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First-hand stories about Spanish speaking countries, their culture, people, traditions, language, and food!

Best Tips for Your Spanish IB Preparation

By Admin | Mar 12, 2018

At The Spanish Academy, we understand your struggles when facing your Spanish IB. But you do not need to worry about your Spanish IB preparation. You just need to come to us and prepare your exams with the best teachers. They are all truly certified Spanish teachers and highly-qualified to…

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Learn Spanish with NO Difficulties

By Admin | Feb 20, 2018

People who learn Spanish have some common difficulties. Today we will discuss a few of them that drive some people mad but turns out to be a minor concern with a few tips. As mentioned in our last post on our blog, being one of the most spoken languages worldwide,…

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Top Reasons to Learn Spanish Right Now

By Admin | Feb 6, 2018

Hola, amigo/a*! We know you have heard these two words before, haven’t you? They come along anytime when you get to know new people or are introduced to acquaintances. This is likely going to be your passport to any conversation with Spanish speakers (*you will use “amigo” when addressing a…

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7 Weird Spanish Christmas Traditions

By Admin | Dec 22, 2017

In Spain, Christmas is one of the longest holidays of the year. Traditions in Spain are very special. Although a large number of traditions are celebrated throughout the Spanish territory, below we will showcase some of the local alternatives to Santa Claus, a very special way to do the countdown…

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Let’s Go Party at the Carnival in Cádiz!

By Admin | Jun 26, 2017

Cádiz is a seashore city in the Southern part of Spain. Carnival in Cádiz is one of the most famous and entertaining carnivals in Spain, which is well-known for its unique originality. Thousands of tourists would go there to join the carnival every year, and it is the most awaited…

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12 Grapes and Spain NYE tradition

Traditional New Year’s Eve in Spain: The Twelve Grapes

By Admin | Dec 29, 2016

It’s New Year’s Eve and everybody is getting ready to say goodbye to 2020! In Spain, there is a special tradition for the last night of the year. We call that night “Nochevieja” which means “night old”. It consists of eating 12 grapes at 12 o’clock during the 12 gongs…

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