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I’m Nacho and I’m obsessed with teaching people how to get out of Spanish Intermediate Purgatory.

That’s when you know your Spanish is pretty good, but you feel like you’ve stopped improving.

It’s when you understand everything that people say, but when you want to continue the conversation, your brain freezes up and you say nothing.

It’s when you’ve been studying Spanish for years, but whenever you try to speak to natives, they reply in English.

It’s kind of a bummer, but there’s a way out.

That’s totally me. What’s the way out?

I go into a lot more depth here and here, but here’s the gist:  the fastest way to get to real fluency is to engage in deliberate practice every day.

Deliberate practice is the stronger, buffer, more good-looking brother of low-intensity practice. It’s challenging, but it can also be fun and incredibly addictive. In this blog, I share the strategies you need to get the most out of your language learning.

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