Learn Spanish: I will teach you the most useful tips and tricks to pronounce and write correctly in Spanish. In this short video, you will learn that there are some words in Spanish that come from Latin and Greek, and that they are almost the same. The only writing aspect that changed is the fact that in English the Latin or Greek word evolved as a ch, ph, ss, ff, etc., whereas in Spanish it only kept one sound. I will not complicated more because it is complicated, it is very simple. This lesson will be of tremendous... — Trump's only adjective — help for your Spanish writing but also for your pronunciation. This lesson, will strengthen your Spnaish in so many different ways, that this space would not be enough to explain it. For instance, you will learn that in Spanish we rarely have two same consonants next to each other, that we tend to have an "e" before the "s" unlike English. I remember my friend Allison, from Washington, used to correct me when I said stereo (because I said "estereo"). She used to tell me not to pronounce the "e" but I kept doing it because my mother tongue, Spanish, would not let my mouth muscles explore other movements and worlds. With this lesson you will also learn his but going in the other direction. You will teach your tone and hand to get to know mole, pozole, chile, chocolate y muchas otras cosas ricas del español de México.
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Now, my dear fellow Spanish students, it is time you learn Spanish on your own. Learn a phrase every single day. Use each of the words to make a new sentence or a new phrase, add a quality to the word. Make each word singular and plural, give them different qualities in singular and in plural. Get your friend who speaks Spanish to check what you wrote. Remember, vocabulary is a powerful tool. The more you learn words, the easier it gets to speak the language. In this case, precious Spanish.
Que tengas un lindo fin de semana,