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If you've ever wanted to improve your ability to learn and memorize Spanish vocabulary by 100%.... 200%... 300% (or more) using simple skills you can learn in under an hour (or less), then this may be the most important book you will ever read.
How to learn and memorize Spanish with proven strategies
You're wasting time listening to the standard advice about learning Spanish vocabulary. You can't continue with "random acts of learning" as you study Spanish vocabulary and Spanish phrases - at least not for long.
The truth is that learning and memorizing Spanish vocabulary can be incredibly simple. You just need to know how.
In this second edition of How to learn and memorize Spanish vocabulary, Anthony Metivier shows you everything you need to develop the right skills, the right mindset, and the right dedicated memorization strategy for memorizing any number of Spanish words. Plus you'll learn how to find the right tempo for studying Spanish to match your background and personal interests.
The key to learning and memorizing Spanish vocabulary is to follow a model. You won't succeed without one. And your best bet is to supplement that Spanish learning model with strong memory skills.
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Not what I expected. You might learn 5% Spanish. You will spend the first two chapters thinking the chapter filled with Spanish vocabulary is coming but it won't. By chapter 5 and 6 you have found the fast forward button doesn't move fast enough. Plenty of esteem building think-you-can suggestions in English for how to learn Spanish from wherever you end up learning Spanish from. However that will not be this Audio file.
bad, not worth money or time,
he take a simple idea and spread it over the whole book, it's shouldn't take longer than 1 chapter.
Zero editing done in this long-winded, disorganized, unlistenable book. Also, the narrator has no Spanish pronunciation skills whatsoever, and there is no telling what Spanish words he's uttering. Completely unprofessional. Save your money.
Yes - I have learned many languages in the past and wished I had had some method for better remembering noun genders or less frequent words. This book really helps with that.
It is a first time listen for me. I had read reviews from previous versions that his spanish pronunciation was not perfect - it didn't bother me at all though as I live in new york and I am used to hearing non-perfect spanish pronunciation. It was not terrible at all.
I really like the passion of the author - I had emailed regarding a question on the web site (info was provided for pdf version of the book and worksheets on the recording) and the author responded personally asap. He is also so passionate about spreading this knowledge that he encourages the listener to talk about it with friends and show them how it works so it can help them. That tells me that although I am sure he is making some money from this whole endeavour, he is doing it because he loves it and because it works. I really like that aspect too. So long story short it works! Don't be put off by the first chapter which sounds a little "info-mercially" - once it gets in to the meat of the subject it is very enlightening.
"Not what it appears to be"
I struggled to listen to the book, it was 90 per cent theory and offered very little practical help. Could not finish.
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