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Learn Spanish with Coca-Cola – Reasons to Believe in a Better World in Spanish

Last modified:Tuesday, March 22, 2016  Today we will use a couple of great commercials by Coca-Cola as tools to practice the Spanish. Are you ready to get started? This is how the activity works: First, play the English version of the commercial in order to understand what the commercial was about.   Second, play the …

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Learn Spanish with Oral Presentations – Gaby Vargas at TEDxDF

Last modified:Sunday, October 4, 2015There are times when finding materials to practice Spanish can seem like a challenge. But in these times of digital abundance, being creative and resourceful can make things much easier. Today we will use an oral presentation in Spanish by Gaby Vargas (a Mexican book author) recorded at TEDxDF as a …

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Learn Spanish with Coca-Cola Light – Funny Commercials in Spanish

Last modified:Tuesday, March 11, 2014  There are many ways to practice Spanish, and when it comes to finding entertaining ways to do it. Being creative and flexible is an important asset that separates fast learners from those who get bored and quit. Today we will use a funny Coca-Cola commercial to practice Spanish while discussing …

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Learn Spanish with Oral Presentations – Michael Rojkind at TEDxPuraVida

Last modified:Saturday, November 16, 2013There are times when finding materials to practice Spanish may seem like a challenge, but in these times of digital abundance, with a little creativity and flexibility, finding innovative ways to practice is easier than most people think. In this post, we’ll use an oral presentation in Spanish by Michael Rojkind, …

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Learn Spanish with Funny Dogs!

Last modified:Saturday, November 16, 2013  Welcome, today we will learn Spanish with the help of this fun canine friend: Image from: http://cheezburger.com/7311556096   Let’s try to understand what this dog saying. Any clues? Let’s begin with the top section, it says “Yo”, that is “I” in Spanish. Then it says “huelo”, which comes from the …

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