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This website has loads of free lessons on Spanish grammar, vocabulary, colours in Spanish, words and phrases, expressions, adverbs, adjectives and such like.

Check out the List of free LEARN to SPEAK SPANISH lessons here:

Adjectives in Spanish

Adverbs in Spanish


Argentine Spanish

Common Mistakes

Conjugate any Spanish Verb

Days of Week

Find any Word in Spanish

Spanish Genders

Imperfect Tense

I love you in Spanish


Preterite Tense

Spanish Colors

Spanish Counting 0 to millions

Spanish Days of the Week

Spanish Grammar

Spanish Greetings

Spanish Happy Birthday

Spanish Prepositions

Spanish Pronouns

Spanish Pronunciation

Say Hello in Spanish

Say Thanks in Spanish

Spanish Verbs

Spanish Word Stress

Spanish Vegetables

Spanish Verb Gustar


Telling the Time in Spanish

Word a Day

Here's a free LEARN TO SPEAK SPANISH lesson with a bunch of useful common words that you should know.

he . . . prn. él

hello! . . . exc. ¡hola!

here (static) . . . adv. aquí

how? . . . q. ¿cómo?

I . . . prn. yo

if . . . conj. si

in, on . . . prep. en

just, only . . . adv. sólo

no, not . . . adv. no

or . . . conj. o

out, outside . . . adv. fuera

us . . . prn. nos

we . . . prn. nosotros

you (formal) . . . prn. usted

you (informal plural) . . . prn. vosotros

you (informal singular) . . . prn.

Now answer this question.

What is the most effective way to learn foreign language vocabulary?

How many words can you normally learn in a day?

Traditional teaching methods suggest that about 30 new words a day is all that most students can manage.

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The methodology is quite simple -- and anyone can do it.

Try this:

Memory gurus, who can memorise 40 decks of shuffled cards, have given us the secrets to rapid learning and super-effective memorising.

They say that the way to memorise foreign words is to visualise them in a crazy, silly, off-the-wall, zany scene!

So let's take, for example the word in Spanish for blister which is AMPOLLA....
(... which actually is pronounced like UM-POYA...), so ....

....imagine a girl with a blister wants to UM POUR YA beer over it!

blister. . . AMPOLLA

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