Content Lesson 1
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I see this dialogue the first time in class with my students. The idea is to be able to introduce yourself after the first lesson. You know, that when you meet someone there is not so much to talk about, besides, what is your name, where are you from, what do you do, where do you live, do you have email or a cell phone number. Therefore I took advantage to this, so that my students can go to meetups and start having a conversation with a native.
We need to start from the Spanish Alphabet. The Alphabet is the base of every language. You need to know what is the name of every letter and the pronunciation. We use the name of the letters, for example, when we are in the phone and we can’t understand the last name of a person or a phone number for example. Besides I have seen advanced students without a good base of the language with problems of pronunciation of simple words. Therefore, it is important. Click HERE to start!
We have to study the rules of Spanish stress and accent marks. Do not stress about the meaning at the beginning. If you study all these rules, you should be able to pronounce every word in Spanish. Click HERE to start
Spanish plurals also have their own rules. If we now the pronunciation, we should be able to know their plurals as well. Click HERE to start
Spanish Diphthongs are two soft vowels together or one soft vowel and the other a hard vowel, difficult to pronounce for no native speakers. That is we see them separately and we give a especial importance so that you are also able to pronounce the difficult combinations. Click HERE to start
Although, you are going to learn how to express by yourself later without having to memorize a dialogue it is good to know remember a basic conversation so that at least you can defend yourself at the beginning . Click HERE to start