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EIGHT OF THE TOP TEN SONGS LISTENED ON YOUTUBE IN 2018 WERE IN SPANISH

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12 December 2018

EIGHT OF THE TOP TEN SONGS LISTENED ON YOUTUBE IN 2018 WERE IN SPANISH

There is no doubt that Spanish music, more and more influenced by Latin American and Spanish
music, is taking up more and more space in the major platforms.
In recent years, Spanish music has focused on a series of musical styles that are more festive. It is
therefore not surprising that when a student arrives at a Spanish course and knows a certain
vocabulary, he has listened to the words of a song in succession.
This practice is highly recommended because knowledge is of interest to the student, which gives
him more opportunities to remember what he has learned.
One of the most frequent errors when trying to improve pronunciation when listening to songs and
singing is to set the same tone as the singers. Not at all. Pronunciation is particular in this case, but
we recommend that you keep a normal tone and pronunciation, as this will adapt you to the normal
sound of the word itself. Then, once you have mastered your natural form, you can dare to sing and
delight your classmates.
We have even told some schools that they even offer Spanish courses with flamenco because some
students are curious about this genre and in addition to improving their Spanish, they also learn to
sing in Spanish with this tone characteristic of the authentic language of its geography.