THE WORST THING THAT CAN HAPPEN TO A SPANISH STUDENT
The worst thing that can happen to a Spanish student is to study some Spanish and after a while forget all about it. 😲
If you put time and effort into learning Spanish, you want to get the rewards, i.e. you want to be able to use the Spanish vocabulary, or Spanish grammar you learnt when speaking to locals.
what can you do to stop forgetting what you studied?...
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MY TOP 5 SPANISH BOOKS FOR SELF-STUDY
Yesterday I was thinking of you. I went to a bookstore to buy my first Italian book and I decided to have a look at self-study Spanish books.
To be perfectly honest, I was rather disappointed. There were plenty of Spanish books to be used in class, but not that many for self-study. Luckily, I have a few books at home that I love and that I’m sure will help you improve your Spanish...
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15 Spanish verbs YOU must learn
Be smart and learn the 15 Spanish verbs you will be needing when you start speaking in Spanish.
Send me an email with the email suject '15 Spanish verbs' and I'll give you access to the page.
SEND ME AN EMAIL > firstname.lastname@example.org
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MASCULINE OR FEMININE?
I know it can feel rather frustrating to learn the gender rules to soon find out that there are a few common exceptions. So what can you do to tell a noun's gender? Toss a coin? I’ve got a better idea. I want to share with you a tip that works wonders ....
USE A COLOUR SYSTEM TO IMPROVE YOUR SPANISH
Learning a language is not like ticking your to-do list, once it’s done, you can forget about it. Learning a language is more like building blocks, discard one and then the whole pile collapses. That’s why it’s so important to have a good Spanish foundation.
How to make sure your building blocks are solid?
5 WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR SPANISH WITH FACEBOOK
Who said Facebook is a waste of time? If you enjoy being on Facebook, why don’t you make the most of it and learn some Spanish on the way? After all, Facebook is a means of communication, and what a better way of improving your Spanish than “being with the locals”.
4 EASY STEPS TO IMPROVE YOUR
I have a question for you. What do you do when you’re surrounded by people speaking Spanish?
A) Do you pay attention?
B) Do you just hear a buzz around you?
If you answered A, congratulations, you don’t need to carry on reading. :) If you answered B, don’t worry about it, you’re not alone. It’s pretty common for ...