Archive for January

  • How To Learn Spanish Quickly

    Jan 9 • Sharon • Best Ways To Learn SpanishNo Comments

    Imagine what it would be like to finally reach your goal and speak a second language. You’ve got to wonder why it is that you find is so difficult to master the Spanish language? Now let me ask you this. Despite your best efforts do you forget what you have worked so hard to learn?  Can YOU limp your way through Spanish text in a book, know each individual word but have no idea what the sentence actually means as a whole? Do YOU get brain freeze when speaking in Spanish trying to follow the conversation while formulating a response in your head? Sound all too familiar? Boy do I know how this all feels?… and on a bad day these feelings would wash over me all at once. There I would stand.. mouth open, my audience waiting for an intelligent response… and there I would stand!!! That’s an uncomfortable memory I want to leave

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  • Learn Basic Spanish in 30 minutes Or Less

    Jan 5 • Sharon • Learn Spanish FastNo Comments

    Have you booked a holiday to Spain and want to impress the locals with your Spanish speaking skills…only YOU don’t speak Spanish or YOU speak very little! Well you’ve come to the right place for some powerful pointers but we have just 30 minutes as promised so let’s crack on. As Spanish is sounded phonetically reading new words from your dictionary or phrase book will be relatively easy. So by finding you a few choice expressions that can be easily remembered you’ll be well on your way. With so much on offer from sightseeing to eating and drinking it’s difficult to know where to start. I’m going to assume on your behalf that you’ll want a car, try some tapas and order some drinks and maybe find out from the Spanish tourist board where you can take part in a typical Spanish event like a fiesta or a Spanish football match or even a bull fight

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  • Some Useful Spanish Phrases To Get You Talking

    Jan 3 • Sharon • Travelling Through SpainNo Comments

    Your Spanish will feel so much more fluent or sound more colloquial with a few easy to remember and importantly, extremely useful Spanish phrases. So I want to share with you a couple ideas that you can readily use. So you’re off to Spain and want to spend some shopping time browsing the markets or enjoying a few sightseeing tours. ‘Estas pensando en ir de compras – You’re thinking about going shopping.’ You can use this Spanish useful phrase so easily by adapting  it like this. ‘Estoy pensando en comprarme un sombrero – I’m thinking about buying myself a sunhat.’ You will feel so much more comfortable if you can practise before you leave for Spain but don’t overwhelm yourself by trying to learn too much, it can be so muddling. Always look for ways to use the sentences and phrases you have learned. That way as you bump into your Spanish friends in

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