learner you are will influence how you approach learning Spanish and how quickly you'll get results.  Listen to this episode to learn how to improve your Spanish and accelerate your path to fluency by identifying your

  • Episode 133 Learn Spanish Verbs with Music [Tu amor me hace bien] We're breaking down the lyrics to the song Tu amor me hace bien by singer Marc Anthony. I'm going to share some expressions with the verb hacer. Learn different ways to use the verb hacer, and how to use it in conversations. Note:

  • Episode 132 The Music-Lover’s Guide to Becoming Fluent in Spanish (Olly Richards Interview) In this week's episode, I am actually going to be the interviewee so I will not be doing the interview this week but I'm giving you an opportunity to hear someone else interview me. We talked all about learning Spanish with music,

  • Episode 131 The Smart Way to Master the Past Tense Do you struggle to think of the *right* verb conjugation during a conversation? Unlike English, Spanish has different verb forms when you're speaking in the past tense. In this episode, we're going to talk about the smart way to master the past tense in Spanish.

  • Episode 130 Backpacking and Slow Travel in Ecuador and El Salvador (Part 2) This week you get to hear part 2 of my conversation with Melissa Neacato from Traveling Wallet. In our conversation we talk about slow travel, her #1 travel hack to offset costs and get deals on airline tickets, and how to pack

  • Episode 129 Backpacking and Slow Travel in Ecuador and El Salvador (Part 1) Imagine if you could spend 4 months traveling to ALL the countries on your bucket list. Our guest this week, Melissa Neacato, did just that with her family of four. Melissa, her husband, and 2 children took a four month ‘mini-retirement' that

  • Episode 128 How to 10X Your Spanish Vocabulary with Audiobooks Learning new words is undoubtedly the foundation of learning any new language. Expanding your vocabulary enhances your ability to express yourself and understand others. Most language learners tend to rely on reading alone to grow their vocabulary, but this is a mistake that can hinder

  • Episode 127 3 Things You Should Stop Doing at the Intermediate Level Are you spending most of your time watching telenovelas or racking up points on a language app? If so, and you're no longer at the beginner level — then you might be wasting your time. Listen to this episode to find out the

  • Episode 126 Learning Spanish through Story (Interview with Olly Richards, StoryLearning) Our guest this week is polyglot Olly Richards. He is a language educator and author from the UK who speaks 8 languages. Olly started a blog called I Will Teach You A Language, and since then he’s developed the StoryLearning®️ method – a new

  • Episode 125 Dancing for a Cause (Interview with Alex Morel and Desiree Godsell) Note: This episode is in English & Spanish. To get the full transcript and English translation, sign up to be a show supporter. Nuestros invitados de este episodio son Alex y Desiree, bailarines profesionales especializados en baile de estilo latino. Se asociaron

  • Episode 124 The Black Expat: Living in Puerto Rico (Interview with Tennay Davis Porter and Troy Porter) In this episode we continue the Black Expat series with an interview with Tennay Davis Porter and Troy Porter. In our conversation, Tennay and Troy explain how they started traveling and why they decided to move to Puerto

  • Episode 123 From Obsesión to Una Mentirita (Interview with Henry Santos) En este episodio, nuestro invitado es el bachatero Henry Santos. Nos comparte el significado de su nueva canción Una mentirita y su experiencia conociendo a su primo Romeo Santos y formando el grupo Aventura. En nuestra conversación, hablamos sobre su carrera como artista solista

  • Episode 122 Learning Mexican Spanish through Culture (Interview with Nayeli Mulato, Zaloa Languages) En este episodio nuestra invitada es Nayeli Mulato, ella es mexicana y COO en Zaloa languages. Ella nos cuenta cómo fue que decidió aprender otros idiomas y a enseñarlos a las personas. Hablamos sobre las principales culturas indígenas de México, las diferentes

  • Episode 121 Decoding ‘Despacito' (Interview with Leila Cobo, Author and Vice President at Billboard) Leila Cobo es la autora del libro La Fórmula Despacito y vicepresidenta y líder de la industria latina en Billboard.  Ella comparte una mirada entre bastidores de algunos de los mayores éxitos latinos de los últimos cincuenta años, incluyendo sus historias

