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I started learning Spanish in middle school, and kept studying it through grade 12. However, once I entered college, I had to take French, Italian, and German as part of my vocal performance degree.
One of my New Year’s resolutions this year was to get back into my language study. I realized that I visit Spanish speaking countries the most often. In fact, I am in Mexico as I write this! I wanted to brush up on my Spanish, but wanted to do it affordably and quickly. Nothing is worse than not being able to communicate with the people around you. Even if it’s just to ask how much something costs, to order food at a restaurant, or ask for directions.
Here are a few ways I am learning Spanish for free (or close to it):
And read up on my travel tips for Cancun, Mexico!
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