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Teach Your Children Spanish

by Corey
Teach Child Spanish

In 2012 I was looking for ways families could help their children learn new languages and I came across a company producing language learning products specifically for children in a multitude of different languages: Dino Lingo! For families looking to teach young children a new language at home (homeschoolers, children who haven’t yet started school, […]

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General Multilingualism

Learn Spanish to Help You Understand English!

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By Leslie Collins Photo credit: lisibo “I before E, except after C.” You surely remember that grammar rule—and exception—from elementary school. Rules and exceptions like these are part of what make English so confusing and difficult to use eloquently. Even adults struggle to master the rules, structure, and tenses of English. Throughout adulthood, people are […]

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Language Challenge 101

The Telenovela Method of Learning Spanish (or any other language)

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Hi, I’m Andrew, and I’ve been teaching myself Spanish for almost four years now. I’ve been doing this entirely on my own and it’s been a huge learning experience, the fruits of which I enjoy sharing with other people who are passionate about teaching themselves a new language. Right now, I’m going to cover one […]

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An American Family Living in Spain – Will My Son Be OK in School?

by Corey

My husband and I live in southern Spain with our four young children. Two boys (ages six and four) as well as two girls (ages two and one). We have decided to enroll our children in the local Spanish schools. So far this has been hardest on my six year old as he does not […]

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Language Challenge 101

Language Challenge 101 – Week Fourteen

by Corey

¡Hola, amigos! Welcome to week fourteen of Multilingual Living’s Language Challenge 101 – learning a language over the course of 101 days. If you missed our first few weeks, just click on the Language Challenge 101 button on the very left of this website page and you’ll find everything we have done so far.

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