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        Este blog se dedica al aprendizaje de dos grupos de personas: Los que hablan español y quisieran aprender inglés, y los que hablan inglés y quisieran aprender español. Habrán 2 versiones de cada artículo que escribo: uno en español, y otro en inglés. Creo que es importante aprender fuera de la escuela. Así aprendí yo a hablar con fluidez, y creo que si otros leen y siguen los consejos de mis entradas, pueden hacer lo mismo. Estoy dispuesto a contestar cualquier pregunta que tengan, así que no tengan miedo. No hay pregunta estúpida. Si quieren retarse, lean los artículos escritos en inglés.


        This blog is for two groups of people: Those who know English and want to learn Spanish, and those who know Spanish and want to learn English. There will be two versions of every article that I write; one in Spanish, and another in English. I believe that it is important to continue learning outside of the classroom. That is how I learned how to become fluent, and I believe that if others read and  follow the advice on my posts, they can also achieve what I have achieved.I am willing to answer any questions that you may have, so don't be afraid to ask. There are no stupid questions. If you want to challenge yourself, read the posts written in Spanish.


  1. He visto tu video en YouTube y mi desea es hablar y comprender natural como tu. Gracias para esta recurso.

    1. Me alegra que te haya inspirado. Es posible hacerlo si te dedicas al aprendizaje.

  2. Hola
    Spanish isn't your first language?? If not, wow! You speak very well. I'd love to reach that level. How long did it take you?

  3. No. Spanish is not my first language. I started learning around 10 years old. But I started taking it serious around 13. I don't have a specific time frame for when I became very fluent, but I am not a believer in those 3 month programs. Learning a language is a journey through culture, experience, and education. Everyone's time frame is different and you cab learn it rather quickly with a lot of Effort, but the learning never stops

  4. I want to schedule a class, how's your calendar looking?


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