Speed up your Learning to Speak Spanish!

If you are learning to speak Spanish you need a learning strategy that combines a number of topics.

You need:

  • a vocabulary learning strategy.
  • groups of key phrases.
  • a grammar strategy.
  • the ability to speak the language with native speakers.

Learning Spanish Vocab

Modern language learning techniques allow you to rapidly and effectively learn foreign language vocabulary very quickly. When learning to speak Spanish you should be learning 200 words a day or more and this is now possible using PC based techniques, developed on the principles of the Memory Masters of the world.

A solid base of vocabulary gives you hundreds of pieces of the big language puzzle to put into place when you start conversation or communication.

Key Phrases

You need to develop a grab-bag of key phrases and expressions. From this base you build.


Grammar is an important part of language which allows you to understand the structure of the language. We believe a big vocab base is more useful.

Traditional learning techniques have placed huge emphasis on grammar, whereas with a large vocab you can get more communication than with a solid grammar background.

The best way to understand your grammar in action is to talk to native speakers, and hear how the language is actually spoken.

Speak to the Natives

To bring it all together, when learning to speak Spanish you must speak to the natives in the language. The very best way to do this is through total immersion.

Go and live for a period in a country where they speak the language, and in an area where they do not speak English. Ideally do not go with anyone that speaks English.

You will have no choice but to speak to communicate.

Make Mistakes

If you are not making mistakes you are not progressing. This is where children have the advantage over adults - they are less concerned about making mistakes.

The more mistakes you are making the more you are learning.

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