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SoyDanielBos - a fun Spanish Language Youtube for Intermediate and Advanced Spanish Learners

A common problem for language learners is realizing that they know a lot of vocabulary, and they know a lot of grammar patterns, but still have trouble understanding native speakers and communicating naturally. 
The problem is that they know a language academically, but they don't know how native speakers utilize it.
A solution? Watch content developed for native speakers. 
Who is SoyDanielBos?

Daniel Bos is a 27-year-old woman from Mexico City, Mexico.

She is a Spanish speaking internet personality with: 270k+ Facebook followers178k+ Instagram followers234k+ Twitter followers629k+ Youtube subscribers
She is most famous for her Comedy Youtube channel which started in 2013.
How to use the SoyDanielBos to learn Spanish?First of all, watch the videos, and try to enjoy them. Don't freak out if you miss entire words or sentences that she says. Keep in mind that even if you're watching a fast-talking youtuber who speaks your native language, that you're going to have trouble…

What's the difference in Qué and Quién? How to use what and where in Spanish

Quick definitions:
Qué: a direct translation of 'what'. Qué is used when referring to objects.Quién: isused to ask the question 'who'. This is used when referring to people.Plurals Qué does not change regardless of the number of items being referred to.

Quién specifically is used when asking a question and the expected response is a single person. If the expected response is more than one person, then 'quiénes' is used.  
Accent marks - when to use them? The accents are used when a question is being asked. If who is used to add information about a person, then que or quien are used without the accent mark.
My mother who is German, works as a nurse.Mi madre que es alemana, trabaja como enfermera.Wait, why did you use que for who? Generally speaking, when adding information about a person, que is used. If there is a comma between a named person and who, a comma can be used. However, que tends to be used most often.