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Ebook Table of Contents:
DAY 1: 8
Getting Started with Greetings and Basic Expressions in Spanish
DAY 2: 12
Recognizing Letters and Sounds in the Spanish Alphabet
DAY 3: 16
Forming Spanish Nominal Words and Phrases
Definite and Indefinite Articles
Learn More Spanish Nouns
DAY 4: 25
Getting Familiar with Spanish Pronouns
DAY 5: 29
Learn to Describe with Spanish Adjectives
DAY 6: 34
Making Longer and Complete Phrases with Prepositions
DAY 7: 36
Introduction to Spanish Verbs
DAY 8: 43
Conjugating Verbs to Present Tense
Ser vs. Estar
Present Progressive Form
DAY 9: 51
Conjugating Verbs to Past Tense
DAY 10: 56
Conjugating Verbs to Future Tense
DAY 11: 59
Forming Basic Spanish Sentences
DAY 12: 66
Familiarizing Situational Phrases
Asking for Directions
At the Airport
Checking in at Hotels
Riding a Bus
Riding the Train
Hiring a Taxi
Hiring a Boat
Shopping for Clothes
Shopping for Food
Dining Out and Ordering Food
Visiting the Beach
Problems and Complaints
Dealing with Emergencies
And that works for this report as well – to help you become the Spanish speaker you have always wanted to be in the shortest time possible, yet in the most efficient way.
Common foreign language trainings usually bombard you with thousands of words and phrases in their vocabulary and let you memorize them until you get used to speaking them out – without really knowing how they became that way.
- Sounds are among the fundamentals of one language because all through out language training, these sounds are used to speak out words and form sentences.
- Words should be learned one at a time according to the word category they belong to (nouns, verbs, adjectives, etc.), as they have characteristics unique to the category only.
- Sentences are actually proper arrangement of words only. Hence, enough knowledge of words and their characteristics can create sensible sentences.
- Learning a new language involves being familiar with its greetings and most basic phrases, and actually knowing how they came to be.
- Easy-to-apply memorization tips and tricks to remember Spanish words better.
- How each of the letters in the Spanish alphabet is called, how each one of them is pronounced, and some examples for practice.
- Sounds not present or are very minimal in the English language but are common in Spanish.
- Creative techniques to recall various Spanish words.
- A 4-day training session to easily tackle the most complicated topics in Spanish.
- How to form and structure different kinds of basic Spanish phrases and sentences.
- The first step in learning a new language.
- How to pronounce different Spanish words correctly.
- Easy and simple ways of creating grammatical and sensible Spanish sentences.
- Basic greetings and everyday expressions in Spanish.
- How to identify formal and familiar situations in order to use the appropriate expressions.
- The difference between describing with Spanish and English adjectives.
- Spanish adjective classifications according to common descriptions they provide.
- The importance of studying individual word forms before constructing sentences.
- The easiest way to identify the gender of Spanish nouns.
- Numbers, days, months, time, etc. in Spanish.
- List of spanish prepositions and example phrases.
- How Spanish nouns form their plural counterparts.
- How regular Spanish verbs form past, present and future tenses.
- What the irregular verbs are and how they form their tenses.
- How to create the present progressive form (I am eating, you are singing, etc.) in Spanish.
- 2 ways of forming the future tense of Spanish verbs.
- Why the subject of the sentence is optional and usually omitted in Spanish.
- The truth that verb alone is already a complete sentence in Spanish.
- What conjugation is and how it is done in Spanish.
- What the 3 groups of Spanish verbs are.
- How to form Spanish interrogative statements.
- How to form Spanish imperative statements.
- Understanding airport, road, train, market and other signs written in Spanish.
- What to say when ordering food, shopping, hiring public vehicles, checking in at hotels, and in other usual situations using the Spanish language.
Now is the Right Time to Start Speaking Spanish Confidently!
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