An interview with the director of SpanishNYC's Spanish instruction school in New York City, Luis Cardozo

Spanish NYC Video: Under the Influence – En Espanol

Languages are the Ultimate Barrier Wrecker. You walk down the street and the music mixes with the crowd around; people from all over the world in a limitless wave that comes and goes. The whole world is before your eyes and brings with it the freedom of the four winds. You don´t have to know it perfectly, but you can effectively communicate with every single person you run into. Language is the ultimate barrier wrecker and you have the power to conquer whatever it is that you commit to. Read more

A cityscape view of Barcelona Spain

My city, Barcelona. Spanish Learning Video

Barcelona (Spain) is today one of the world’s leading tourist, economic, trade fair/exhibitions and cultural-sports centers, and its influence in commerce, education, entertainment, media, fashion, science, and the arts all contribute to its status as one of the world’s major global cities. Read more

Learn Spanish with traditional songs

Cancion Mixteca – Learn Spanish with traditional songs

Canción Mixteca is a Mexican folk song written by  composer José López Alavez. Lopez Alavez wrote the melody of the song in 1912. He later added the composed the lyrics in 1915. Lopez Alavez composed it originally about Lopez Alavez’s feelings of homesickness for his home region of Oaxaca after moving to Mexico City. In modern times, the song has become an anthem both for the region of Oaxaca and Mexican citizens living abroad who miss their homeland. Read more

Stock photo of Celine Dion

Celine Dion – All by Myself in Spanish

Celine Dion – All by Myself in Spanish with Lyrics Read more

Private Spanish lessons NYC. A slow pronunciation and a special attention to syllables

Tips for a great Spanish pronunciation

English has a stress based pronunciation which means that intonation and stress of key words is the most important factor in order to be understood. Read more

a woman teaching spanish to students in Brooklyn

The verb “tener”, “to have” in Spanish – Idiomatic expressions

The verb “Tener”, “to have” in Spanish, is used in many idiomatic expressions such as:
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Mayor Bill de Blasio speaking in Spanish

Snowstorm Hercules hit the North East with Arctic temperatures, bitter winds, and up to two feet of snow creating potentially dangerous conditions. Read more