So you’ve been living in Madrid for quite some time but for some reason, your Spanish isn’t quite up to scratch. Here’s a goodie bag of tips, techniques and tools for improving your level of Spanish.
Everybody’s always saying the best way to improve your Spanish in Madrid is to do an intercambio, or language exchange. Sometimes, things don’t work out.
A uniquely Spanish expression to describe the situation when you’re left in the city to work while your loved ones go on vacation.
With all our current economic woes, Polly’s being put on a diet. Understand how “el chocolate del loro” figures into the discussion over Spain’s austerity measures.
Learning Spanish grammar and vocabulary can be tough, but this month we look at a website which enables learners not only to practise, but also to help mankind by translating real web content.
Feel like your Spanish is stagnating? You need to practise. Intercambios can be a great way to improve your level while making friends and helping others practise their English. However let’s be honest, some of them can be hard work! Fortunately, Verbling can help you practise your español without all that awkwardness.