Ñ de Español

La llorona

It’s a popular myth from Mexico that can also be found in almost all Latin American countries. With variations, the story is almost always the same: a young mother has lost her children in a tragic way and her troubled soul is condemned to wander in the night screaming, “Oh, Read more…

Travel blogs

When we travel, most of us take thousands of photos.  Back home, we torture family and friends showing them all the faces andlandscapes that we’ve seen so that they can share our experience and see what we saw through our eyes.  Some people go further and write blogs about feelings Read more…

The sound of spoken language

When we are learning a new language, one of the biggest challenges is developing correct pronunciation. “Fill in the blank” excercises are an easy place to start, but when we actually start speaking everything sounds bad for a while. Fortunately, at the University of Iowa, a team of people have Read more…

¿Falta mucho? / Much further?

Many students come, learn and use what they have learned. Others forget their Spanish as soon as they close their notebook. But some students continue learning, reflecting on their experience and wanting to share it. This is the case with Eric, a former Ñ student from the United States. He Read more…