  • Episode 120 7 Habits of Successful Language Learners Do you feel like you will always be a beginner? Are you afraid to talk to a native Spanish speaker? Or have you been learning Spanish but are still embarrassed to speak it?  In this episode, we'll give you some tips to help you overcome those fears

  • Episode 119 5 Tips to Prepare for Summer Travel to Spanish-Speaking Countries If you're thinking about traveling to a Spanish-speaking country this summer, I know you'll want to be able to chat with native speakers while you're there. There are specific tactics you can use to help you improve your Spanish so you'll be prepared

  • Episode 118 Learn 3 Ways to Say ‘To Have' in Spanish with Timba Music [Me Dicen Cuba] In English, we use the verb ‘to have’ in many different ways — from ‘I have a new job’ to ‘I have been there before’ or ‘I have to go.’  But in Spanish, there’s more than one verb

  • Episode 117 10 Palabras españolas que sólo se escuchan en Cuba (Entrevista con Yohenia Irma Mengana: Parte 2) En este episodio centramos nuestra conversación en cómo se habla el español en Cuba, que es de donde es Yohenia. Ella nos comparte 10 palabras y expresiones diferentes que son exclusivamente cubanas. Note: This episode is in

  • Episode 116 Como Yohenia aprendió a hablar cinco idiomas en Cuba (Entrevista con Yohenia Irma Mengana: Parte 1) Yohenia es una hablante nativa de español de Cuba que ha aprendido a hablar y hacer negocios en 5 idiomas diferentes, nos cuenta cómo aprendió a hablar cinco idiomas y habla sobre lo que la motivó a

  • Episode 115 Language Stories from One Year of Traveling Around Latin America When Lindsay Williams decided to spend a year traveling throughout Latin America, she had a desire to connect with people and experience the real culture of every country she visited. Driven by a desire to learn the lyrics to her favorite Shakira song,

  • Episode 114 Learn How to Use the Preposition ‘De' with Music [Medicina de amor] We're breaking down the lyrics to the song Medicina de Amor by Dominican singer Raulín Rodríguez. Learn different ways to use the Spanish preposition de, and how to recognize the future tense in Spanish. Participate in the Escucha Bien challenge and

  • Episode 113 The Black Expat: City Life in Mexico (Interview with Adalia Aborisade) Adalia Aborisade is not your typical expat. She left the US in 2016 and moved with her daughter and dog to Honduras. She has since settled in Mexico City, opting to retire to city life instead of white sand beaches. In our

  • Episode 112 Celebrating Independence Day in the Dominican Republic En este episodio, regresa Kesia Sosa para compartirnos como se celebra el día de la independencia en la República Dominicana.    Ella explica un poquito sobre la historia de República Dominicana y la relación complicada entre el país y su vecino Haiti que comparten la misma

  • Episode 111 Q&A: How Can My Family Learn Spanish Together? In this episode, I'm answering a listener question that you may have been thinking about lately. Christen asked how she can learn Spanish with her husband and two daughters. I give 5 tips for how to learn Spanish as a family, ideas for activities in

  • Episode 110 From Study Abroad Student to Entrepreneur (Interview with Latasha Moore, Tasha Teaches Spanish) Latasha Moore went from waiting anxiously to finding out if she qualified for a study abroad program to applying for her first bilingual job, and finally starting her own business. Tasha obtained a BA in Spanish from Arkansas State University.

  • Episode 109 The Secret to Unlock Your Spanish Listening Skills (Interview with Daniel Raynaud, Jiveworld) Daniel Raynaud is a linguist, techie, adventurer, and entrepreneur. He spent years traveling the world as a musician, living in different countries, and learning languages along the way. In 2016, Daniel packed up everything to move from the San Francisco

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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] 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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    Episode 103 Puerto Rican Spanish Greetings Have you ever wondered what ‘wepa' means? Well, you're in luck. Spanish Con Salsa language coach Nahomy Irizarry is from Puerto Rico and she fills us in on the 2 ways this familiar phrase is used. She also shares common Puerto Rican Spanish greetings and how to respond like

  • The Black Expat: Colombia

    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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Episode 98 Learn Spanish with Salsa Music: El cura vs. La cura Learn about words that are both masculine AND feminine in Spanish with the salsa song La cura by Frankie Ruiz.  You'll also learn an easy hack for how to form adverbs–words that describe actions.

