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I know of one resource that has something similar to graded watching: Dreaming Spanish on YouTube According to the channel description, Dreaming Spanish is the biggest resource of Spanish Comprehensible Input. The videos are “graded” into 4 playlists: Superbeginner, Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced


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Any board game that involves cooperation would be great for practicing speaking to other players in Spanish. Also, word and trivia board games are a nice way for learning new vocabulary. 1. Cooperative Board Games For a list of cooperative board games, you can check this page on BoardGameGeek. Forbidden Island and Forbidden Desert are good ones I’ve tried. ...


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