8 November 2019
We’ve just announced our new content for the coming weeks and months which include new Coffee Break Spanish Magazine content, new Italian and French video content on our YouTube channel, a 5th season of Coffee Break French, and 2 brand new Coffee Break languages: English for Spanish speakers and Coffee Break Swedish.
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