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We have carefully selected over 100 classic Spanish songs that are easy to learn and hard to forget.

These songs are Spanish “standards” that everyone knows and singing the right one can make you the hit of a party! Of course they will also help you grow your ability to speak and understand Spanish at an intermediate level.

In addition to singing along with the artists, you will be able to read the lyrics with two translations and listen to and learn from a teacher who has carefully recorded the lyrics both at normal speed and at a very slow speed.

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La Tortuga Gigante – Listen and Read

This is a wonderful story that was originally written for children, but is a great story to read to improve your Spanish. The translated text is an excerpt from the book, “Novels for Novices” which you can buy and download and there is a very good narration so you can both . . . 
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Learn the Spanish Numbers

We have a page for learning the numbers in Spanish that we think you will like. It has a nice tool for learning 0 to 100 in order at the top of the page, then a tool for memorizing your phone number. And of course it has a table with . . . 
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Learn the Alphabet and More in Spanish

We have just made a brand new page for learning the Spanish alphabet. It has all the audio and the usual examples you would expect, plus a tool for learning the alphabet in order. Learn to Spell Your Name You can also learn to spell your name in Spanish. This . . . 
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How do You Say “Pain in the Neck or Ass” in Spanish?

Directly translating common English figures of speech into Spanish usually doesn’t work. For example, a “Pain in the Neck” in English when translated literally into Spanish doesn’t make sense at all. Instead they say a phrase “dolor de muelas” which translates directly to “Pain in the Molar”.   Key Takeaways: Figures of . . . 
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How Les Learned Spanish at age 74 – Video

It’s a real honor when our customers buy our program, follow our instructions and get the results that we hoped for and that they hoped for. Les Jameson bought our Spanish 1, 2 & 3 package on October 11, 2015 and he made this video on November 21, 2016. 
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Apologies in Spanish – Disculpas

Spanish has a lot of ways to say, “I’m sorry.”  Fortunately we have a great lesson that covers may of the common ways to say things like, “I’m sorry, it shouldn’t have happened that way, please forgive me and I promise it won’t happen again.” Of course it probably will . . . 
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