The Top 10 Best Spanish Twitter Feeds to Follow

Below is a list of my top 10 favorite Spanish twitter feeds that I compiled for you. I follow all of these and recommend you do the same! They will help you pick up the language even when lazily browsing twitter. ūüôā

10 Best Spanish Twitter

1. -- Learn Spanish on the web. Tweets a random Spanish word frequently with the translation.

2. -- A word a day goes a long way! Use this online resource to enhance your Spanish learning and ask questions. Tweets words and phrases and translates them. Also tweets other facts and grammar.

3. -- Are you studying Spanish? Make it easy by learning 3 new words a day right on Twitter!

4. -- Official Twitter account for Transparent Language Spanish. Learn the language with free resources, social media, and research-based software that works. Tweets expressions, phrases, words and articles in Spanish.

5. -- Spanish Word A Day and computer programs to learn Spanish. Tweets a new Spanish word everyday with example sentences.

6. -- Learn Spanish with words & phrases of the day from Living Language! Tweets Spanish phrases, words, articles and more.

7. -- Bestselling author in Chile and Puerto Rico of Speaking Latino books on Spanish slang. Traveler, language lover, entrepreneur, & voracious reader. Tweets interesting Spanish words and facts. Also tweets about Spanish slang and other articles.

8.¬†¬†--¬†El espa√Īol de la calle (typical spoken spanish). Esto no son simples traducciones literales, es mucho m√°s que eso. Spanish phrases, vocab, articles and more.

9. -- Free Spanish Sentences Vocabulary Pronunciation Grammar Tests. Tweets vocab, articles, and quizzes.

10. -- Revista de ciencia, historia, tecnología, salud, psicología, innovación y curiosidades. A Spanish news organisation that tweets in Spanish only. Great for practicing your reading skills.

Bonus:¬†¬†--Speak Spanish Britishly. Just a funny British guide for you. I thought this one was¬†hilarious¬† He tweets English words and phrases and gives a (completely¬†inaccurate) translation which sounds very close to the English¬†pronunciation. Don't use it for learning¬†obviously... ūüėČ


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