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Naomi Todd
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San Andrés is a dreamy Caribbean island, here's what I got up to. #SanAndres   #Colombia  

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Language immersion is the fastest and best way to learn a language, but it is no easy feat. Here's how to survive full language immersion. 

#languagelearning   #languages  

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The Sea of Seven Colours lives up to its in Colombia's beautiful Caribbean island, San Andrés. Here's what I got up to (little, if you're wondering) #Colombia   #SanAndres  

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3 weeks exactly today until I fly home to ol' Blighty. Don't worry, I plan on doing plenty before I leave Colombia. #Colombia   #Medellin  

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Could you #InspireAClass  to learn a foreign language? Here's my experience learning Spanish in Medellín, Colombia.

#languagelearning   #Colombia  

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I could talk until the cows come home about how great learning languages. So when I heard about the #InspireAClass  initiative, I was on board.

Here's my experience of learning languages and why I think they are so great, amazing and bloody useful.

#langchat   #languages  

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I finally made it to Jardín, a beautiful pueblo in Antioquia, three and a half hours away from Medellín. Here's what I got up to.

#colombia   #weekendgetaway  

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I'd spent too much of the recent gorgeous weather in Medellín cooped up inside so I took advantage of the sun and headed to Medellín's Jardín Botánico to spend my lunch break outside.

Here's what I got up to.

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Here in Medellin, I've learnt quite a bit of Paisa slang and expressions. In today's post, I thought I would share some of the basics.

Which are your favourite Paisa expressions and phrases? #Medellin   #Colombia  

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The paisa accent in Medellín is a great one to learn for Spanish learners - people generally speak clearly and slowly and enunciate.

There are a few particularities and the Paisa slang is something that takes somes getting used to. But, it's a very rich and fascinating slang, so I thought I'd compile a list of basic Paisa expressions.

Which Paisa expression would you add to the list?
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