Latinos de Corazón: Bloggers Edition >> Spanish Friday

[Today’s Friday Feature is written in Spanish as part of Spanish Friday. The English translation is below; La traducción en ingles esta al final]

El post de “Spanish Friday” esta semana será un post de “Friday Feature” también.

Algunos de mis blogs favoritos pertenecen a individuos que me gusta referir como “Latinos de Corazón.”

Un blog que aseguro a visitar varias veces cada semana es el de Tracy López, que es la bloguera quién escribe el blog Latinaish.com. Ella es angloamericana o como ella dice en su página, “caucásico […], gringa o blanca como el pan de

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Wonderbread […]” Ella tiene un gran sentido del humor, también. Nacida y criada fuera de Washington D.C., ella habla, lee y escribe en español, cada día. Ella es la bloguera quién me interesó en “Spanish Friday.” Ella es una escritora freelance que ha contribuido a varios otros blogs, sitios web y publicaciones de letra incluyendo Fox News Latino. Era por estos otros sitios que primero la descubrí.

El segundo blog es uno que descubrí hace pocos días. El nombre de éste blogeuro es Travis Mair del blog I want 2 speak Spanish. Es un estadounidense que vive en Nueva Zelanda, que también está tratando de aprender a hablar español. Él ha estado fijando su progreso en línea. Disfruto que él ha permitido que otros sean una parte de su viaje para hacerse fluidez en español.

Por lo tanto, si usted está interesado a aprender español o mantener su mente fresca como un hispanohablante asegúrese a visitar Latinish.com o I want 2 speak Spanish. Usted no será decepcionado.

¡Hasta el próximo viernes! (Siéntesen libre de comentar sobre las correcciones en los comentarios. He añadido una traducción al final del post.)

Latinos de Corazón: Bloggers Edition >> Spanish Friday

This week’s “Spanish Friday” post will be a “Friday Feature” post as well.

Some of my favorite blogs belong to individuals that I like to refer to as a “Latinos de Corazón.”

One blog that I make sure to visit several times each week is that of Tracy López, who is the bloguera who writes the blog Latinaish.com. She is Anglo-American or as she puts it in her about page, “[…] Caucasian, gringa or white as Wonder bread […]” (She has a great sense of humor, too.) Born and raised outside of Washington D.C., she speaks, reads and writes en español, every day. She was the bloguera who got me interested in “Spanish Friday.” She is a freelance writer who has contributed to various other blogs, websites and print publications including Fox News Latino. It was through these other sites that I first discovered her.

The second blog is one I discovered just a few days ago. This blogeuros name is Travis Mair of the blog  I want 2 speak Spanish. He is an American living in New Zealand who is also trying to learn to speak Spanish. He has been posting his progress online. I enjoy that he has allowed others to be a part of his journey to become fluent in Spanish.

So, if you are interested in learning Spanish or keeping your mind fresh as a Spanish-speaker make sure to visit Latinaish.com or I want 2 speak Spanish. You won’t be disappointed.

Until next Friday! (Feel free comment on corrections in the comments. I have added a translation at the bottom of the post.)

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8 responses to “Latinos de Corazón: Bloggers Edition >> Spanish Friday

  1. I can’t tell you how much this touched my heart, José. You have definitely started my weekend with a smile. Thanks for the kind words and for participating in Spanish Friday. Feliz finde, hermano :)

  2. ¡De nada, Tracy! Feliz fin de semana! :)

    (You’re welcome, Tracy! Happy end of the week [weekend].)

  3. Great post today thanks. I really enjoyed it very much.

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  4. Gracias por el Ping Back y tambien por ensenarme unos nuevos blogs que yo no e liedo.

  5. Gracias for the shout out! I feel honored to be singled out in your post for spanish friday! Gracias otra vez

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