  • Episode 97 Learn the Spanish Future Tense with Music: Llorarás Learn how to use the future tense in Spanish with the salsa song Llorarás by Oscar D'Leon. We'll also review some common phrases in the future tense from the song lyrics, and an opportunity for how you can take your Spanish learning further.

  • Episode 96 The Black Expat: Creating a New Life in Spain Part 2 (Interview with Kai Cesaire, Kai's Foreign Adventures) This week you get to hear part 2 of my conversation with Kai Ceasire from the YouTube Channel Kai's Foreign Adventures where you can find anything and everything you want to know about moving to

  • Episode 95 The Black Expat: Creating a New Life in Spain Part 1 (Interview with Kai Cesaire, Kai's Foreign Adventures) Do you dream about leaving everything behind and moving to a Spanish-speaking country? If you're thinking about taking the leap, then you'll want to hear Kai Cesaire's story. Kai runs a YouTube channel called Kai's

  • Episode 94 Exploring Afro-Latino Culture through Travel: Interview with Kim Haas This is part 2 of my conversation with Kim Haas, Executive Producer, Host & Creator of Afro-Latino Travels with Kim Haas. (Listen to part 1 here). Kim takes us behind the scenes of her travel series. She shares how it all got started, the

  • Episode 93 Exploring Afro-Latino Culture through Travel: Interview with Kim Haas Kim Haas, Executive Producer, Host & Creator of Afro-Latino Travels with Kim Haas. Premiering on PBS during Hispanic Heritage Month, this groundbreaking TV series captures the heart and soul of Afro-Latino culture by exploring the history, art, music, dance, cuisine, and more that African

  • Episode 92 Learn Puerto Rican Spanish with Music: Mi gente Learn Puerto Rican Spanish from the lyrics of an amazing salsa song by Héctor Lavoe. Spanish Con Salsa team member Nahomy Irizarry joins us to break down the meaning of the lyrics to Mi gente. She also gives us the meaning of the uniquely Puerto

  • Episode 91 Historias de viaje parte 2: la turista accidental en Buenos Aires My crazy travel story continues as I end up being rerouted to Argentina on my way to Brazil. To hear part 1 of the story, click here to listen to last week's episode. After being deported by federal police, I find myself

  • Episode 90 Travel Stories: La fugitiva negringa en Rio [ENCORE] This week, we're revisiting episode 25 in preparation for next week's show. This is part 1 of the new series: Historias de viaje (Travel Stories). I'm sharing my real life (crazy) travel stories. In this first installment, I talk about my trip to Rio de

  • Episode 89 Learn Spanish with Salsa Music [Cali Pachanguero] In this episode, you'll learn new vocabulary from the salsa song Cali Pachanguero by Alberto Barros. We'll explore a few uses of the subjunctive, and different ways to use the word “que” in Spanish. Get the full lyrics to the song, plus translation and quizzes, at

  • Episode 87 ¿Para qué? vs. ¿Por qué? con la canción Periódico de Ayer You probably learned there are 5 question words: who (quién), what (qué), where (dónde), when (cuándo), and why (por qué). But did you know that there are actually 2 ways to ask the question WHY in Spanish? In this episode, we'll explore

  • Episode 86 Learn Spanish Reflexive Verbs with Music: No Hago Más Na' Learn how to use reflexive verbs to describe your daily routine in Spanish with the lyrics to the song No Hago Más Na by El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico. Related Episodes Episode 85: From Beginner to Conversational Fluency in 90 Days Join

  • Episode 85 From Beginner to Conversational Fluency in 90 Days (Interview with Ryan Chindavong) Do you freeze up when talking to a native Spanish speaker? Is it hard to find someone to speak to in Spanish where you live? If you're struggling to reach conversational fluency in Spanish, or feel nervous about talking to native

  • Episode 84 What's the Best Way to Spend My Spanish Study Time? [Q&A] This week, we'll be answering another listener question: what's the best way to spend my Spanish study time? Whether you have 10 hours a week or just 15 minutes a day, it's important to know the best way to use your Spanish

  • Episode 83 Dominican Spanish Greetings [Introducing the Dominican Spanish 101 Podcast] We're excited to feature the premiere episode of the Dominican Spanish 101 podcast. Tamara and Kesia will share common greetings you'll hear in the Dominican Republic (hint it's not ¿Cómo está usted?). You'll also learn a few phrases you can use to respond so

