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How I Learned Spanish (Video)

I have already written an article on this, but for those of you who would like to listen and see, here ya go!


  1. En este periodo del coronavirus, he estado pensando en mi método de aprender español -- aunque sigo viviendo aquí en Estados Unidos -- dejar todo el input en inglés (programas de la televisión, libros, sitios web, podcasts etc.) y recibir todo en español, en lo posible, por los últimos 2+ años. Creo que será un hueco en mi vida cultural estadounidense relacionado con este periodo de estudiar español. No voy a entender referencias a Game of Thrones, Stranger Things ni las películas Marvel, por ejemplo. En cambio, voy a entender referencias a La Casa de Papel, Narcos, Club de Cuervos, Radio Ambulante, Bad Bunny, Calle 13, hasta El Chavo del 8 y Fito Páez. Creo que evitar las influencias estadounidenses vale la pena. ¿Qué piensas?

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