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This program will teach you how to speak Spanish for beginners and consists of lessons 26 to 30 from the original or classic version of the Learning Spanish Like Crazy Level 1 program.   

This learn Spanish for beginners program will teach you how to speak authentic Latin American conversational Spanish. I have only used native Spanish speakers in this program to make sure that you develop an authentic Latin American Spanish accent. 

If you are not concerned with learning how to speak real everyday conversational Spanish, then this program is probably not for you. I understand that there are people who only want to learn enough Spanish to communicate with a hotel clerk, restaurant waiter, flight attendant, etc. in a Spanish speaking country. But there are others who want to learn enough Spanish so that they will be able to develop meaningful friendships and relationships with Spanish speakers, and improve communication with Spanish-speaking in-laws. If the latter category best describes you, then this program is for you. 

The Learning Spanish Like Crazy system also puts a major emphasis on improving pronunciation. Some people have a natural ability that allows them to quickly develop native like pronunciation. You probably know someone who is the type of person that I am referring to. We have all seen or heard someone who can imitate the voice of a famous politician, actor, singer, or other celebrity so well that you could almost be fooled into thinking that you are actually hearing the famous person speak. Unfortunately, I was not born with that talent. I had to learn certain techniques to improve my Spanish pronunciation. Those same pronunciation-enhancing techniques are incorporated in this program. So if you’ve struggled to improve your Spanish pronunciation in the past, after completing this program don’t be surprised if native Spanish speakers begin to compliment you on your pronunciation.

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Where is the PDF for this Course???

I was very disappointed. There was no PDF for this course, so I gave it 2 STARS. Don't buy it until they include the PDF.

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One of the best courses I bought

I bought quite a few Spanish courses, and this one is my favorite. I bought it after I bought the intermediate course, which was pretty good too. I like that this course makes you actually think and try to form sentences on your own instead of making you repeat after the narrator, which helps a lot with learning. Most of the exercises are for verb conjugations, which as you know is the hardest part of Spanish.
What I didn't like is that there is no repetition of the covered material in the following chapters, so whatever you learned in chapter 26, most likely will be forgotten when focusing on chapter 27. Also, this course contains only 5 chapters, while the next book has close to 30.
Also, it would be nice if the exercises included more irregular verbs. But overall, I really like it. I worked through it twice already and I feel it did help my Spanish quite a bit.

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Smooth progression learning

the way of alternating verbs tenses in different situations helps us memorise them automatically and easily.

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