  • Episode 82 Learn Spanish Expressions with Salsa Music [La vida es un carnaval] Learn how to use the word ‘hay' in Spanish with the lyrics to the song La vida es un carnaval by Celia Cruz. We'll review several expressions that use hay from the song, and some ways you can incorporate them into your

  • Episode 81 How to Get Started Raising Bilingual Children, Interview with Dr. Kami Anderson (Bilingual Brown Babies) If you're an adult learning Spanish, you might regret that you didn't start when you were younger. And if you have children of your own, you may want them to grow up bilingual so they have an advantage

  • Episode 80 Q&A: How do I understand the natural speed of Spanish? In this episode, I answer a listener question about how to understand Spanish when it's spoken at a natural, conversational pace. I review the 6 stages of listening comprehension and what to expect during each phase. I also explain which strategies are the

  • Episode 79 7 Cuban Expressions from the Telenovela Celia Learn 7 Cuban Expressions from the first episode of the telenovela about iconic Afro Cuban salsa singer Celia Cruz. You'll also learn the lyrics to the opening song, and my best tips for learning Spanish with TV series and telenovelas like Celia. Aprende 7 expresiones cubanas

  • Episode 78 15 Africanismos en el idioma español ¿Sabías que hay palabras españolas que vienen de África? Y que, además, el español es un idioma oficial de Guinea Ecuatorial, que queda en la costa oeste de África. En el episodio de hoy, hablamos sobre los africanismos–palabras africanas que aparecen en el idioma español. Did you

  • Episode 77 Un cubano con pasión por los viajes (entrevista con Andy Guitierraz de Arriba de la bola) En este episodio, les traigo una entrevista con Andy Guitierraz. Él es Youtuber, tiene un canal llamado Arribadelabola, el cual tiene que ver con sus viajes por todo el mundo. Andy es de Cuba, así que hablamos

  • Episode 76 Learn Spanish Expressions with Salsa Music [Valió la Pena] Learn Spanish expressions with the salsa song Valió la Pena by Marc Anthony. This is an upbeat song that's fun to dance to, plus you'll learn some useful expressions you can use in daily conversation. I also give a few tips to understanding Puerto

  • Episode 75 5 Rookie Mistakes Spanish Beginners Should Avoid Do you feel like you'll always be a beginner? Or have you been learning Spanish but are still too embarrassed to speak Spanish? It may be because your current learning strategy is keeping you stuck at the dreaded beginner phase. In this episode, I explain 5

  • 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

  • Episode 73 Explorando la cultura de América Latina a través de sus cuentos (entrevista con 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

  • 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

  • Episode 71 How to Stop Mixing Up Masculine and Feminine Words Are you confused when trying to decide the correct article, la or el, to precede a noun in Spanish? How do you decide which one to use? In Spanish, nouns are either masculine or feminine. It's easy to picture gender when we talk about

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Learn Spanish with the Narcos Theme Song

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  • Episode 63 3 Spanish Immersion Mini-Missions You Can Try at Home Do you want to immerse your Spanish but you're afraid to travel because of the COVID-19 corona virus? Or maybe your budget and schedule just don't allow for a 3-month full immersion trip to Latin America right now. In this episode, I'll give you

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    Episode 62 What Should I Do When I Feel Stuck with My Spanish Progress? [Q&A] Are you stuck in a rut with your language learning?  Not sure what to do next?  In this episode, I give 4 steps to get unstuck and start making real progress towards Spanish fluency.   Related Links: Bachata ParadiseEpisode 52: The

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    Episode 61 Learn Spanish through Immersion Interview with Jessica Taylor, For the Love of Bachata Do you have to move to a Spanish-speaking country to achieve Spanish fluency? In this episode,  I sit down with Jessica Taylor, widely known as DJ Tay, who shares how immersion helped her improve her conversational Spanish fluency beyond formal

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    Episode 60 Learn Spanish with Reggaeton Music: Corazón Song Breakdown with Desta Haile, Languages through Music In this episode, we're translating the lyrics to a bilingual reggaeton hit with Desta Haile from Languages through Music.  We give you a breakdown of the meaning of the song Corazón by Maluma featuring Brazilian artist Nego do Borel. 

