This Spanish language pattern is so natural for English speakers you’ll be able to speak with it instantly.
Even if you are a raw beginner, the speak-to-learn video system has you saying it all in flowing sentences.
Not only is this pattern easy, it’s almost instant to use. It’ll quickly become part of your Spanish communication repertoire.
And by quickly I mean within minutes it’s yours to use forever.
For the rest of your life, whenever you have a Spanish conversation, this pattern will most likely be part of it.
I also mentioned in my last article that I had come up with a killer idea for my 50th birthday.
Acabo de escalar el Puente de Sídney. (I just climbed Sydney Harbour Bridge.)
Don’t worry; I’m not el Hombre Arana. (Spiderman)
It was a guided climb.
I got to the top of the famous coat-hanger and thrilled at looking down on la casa de opera famosa.
Being an Aussie boy, climbing the bridge has been on my bucket list for a while.
And what better time than my 50th birthday?
I loved it.
There’s a great climb in the Spanish world that’s on my bucket list as well.
And I’d like to go back to the Mexican pyramids of Teotihuacán and Chichen Itzá.
They were amazing.
If anything at all in the Spanish-speaking world is on your bucket list, you owe it to yourself to get by in Spanish.
And the fastest way to get by is to make full use of language patterns like the one in today’s video.
If you want to fast-track getting by in Spanish, you’ll want to take full advantage of the three-step Synergy Verb, Brick Verb and Mortar Word patterns. They are so powerful you can make as many as 88,000 phrases from just 138 Spanish words.