Posts tagged Spanish
Making Mistakes, but Just Wanting to Move on

One of the most frustration aspects of practicing a non-native language is how your mistakes can often be honed in on while your point is overlooked. In terms of having successful communication, I believe it’s often best to recognize mistakes but also move on.

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Coming to Terms with "No Pasa Nada"

When I first arrived in Spain I was enamored with their laid-back “no pasa nada” attitude but as time has gone on it’s become more difficult to embrace. Today I’m fessing up to the ways in which I’ll never “be no pasa nada” and why.

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Learn Spanish: When Do I Use 'Usted?'

Choosing between the formal ‘usted’ and informal ‘’ pronouns is harder than you may think—especially because the interpretation of what is formal and informal is both subjective and cultural. Read on to learn about the interpretation of this in Spain.

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Insights into Daily Life: An Interview

Today we are sharing an interview that Dani and Claudia did with Charlotte, an intern at a language school in Ronda. We talk about what it is like to live abroad in Spain and give tips for immersing yourself.

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A Letter to Myself Before I Moved Abroad (Claudia)

If I were to talk to my 17 year old self, I would want to assure her that everything is going to be okay and that life has a way of working itself out. If I were to write her a letter, this is what it would say.

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