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How to Keep Your Spanish Language Skills Fresh After Returning From Study Abroad

You just had the summer of your life; you’ve learned Spanish and managed to express yourself perfectly and fluently in a foreign country.  But, like all good things, summer has come to an end, and you’ve returned home. What can you do to keep your Spanish skills fresh?
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The Passion for The Red

The Spanish love of soccer is something mythical, but its passion for its national team, Spain’s national selection, is truly legendary. If the team, known as “The Red Fury”, “The Fury”, or simply “The Red” (although technically that nickname also corresponds to the Chilean national team) is playing, the country comes to a standstill. Everything becomes eerily quiet, at least until one of their players begins approaching the opposite goal… And God help the channel that isn’t playing the game on TV, because its ratings are guaranteed to fall sharply! It doesn’t matter if it’s for a huge championship competition or just a friendly game: if The Red is playing, the fans will follow.

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Share your best summer with Enforex and win a Smart Watch!

UPDATE: We’d like to remind you that this contest is now over. Thank you to everyone who participated!

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Who’s the Spanish Version of Your Favorite Singer? (II)

A few weeks ago we compared some of the most well-known English-language singers with some of the most well-known in the Spanish language. It was a pretty great list if we do say so ourselves, but we thought we’d give you a few more! So listen up, pump up the volume and get ready to listen to Spanish versions of…
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Words of Love by Spanish Speaking Authors

We already know that Spanish is passion… but it is also love. And as proof here are 10 immortal phrases by some of our best authors, perfect for Valentine’s Day!
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Traditions for Lovers in Spain Throughout the Year

On February 14, Valentine’s Day is celebrated around the world, but obviously it is not the only day of the year when couples can show each other how they feel. Throughout the year there are various traditions and customs for love and lovers which also have special days or moments dedicated to them in Spain. Take a look at some of the most well-known celebrations.

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Salamanca: A City for Students

The University of Salamanca is one of the oldest universities in Spain; and in Europe only Oxford, Cambridge, the University of Paris and the University of Bologna have it beat. Since 1218 this university has been educating young people from across the country as well as foreign students from around the world, converting Salamanca into a meeting point for thousands of university students year-round.

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FAQ s About Spanish Punctuation

The use of punctuation in Spanish can be a bit tricky (for example, remember that our language is one of the few that uses question marks and exclamation points at the beginning and at the end of a sentence). In fact, we can even go so far as to say that there are questions that are even difficult for native Spanish speakers to solve. So what are they, you may ask.
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Each Tapa in Its Place

Spain has excellent and varied cuisine, which is also very regional. That means that each region has its own specialties, which we can see in the tapas we find there. Want to know which ones you can’t miss in each of the areas you may visit?

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The New Exam for Becoming a Spanish Citizen

After October 29 of this year, if you want to apply for Spanish citizenship you will have to pass a test to prove you have basic knowledge of the Spanish language, culture, politics and society. Knowing this you may ask yourself, “Who has the authority to choose the questions on the exam?” Well, there’s no need to worry; the institution in charge in this case is the Instituto Cervantes.

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