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Language Quotes Jun 25
that will impress the locals
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Brian Adler 9h
How about breakinā€™ out the ?!?
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Spanish Motivator 16h
It's here! Grab your apron šŸ‘Øā€šŸ³and your Spanish notebook šŸ“•- we've got some learning to do! -- Head on over to our YouTube channel, Spanish Academy TV, to see the whole video.
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Spanish Motivator Jun 25
šŸŽ„We have another video coming out tomorrow, which will teach you some key cooking vocabulary as well as how to make 'frijoles licuados con pico de gallo.' šŸ‘©ā€šŸ³
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Spanish Motivator Jun 19
Get ready for Spanish class, guys! This lesson is short but important! Learn the basics with Miss Ada today! Don't forget to like and subscribe to our channel, Spanish Academy TV! --
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Practica EspaƱol 3h
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Practica EspaƱol Jun 26
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The Crafty Cow Jun 20
Join us Thursdays at 11am for Spanish for kids The Crafty Cow with de colores spanish De Colores Spanish
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TheBucketListProject Jun 21
Learning Spanish can help with business or just give you a leg up while you travel. But what is the Best Way to Learn Spanish? The Bucket List Project found great ways to help you learn Spanish today! via
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Practica EspaƱol Jun 25
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Practica EspaƱol Jun 22
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Spanish Motivator Jun 20
Do you know the difference between 'ponerse' and 'llevar puesto?' They can be confusing, but Miss Ada is here to help make it easier for you! Join her class on clothing by visiting our YouTube channel
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Spanish Motivator Jun 20
How many of you got a chance to see the video we posted yesterday? šŸ™‹ā€ā™€ļøšŸ™‹ā€ā™‚ļø -- Guess what?! šŸ™ŒWe have extra practice material for you to take your learning even further. -- Check out the blog!
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Practica EspaƱol Jun 23
Read our post about possessive adjectives and possessive pronouns and review the use of them with easy examples.
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Practica EspaƱol Jun 24
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Practica EspaƱol Jun 25
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Practica EspaƱol Jun 18
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Practica EspaƱol Jun 20
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NaTakallam Jun 21
Ever tried 'Arepa'? Derived from the indigenous word "erepa" which means "corn," the yummy cornbread buns are common street food in Venezuela and Colombia, and can be stuffed with cheese, beans, avocado and any meat you fancy! Buen Provecho!
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