Duolingo Spanish Language Event Hosts

Select Another LanguageArabic Chinese Danish Dutch Greek Hawaiian Hebrew Hindi Hungarian Indonesian Japanese Korean Latin Norwegian Romanian Scottish Gaelic Swahili Swedish Turkish Ukranian Welsh Esperanto French Russian Italian Portuguese German Spanish English Select a Language Duolingo Spanish Language Event Hosts by Pep Talk Radio There are many online communities or platforms where you can find amazing people to practice with and learn from. Duolingo is one of those platforms and on this page, you’ll find some amazing native and non-native Spanish language hosts from all around the world. If you are a Duolingo host and would like to be...

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Rules, Guidelines, & Topics for Weekly Debate

“Don't raise your voice, improve your argument." — Benjamin Lee Whorf Rules, Guidelines, & Topics for Weekly Debate by Pep Talk Radio Is debate and argument same? This has always been a very tricky question to answer. While they aren’t the same, there aren’t much difference either. Debate is an argument with a proper structure, rules, set time, and in a very friendly environment. Click here for Schedule & Agenda Weekly Debate Topics: Importance of college education. Homeschooling vs traditional schooling. Should children carry mobile devices at school? Age restriction for violent/shooting video games. Pros & cons of social...

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Innovative Ways to Learn a Foreign Language

“Wisdom is not a product of schooling but of the lifelong attempt to acquire it.” – Albert Einstein Innovative Ways to Learn a Foreign Language by Pep Talk Radio Learning a language has always been one of the most common new year’s resolutions around the globe. Every year millions of people start learning a new language but many surveys show that more than 50% people give up within the first few weeks and another 25% in the next few weeks. Most people find learning a new language very tedious and it also gets boring at times for many new...

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Present Continuous Tense (Simplified)

“It’s hard to beat a person who never gives up.” – Babe Ruth Present Continuous Tense (Simplified) by Pep Talk Radio The present continuous (also called the present progressive) tense indicates that an action has already started in the past and it’s still going on, and may continue into the future. Let’s look at the image below to understand more. In the above picture, the girl started singing in the past and she is still singing, and this action of singing will continue in future. Let’s understand this with another example: You’re in a restaurant. The waiter has served...

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Introductions, Greetings, and Farewells in Spanish

“The secret of getting ahead is getting started.” – Mark Twain Introductions, Greetings, and Farewells in Spanish by Pep Talk Radio In this post you’ll learn the basic introduction, common greetings and different ways to say goodbye to someone in Spanish. This post can also help you if you’re traveling to a Spanish speaking country and want to impress someone by speaking un poco de español (a little bit of Spanish). There are several ways to introduce ourselves, greet people at different times of the day, and say goodbye. Let’s start with common and useful greetings and basic introduction:...

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7 Most Useful Languages to Learn in 2023

“Language shapes the way we think, and determines what we can think about." — Benjamin Lee Whorf 7 Most Useful Languages to Learn in 2023 by Pep Talk Radio At some point in our life we all want to learn a new language. These days it’s hard to find a student who is not trying to learn one or more languages besides their native language. Learning a language is no longer a hobby but a necessity to survive in this competitive world. A bilingual or polyglot will always have an edge over a monolingual person. Have you ever wondered...

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