Tag Archives: Spanish

4 top places to visit in Argentina

Learning Spanish? Immersing yourself in a language is the quickest and most rewarding way to learn! Imagine how proud of yourself you will feel for being able to converse easily with people as you travel. All your hard work will have paid off, and you’ll learn so much more! And with so many cities across(…)


What volunteering opportunities are in Ecuador?

If you are learning Spanish, there is little better way of picking up the language than by immersing yourself in it. There are twenty countries in the world with Spanish as their official language, including Ecuador; why not soak up the history and culture of this beautiful country by going there yourself? If traveling seems(…)


What volunteering opportunities exist in Argentina?

If you are learning a language, there is nothing like immersing yourself in a country where that language is spoken. And with a language like Spanish, you are spoilt for choice in destinations! Spanish is spoken as an official language in twenty countries around the world, the vast majority of which are in South America.(…)


The Top 5 Languages of the Future

When thinking about the future, language might not be the first subject that comes to mind for you. But when imagining what the world might look like 10, 20, or even 30 years from now, it is a factor we should probably consider. With shifting political landscapes, and even our environment changing beneath our feet,(…)


Tips to Master the Easiest and Hardest Languages to Learn

The ease or difficulty involved in learning another language is often a factor in which ones we choose to study. High-school students tend to go with French and Spanish for a reason: because these are easier and take less time to learn than, say Chinese, or Hungarian. But others love tackling the hard ones because(…)


Catalonian Crisis: Is Language the Root of Nationality?

The story of Catalonia is a complicated one, but it is one heck of a fascinating linguistic phenomenon. Catalan plays a fundamental role in the region’s debate for independence, serving not only as fuel for the opposition but as the highest expression of identity. Before we dive into cultural debates, I want to make it(…)