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Net Neutrality – How does it impact you?

The idea of net neutrality is that everyone has equal access to all websites, online content and platforms. Specific websites can’t be blocked or slowed down or given preferential treatment by ISPs (Internet Service Providers). Net neutrality…

What’s Trending in English Language Learning?

Ten years ago, I moved from the US to Spain. I’ve been studying Spanish ever since. For multiple reasons, I have not been able to advance past the Intermediate level. It’s a bit frustrating and embarrassing! So this year, I decided to make…

Better language, better future.

The companies that have implemented internationalization strategies are the ones that have fared better in the crisis. As Almudena Semur says, manager and coordinator of the Research Department of the Institute for Economic Studies (IEE), stated…

Live to learn

Everyone knows that in order to learn a language, it is best to practice and live the immersive experiences in the language that we want to learn. Living in a foreign language we are forced to work in environments and circumstances of the most…

More words, less words,
English - Spanish.

In 2014 the Royal Spanish Academy (RSA) added 5,000 new entries compared to the previous revision, in the year 2001. Of the 93,111 entries, with 195,439 exceptions in total, 19,000 are Americanisms. Which means that 20% of the words accepted…