Grammar is one of the most difficult (read: boring!) parts of learning a language. Unfortunately, it’s something that cannot be left on the sidelines or learned as an afterthought.
If you truly want to know how to express yourself in Spanish—and not just haphazardly, but using clear and precise language—you need to learn Spanish grammar and build a strong foundation.
Here in this course, we strive to do that. We lay down all that you need to learn about Spanish grammar for beginners, and we’ll help you build a learning habit while you do.
This course is divided into 30 lessons and one lesson is meant to be tackled each day. After 30 days of consistent daily studies, you will have built a learning habit that will be useful in helping you reach your learning goals in Spanish.
On our website Mydailyspanish.com, one of our learning philosophy revolves around building a daily habit. Language learning is difficult in itself and requires long hours of intense study. That’s precisely the reason why a lot of learners stop halfway or lose interest without achieving their learning goals.
The key to successful Spanish language learning? Build a habit. Instead of sporadically studying “whenever the mood strikes” or “off and on for several years,'' do it consistently every day. A learning habit will help you hurdle past the boring and difficult parts of learning Spanish even when your motivation dips along the way.
This course also strives to discuss grammar using the simplest explanations. Spanish grammar rules can be quite complicated, so instead of burdening you with wordy explanations and unnecessary jargon, this course simplifies Spanish grammar in a way that makes it easily digestible and easy to grasp.
This course is chock-full of exercises to help you solidify the lessons you learned. Challenge your comprehension and assess your improvement by taking the exercises after each lesson.
We hope that with this course and its exercises, you’ll be able to build the strong grammar foundation that you need to eventually reach fluency in Spanish. Best of luck on your learning journey.
Gracias. Thank you.
My Daily Spanish team
Frequently Asked Questions
You will see the progress bar at the upper left corner of the screen when you access any course. Once you have completed a lesson and mark it complete, the equivalent percentage of the course taken will be reflected in the progress bar.
Take note that the lessons may be taken in any order and your progress will still be tracked. Though it is highly recommended that you follow the sequence provided.
In lessons that contain quizzes, you need to complete all the quizzes first before you will be able to complete each lesson.
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Once you enter your details, you will have access to your “profile page”. From there you will be able to access the different courses you purchased.
Yes in most courses you should be able to see the first module called “offline materials” where you can get the downloadable version of your course. We are about to simplify the system to make it even easier. A printable version and an e-book version/audiobook version will be provided as well whenever applicable.
Yes, please. We are eager for a challenge. If you don’t like some parts or you think it needs improvement, criticisms are always welcome.
You can send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or, even better and easier, simply leave a comment on the lesson.
Yes you do have an option to retake the quiz and each time, your new score will be reflected. But for learning purposes, our advice is to take note of your errors and try to do better in the succeeding quizzes.
Note: This list of FAQs will be updated from time to time as we receive new questions.
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