  • Episode 59 Effective Language Learning Habits and Venezuelan Spanish Interview with Mari Polyglot In this episode, I interview polyglot Mari Salvestrini.  Mari is originally from Venezuela and speaks Spanish, English, Dutch, Portuguese, Italian, and German.  In our conversation, Mari shares her advice for creating effective habits for language learning and enjoy the learning process. She

  • Episode 58 Learn Spanish with Bachata Music Vocales de amor In this episode, we'll be reviewing the lyrics of one of my favorite bachata songs by Joan Soriano: Vocales de amor (Vowels of Love). Learn how reflexive verbs are used in Spanish and the differences between the present continuous in both languages. Full song with

  • Episode 57 Learn Spanish with Merengue Music Tu sonrisa Learn how to use verbs like gustar and other Spanish expressions from the lyrics to the song Tu sonrisa by Elvis Crespo. You'll also learn about a different genre of Latin music from the Caribbean Full song with lyrics & translation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oVqLuiBk3Fo Vocabulary Review

  • Episode 56 Episode 56: Learn Spanish with Salsa Music Todo tiene su final In this episode, I'm sharing the lyrics to one of my favorite salsa songs: Todo tiene su final by Hector Lavoe and Willie Colón. You'll learn new vocabulary from the song lyrics and how to use possessives in Spanish. Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mburspsWokc Full

  • Episode 55 The Top 7 Funniest Stories of 2019 [One Year Anniversary Episode!] In this episode, we share this funniest stories from the podcast over the past year. Thanks for listening and subscribing to the show! We hope to continue bringing you more valuable content in the years to come.

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    Episode 54 Q&A: How Do I Think in Spanish and Stop Translating in My Head? In this episode, I'm answering a listener question about how to think in Spanish and stop translating in your head. I also give advice on how to find people to practice Spanish with and share some resources to learn Dominican Spanish. Links & Resources Sign up for the Speak Spanish Now

  • Episode 53

    Episode 53 Q&A: Help! I'm Married to a Native Spanish Speaker In this episode, I'm answering a listener question about how to pick the right approach and resources for you to learn Spanish. I also address how to keep up with conversations and improve your Spanish fluency when you're in a relationship with a native

  • Episode 52 La manera más fácil de aprender la gramática The Easiest Way to Learn Spanish Grammar In this final episode of the goal setting series, we’re going to tackle the topic of grammar.  I know Spanish grammar can be very confusing. Although it might be complicated, there is a way to master Spanish grammar

  • Episode 51 El atajo para mejorar tu comprensión auditiva The Shortcut to Improve Your Listening Comprehension This episode is provided in both Spanish and English Most Spanish learners struggle with listening comprehension.  It can be so difficult that it leaves them feeling frustrated and hopeless.  If you’re going to overcome this problem, you need a

  • Episode 50

    Episode 50 Cómo convertirse en un maestro de conversación How to Become a Master Conversationalist This episode is provided in both Spanish and English Have you spent a considerable amount of time studying Spanish but you're still not confident in your ability to speak Spanish?  Does the idea of having a conversation with a native

  • Episode 49

    Episode 49 La forma correcta de aprender vocabulario nuevo The Right Way to Learn New Vocabulary This episode is provided in both Spanish and English The New Year is right around the corner, and it’s time to start thinking about rebooting your Spanish goals.  In part 2 of our Spanish language goal setting series, I’ll show you exactly how to set

  • Episode 48

    Episode 48 Cómo establecer metas efectivas de aprendizaje de español How to Establish Effective Spanish Learning Goals El nuevo año se nos viene encima, y durante estos días hay muchas personas que piensan en el establecimiento de sus metas. En este episodio, empezamos con una serie de ese tema para ayudarles a establecer metas de

  • Episode 47 Dominican Spanish Dialogue: Introducing a New Friend In this episode we'll review a dialogue from the Dominican Spanish 101 course.   Maria introduces her friend Christian to her friend Lucia on the beach.  Watch the video below for a full transcript of the conversation (Dominican words appear in red). Sign up for the

  • Episode 46 Conversational Spanish: How to Ask for Directions Do you want to improve your Spanish conversation skills? To help you build your Spanish conversation skills, in this episode we'll review a dialogue covering a common situation when you're traveling or even just going to a new place for the first time. In this conversation, you'll

  • Episode 45 5 Ways to Improve Your Spanish Accent from the Beginning Interview with Hongyu Chen from Speechling Do you want to improve your Spanish pronunciation, but don't know where to start? When learning a language, we have so many new skills to learn. Unfortunately, pronunciation can be one of those areas we don't focus

