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Each of the Succeed at Spanish FREE basic Spanish lessons is structured in the following way:

(1)SPANISH LESSON SUMMARY

(2)SPANISH LESSON CONTENT & AUDIO

(3)SPANISH LESSON EXPLANATION & NOTES

(4)KEY POINTS OF SPANISH LESSON

(5)NEW VOCABULARY


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In the free Spanish course offered here on this website you will learn conversational Spanish using the best language learning technique there is. Listening.

"That's it?!? That's the big secret?" I hear you say.

"Yes, it is. And it works."

While learning the four foreign languages that I speak, I've found listening to be the key to success in achieving fluency. There is no need to learn Spanish grammar (unless you choose to) and no need to study endless Spanish vocabulary lists.


That's right. I said no need to learn Spanish grammar and no need to study Spanish vocabulary.

However, optional learning of basic Spanish grammar rules is available because it does help some people to understand sentence structures. Not everyone, though.

If you like and/or understand grammar fairly easily, rules can come in handy for understanding why Spanish sentences are structured the way they are. But, if all grammar does is cause you frustration, forget it. You do not need to learn the rules. You don't even need to read them if you don't want to. Simply skip over them. As long as you focus on listening and repeating the Spanish audio.




I can't stress enough that listening to Spanish is the important part.

After all, very few native English speakers know English grammar rules in any depth. The ones we do know are the very basic ones. We put words into the right order in sentences without thinking. You will achieve this in Spanish too. You'll see.


Succeed at Spanish Basic Spanish Lessons

You need not learn each basic Spanish tutorial in order. However, if you are a complete beginner, it is recommended, as each lesson builds on the vocabulary from the previous lessons.

Lesson 01 - Spanish Pronunciation Part I

Lesson 02 - Spanish Pronunciation Part II

Lesson 03 - How to Introduce Someone

Lesson 04 - Spanish Nouns

Lesson 05 - Spanish Pronunciation Part III

Lesson 06 - Spanish Adjectives

Lesson 07 - Spanish AR Verbs - Present Tense Part I

Lesson 08 - Numbers in Spanish

Lesson 09 - Spanish ER Verbs - Present Tense Part II

Lesson 10 - Spanish IR Verbs - Present Tense Part III

Lesson 11 - The Spanish Alphabet

Lesson 12 - The Verb 'To Be' - Ser vs Estar

Lesson 13 - Irregular Verbs - The Verb Tener ("To Have")

Lesson 14 - Basic Irregular Spanish Verbs

Lesson 15 - Stem Changing Verbs

Lesson 16 - Very Irregular Verbs in Spanish

Lesson 17 - Personal Spanish Pronouns

Lesson 18 - Using Spanish Personal Pronouns




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