You can speak Spanish quickly by starting with Spanish words and patterns that are easy for English speakers to use right away.
I always start with the familiar Spanish first.
As well as being faster to pick up it also makes Spanish so much more enjoyable and fun. […]
Fiebre de fútbol(football fever) is coming to the United States. Of the 16 finalists in La Copa de America 12 represent Spanish-speaking countries.
Passions will be ignited, countries will be unified and friendships forged.
Here’s a free series of videos to make sure you can be part of the fun. […]
The Copa de America takes place this month. It’s a South American tournament, but this year it’s being held in the United States.
On the other side of the pond there is also Euro 2016 involving the best countries from Europe.
That’s two gigantic soccer tournaments in one month. […]
I don’t mess around with grammar and tenses and the failed methods that have frustrated you and so many others for so many years.
I give you building blocks.
Why do I do this? Because it’s a universal principle. It’s an inescapable fact of nature.
Let me explain. […]
A Mnemonic is a memory “trick” that is a lot of fun…and very easy to learn.
But you rarely – if ever – see it taught in traditional Spanish textbooks, classrooms or courses. They’d rather focus on relative clauses, noun/adjective agreement and past participles.
You know, the stuff that won’t get you any closer to actually speaking REAL Spanish.
Here’s an example of how I use mnemonics in my Synergy Spanish course. […]
It’s always bothered me that most Spanish classes have no sequence.
Things just stand all alone.
That sucks! […]
Even if just starting out with Spanish the speak-to-learn video system will have you speaking 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.
You can pick it up today and then it’s yours to use forever. […]