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    Episode 44 How to Fix the Most Common Spanish Pronunciation Mistakes Interview with Andrea from Spanish Con Salsa Do you want to find out how to fix your Spanish pronunciation errors? In this interview with Spanish Con Salsa Coach Andrea, we'll share the most common Spanish pronunciation mistakes made by English-speaking Spanish learners.  More importantly, we'll

  • Episode 43 What Type of Spanish Should You Learn? (Part 2) How do you decide what type of Spanish to learn? In this episode, I'll go over some key questions you should ask yourself to pick a type of Spanish. I also explain how to get started if you're not sure what's the best type

  • Episode 42 What Type of Spanish Should You Learn? (Part 1) Do you know what type of Spanish you should learn?  This is one of the most common questions I get asked. Should you learn Spanish from Spain or Mexican Spanish?  What are the differences between different types of Spanish?  I'll explain why it's important

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    Episode 41 The 5 Ways to Say YOU in Spanish Did you know there are 5 different ways to say “you” in Spanish?  Listen to this episode to find out what they all are, and more importantly, when and where you should use them.  Even if you already think you know, you'll probably be surprised by at

  • Episode 40 El mejor lugar para aprender español Entrevista con Andrea Alger, Spanishland School (Parte 2) ¿Quieres saber el mejor lugar para aprender español? En parte 2 de la conversación con Andrea Alger de Spanishland School, hablamos sobre los acentos de español y cual es lo más fácil de entender. Luego Andrea nos cuenta un

  • Episode 39 3 Claves para llegar al siguiente nivel de español Entrevista con Andrea Alger, Spanishland School (Parte 1) ¿Quieres mejorar tu español, pero te sientes estancado? En esta entrevista con Andrea Alger de Spanishland School, hablamos sobre las 3 claves para superar los obstáculos y llegar al siguiente nivel de español. Si tu nivel

  • Episode 38 How to Perfect Your Pronunciation Interview with Kyle Kuzman, Here Listen Speak In this conversation with Kyle Kuzman from Here Listen Speak, he reveals the trick he's used to quickly improve his pronunciation in 4 foreign languages.  Find out what to do first if you want to learn to speak Spanish like a

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    Episode 37 Aprende español con la música (Rebelión por Joe Arroyo) En este episodio, revisamos la letra de la canción Rebelión por Joe Arroyo. Aprende vocabulario nuevo, un poquito sobre la historia de Colombia, y como se usa el imperfecto en español. Links Enroll in the Learn Spanish with Music Course now through Thursday, September 19, 2019. Get more details at

  • Episode 36 From English-Speaking Latina to Confident Solo Traveler: Kayla's Story Interview with Kayla Rodriguez, Winner of Spanish Con Salsa Challenge Puerto Rico Vacation (Part 2) In this episode, we talk about a how Kayla went from responding in English to gaining the confidence to speak Spanish with native Spanish speakers. She also shares… How

  • Episode 35 Are You Nervous Talking to Native Spanish Speakers? Interview with Kayla Rodriguez, Winner of Spanish Con Salsa Challenge Puerto Rico Vacation (Part 1) In this episode I'll be sharing a conversation with Kayla who joined the Spanish Con Salsa community and started our Learn Spanish with Music course when we first got started.

  • Episode 34 Skip These Time Wasters and Start Improving Your Spanish Listening Skills Have you been trying to improve your Spanish listening skills by just increasing your exposure to Spanish?  In this episode, I'll explain why many of the activities you may have tried are a waste of time, and what to do instead if

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    Episode 33 Why You Can't Understand the Fast Pace of Spoken Spanish Do you struggle to keep up when listening to native Spanish speakers because they talk too fast? If so, this episode is for you.  I'm going to share the 5 top reasons you have a hard time understanding spoken Spanish, and how you

  • Episode 32 5 Travel Tips to Create the Perfect Spanish Immersion Experience Do you want to travel to Latin America, immerse yourself in the culture, make new friends, and practice your Spanish?  In this episode, I give you 5 expert tips to turn your next trip into an authentic travel experience, not just a normal

