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Destination Andalucia Video Blog Part 2

Bienvenidos! Here is part two on my video blog, where I talk about class, excursions, and what it's like in Granada. If you have questions or anything to say, comment below or share!

Quality, Not Quantity

Andy Kaufman urges U.S. schools to recognize and credit Costa Rican immersion schools As colleges and universities in the U.S. look to simplify their operations and streamline the services they provide to their students, we’ve...

Destinación Andalucía Video Blog Part 1

Hola & Bienvenidos! Welcome to part one of Language Magazine's Video Blog for Destinación Andalucía, with me, Leanna Robinson, Language Magazine's own Assistant Editor. I'm spending a few weeks in Granada, a town in...

Last Chance to Register for San Diego Spanish Conference

The AATSP provides an annual forum for instructors from the U.S. and abroad that includes over 250 events during 3½ days of discussions, workshops, sessions, exhibits, speeches, and awards that reflect trends, interests, and...

¡Qué Rico!

Costa Rica packs a multitude of experiences for the Spanish immersion student into a small, friendly, happy country Visit Costa Rica’s official tourism site and read its official slogan, “No Artificial Ingredients”—a mantra of...

Costa Rican Spanish

Like most places, Costa Rica has its own unique words, phrases, and uses of language, so even fluent Spanish speakers can learn something new ¡Pura vida! This is Costa Rica’s national motto and embodies the country’s...

Netflix to Adapt Spanish Masterpiece

Nobel Prize–winning author Gabriel García Márquez’s literary masterwork One Hundred Years of Solitude is coming to the screen. Netflix has acquired the rights to develop the beloved and acclaimed novel, considered to be one...

Spanish Ballot Win in Florida

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) announced Thursday that he would ensure that Spanish-language ballots are available across the state. The announcement comes after legal pressure from Spanish language and civil rights groups in the...

Booksellers Donate Spanish Books to Refugees

The American Booksellers Association arranged for booksellers, authors, and publishers attending its Winter Institute in Albuquerque, New Mexico, to donate Spanish-language books for refugees waiting at the U.S.–Mexico border. ABA’s Libros Para el Viaje (“Books...

Spanish from Cartagena to Patagonia

Language Magazine looks at study abroad options in Colombia and Argentina Colombia Colombia’s position as the gateway to South America and the Amazon has shaped its history, making it one of the most diverse and culturally...
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