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Old April 14, 2016, 03:28 PM
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I have recently started trying to learn Spanish. Can anyone recommend an online Spanish language newspaper that I can practice reading. I have tried El Pais but I am hoping that someone can recommend one that uses simpler language

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El Diario is from New York, and it's a lot easier.
http://www.eldiariony.com/
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El Diario is from New York, and it's a lot easier.
http://www.eldiariony.com/
... if you catch its constant change of language, or mixes. It's very simple but English permeates the articles with strange juggles like "15 líneas del subway", "autobuses shuttle" or some constructions that mimic English.

Yet, a simple nice source to practice and learn, being you warned beforehand.
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I've been doing "Free Voluntary Reading" (FVR) for a couple of years, and now daily, this year.

I read BBC.com in Spanish and CNN (I know the latter sucks) but articles are articles, and some stories include short video interviews / reports on the topics.

As we know, a great vocab builder, but I only write down terms occasionally, and terms I consider important to know regarding the topic.

I'll check out "El Diario."
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You can also take a look at this thread for a few more suggestions.
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Done, thanks.

Voy a tratar El Universario.

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Cool! Have fun.

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Voy a tratar con(The preposition helps to distinguish between "tratar algo", which means to try doing something, and to try something in the sense of testing/tasting something) El Universario Universal.
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Angela,

I'm reading Universal every day now
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