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    Episode 31 What's Different about Puerto Rican Spanish? Interview with Jen Ruiz: Travel Blogger, Amazon Bestselling Author, and TEDx Speaker This is part 2 of a 2-part conversation with Jen Ruiz (listen to part 1 here), travel blogger and bestselling author.  In this episode, we'll review some Spanish words you'll only hear in Puerto Rico

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    Episode 30 Puerto Rico Beyond San Juan: 8 Must-See Destinations Interview with Jen Ruiz: Travel Blogger, Amazon Bestselling Author, and TEDx Speaker In this episode of the podcast I'll be talking to Jen Ruiz, a lawyer turned solo travel blogger and Amazon bestselling author. She is also a TEDx speaker and has been featured by

  • Episode 29 The Best Way to Reach Conversational Fluency Interview with Shay Spence, Español en 3000 Struggling to go from the beginner level to conversational fluency? In this episode, I talk to Shay Spence, the founder of Español en 3000. We talk all about how he improved his conversational Spanish and some of his tips

  • Episode 28 Netflix and Chill: Binge Watch Your Way to Spanish Fluency Have you heard that watching TV in Spanish can help you reach fluency? In this episode, I give you my personal recommendations for 7 Netflix series you can watch in Spanish.  You'll find learning Spanish with TV series entertaining, addictive, and informative.  Most

  • Episode 27 Build Your Spanish Conversation Skills One of the hardest skills to build as a Spanish learner is the ability to have a conversation with a native Spanish speaker. In episode 26, we talked about how to lose your fear of speaking Spanish. This week, we'll give you some practical tips for building your

  • Episode 26 How to Lose Your Fear of Speaking Spanish Interview with Translator Lindsay Griffiths Lindsay Griffiths is a doctoral student in the English department at Princeton University. She earned her BA in English Literature and Spanish/English Translation from CUNY Hunter College. She is a published translator and is currently pursuing her studies in African-American

  • Episode 25 Travel Stories: La fugitiva negringa en Rio This is part 1 of the new series: Historias de viaje (Travel Stories). I'm sharing my real life (crazy) travel stories. In this first installment, I talk about my trip to Rio de Janerio. I wanted to go to Carnival, but I ended up taking an

  • Episode 24 My 5 Favorite Resources for Intermediate Spanish Learners In this episode, I share my favorite resources for intermediate Spanish learners. Once you get beyond the beginner phase, you'll need resources to help you get to the next level and make continuous improvement. Listen for how to use the best tools that will work

  • Episode 23 The Best Resources for Spanish Beginners If you're just getting started with Spanish and aren't sure what to do first, this episode is for you. I break down my 5 favorite free and low-cost Spanish resources for beginners, and why you should use them. I also talk about things you should avoid and

  • Episode 22 The Fastest Way to Learn Spanish: An Interview with The Urban Eve You may know my guest in this episode from her YouTube channel The Urban Eve where she talks all about travel and language learning.  Eve speaks 8 languages and she’s going to share with us her secret to learning languages quickly

  • Episode 21 The Best Way to Get On Track to Meet Your Spanish Goals How many times have you downloaded an app to learn Spanish, but a month later you still hadn’t even opened it?  Or have you ever signed up for an online Spanish course that you just never got around to finishing?  In

  • Episode 20 Beginner to Bilingual: The Fast Track to Spanish Fluency [Part 1] I recently released my free workshop Beginner to Bilingual: The Fast Track to Spanish Fluency. For the first time, I'm revealing all of my success strategies for rapid language learning.  So if you're just getting started with Spanish, or if you've been

  • Episode 19 Cultural Immersion: Exploring Dominican Bachata with Carlos Cinta  This week, we're continuing our theme of cultural immersion in our conversation with Carlos Cinta.  Carlos is dance instructor, DJ, and music editor.  He's most known in the dance community for his expertise in musicality, especially when it comes to Bachata music from the Dominican

  • Episode 18 Immerse Yourself in Latin Music, Dance, and Culture Interview with Moshe Rasier from Aventura Dance Cruise Have you ever wanted to learn how to dance, visit the Dominican Republic, or go to the concert of your favorite Latin music artist?  What if I told you that you could do all of the above

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  • Episode 16 How to Learn Spanish on Autopilot Stop setting goals and do this instead Do you struggle to stay on track with improving your Spanish?  Have you started learning on one app, only to quit when it got boring, and then later started another program and then stopped that too because you got busy?  In this episode, we’re going to talk about how to

