Ask the readers: Would you prefer full Spanish articles in the blog?

Today, I wanted to do something a bit different than what I always post on my blog: ask the readers!

Instead of posting an article with tips, hacks or tricks to improve your Spanish, I want to hear your opinions.

The question is simple:

Would you prefer to read the Spanish-to-Mind articles in full Spanish?

You see, I created Spanish to Mind to help people improve their Spanish, and a good way to improve is by reading easy-to-understand-material in Spanish.

Now, it doesn’t mean that I’d stop writing useful articles in English with tips to learn Spanish.

I say this because I know that there’s some of you who are beginners looking to make progress with my blog posts, and reading a full article in Spanish might be too difficult right now, but…

Would you like to see articles in full Spanish more often?

By the way… most of the content that I publish on this blog aims to help you learn new phrases, motivate you to improve your Spanish, teach you powerful and effective techniques to achieve fluency, and also drive you to other places and people who can help you make progress.

However, when I think about articles in full Spanish, some ideas come to my head about the type of content that I could write about, for example:

  • Traveling guides in full Spanish.
  • Articles about the culture in Colombia.
  • Topics to start conversations with native speakers.
  • Include some key phrases at the beginning of every article in full Spanish.

What kind of articles in full Spanish would you like to read?

I really love hearing all your opinions. I know some of you have been studying Spanish for a while now and I’d like to hear about what kind of content you’d like to see.

Please leave a comment below and let me know what you think about this topic. Hopefully, you can help me improve the kind of content of Spanish-to-Mind so you can improve your Spanish and achieve fluency once and for all.

PS: I wrote something for the blog in full Spanish in the past, here’s the link so you can get an idea of the type of post that I’m talking about in today’s ask the readers: ¿Cómo es Medellín? Mira los peligros que corres en esta ciudad

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Diego Cuadros is a blogger and a Spanish online teacher. He uses stories to help Spanish lovers understand fast-speaking native speakers, so they don't freeze and panic in conversations.

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