Vocabulary is one of the major areas that you really need to focus on when you’re learning a new language. Whether you’re a beginner, intermediate, or advanced level learner, you need to continuously build and enhance your Spanish vocabulary if you wish to reach some level of success in speaking Spanish.
We know memorizing new words can be challenging, so here are a couple of tips to make the process easier for you as well as how this course will help you achieve that.
Did you know that you need only 1,000 Spanish words to understand 76 percent of all Spanish nonfiction writing, 79.6 percent of all fiction, and a whopping 87.8 percent of all spoken Spanish conversations?
In this course, we will focus on the most important words first and make our way forward. In the first part of the course, you will find the 1,000 most useful Spanish words in audio flashcards format for easier learning.
The exercises will teach you the most important Spanish words through a repetition method designed to help you grasp the words naturally.
Learning by theme helps you piece a better narrative and logical flow of words in your mind, making it easier to tell a story or use the words in conversations immediately when you learn them. Through learning by theme, you will be more confident in conversing about a certain topic or even write a short essay about it.
In the second part of the course, there are more than 20,000 Spanish words translated to English. The list of words are neatly categorized by theme—a total of 55 themes all in all.
The lessons are arranged in themes in a clear and logical order so that you will know what to prioritize.
You’ll also be provided with additional flash card decks to help you review the
most useful words for each category. We have also added example sentences for vocabulary that may be considered difficult or confusing for some people.
If you are learning Spanish, this course will help you build your Spanish vocabulary. Whether you are any of the following, you will be able to learn from this course.
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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