  • Episode 15 How to Stay Motivated and Make Consistent Progress with Spanish Interview with Brittany Davis, Spanish Con Salsa Members Challenge Winner In this episode, we’re talking to a Spanish learner that’s probably a lot like you.  Brittany feels a connection with Latino culture, music, and her local community.  After downloading numerous apps and stocking

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  • Episode 13 Aprende español con la música: Cómo expresar deseos con el subjuntivo [Nivel Intermedio] Aprender cómo se usa el subjuntivo en español para expresar deseos.  Vamos a ver ejemplos de la canción “Ojalá que llueva café” por Juan Luis Guerra. Transcript Time Transcript English Translation 00:00-02:09 Hola y bienvenidos al episodio 13 del podcast

  • Episode 12 Lost in Translation: How to Avoid Confusion and Communicate Effectively in Intercultural Relationships An Interview with Maribel Quezada-Smith from the podcast Diferente Learning Spanish goes hand-in-hand with learning about Latino culture.  As we learn the language, we meet new people, make friends, and even start dating people outside of our own culture. In

  • Episode 11 7 Cuban Spanish Words and You Didn’t Know Like most dialects of Spanish from the Caribbean, Cuban Spanish is different than other forms of the Spanish language.  Cubans have a unique accent and also words and expressions that are unique to the island.  In this episode, you’ll learn 7 Cuban Spanish words and

  • Episode 10 5 Must-See Attractions to Experience the Real Cuba: Interview with Devyn and Tracey Benson from Conocer Cuba Travel If Cuba is on your travel bucket list, this episode is for you. In our conversation with Devyn and Tracey Benson from Conocer Cuba Travel, we talk about some must-see Cuban attractions to experience the

  • Episode 09 7 Dominican Spanish Words and Expressions You Didn’t Know It’s not only the accent that makes Dominican Spanish unique.  There are hundreds of words and expressions that you’ll only hear in the DR.  In this episode, we’re joined again by Kesia from the Spanish Con Salsa team to review 7 Dominican words and

  • Episode 08 Learn Spanish with Bachata Music: Talking about Future Plans (Voy Pa’lla by Antony Santos) Did you know you can learn Spanish grammar with music?  In this episode, we’ll explore how to use the Spanish future tense with the Dominican music genre bachata.  We’ll review 2 ways to talk about future plans, give you

  • Episode 07 How to Improve Your Spanish Listening Skills: Interview with Shahidah Foster from Black Girls Learn Languages Do you have a hard time understanding native Spanish speakers?  Does it sound like they just speak way too fast for you to catch every word?  Well, we’re here to help.  In this conversation with Shahidah Foster,

  • Episode 06 Lessons Learned from 6 Million Language Exchanges: Interview with Tobias Dickmeis from Tandem What if there was a way to make friends with a native Spanish speaker and practice at any time and any place for free? This week we are joined by our guest Tobias Dickmeis, one of the co-founders of the

  • Episode 05 5 Steps to Get Effective Spanish Conversation Practice for Free Learn how to find reliable conversation partners to improve your Spanish speaking skills for free.  In this episode, we’ll review how to determine if you’re ready for a language exchange, its benefits and challenges,and how to get the most out of the language

  • Episode 04 9 Creative Ways to Learn Spanish with Music Are you one of the millions of people that loves Latin music?  Have you ever heard a song in Spanish that you really like and you wish you could understand it? Do you want to incorporate music into your language learning but don’t know whereto

  • Episode 03 Why It's Easier for Salseros and Bachateros to Learn Spanish 5 – 6 – 7 – 8! What if I told you that dancing salsa could help you with your Spanish? In this week’s podcast, we dive into the specifics of why dancing to Latin music gives you an immediate advantage in learning

  • Episode 02 Why You Can’t Understand Dominican Spanish Speakers You may have noticed that Dominicans don’t speak the same way you may have been taught in your Spanish classes.   You might even feel like they’re speaking an entirely different language in the Dominican Republic! Not to worry – we’re diving into all the specifics in

  • Episode 01 3 Spanish Hacks You Didn't Expect to Learn from Despacito Learn Spanish with music by exploring 3 ways you can use Spanish from the lyrics to the song Despacito.  Find out how to talk about things you have to do, talk about actions in progress, and an easy way to understand the diminutive