Spanish 101 covers this, right?
Sort of, until you find out an ordinary day, that all those words you memorized and drilled are gone. At least, that’s how it goes for most students, including me.
I had new Spanish words, but I couldn’t understand them or use them from memory. More than that, I needed practical language skills, so I could listen, read, speak and write naturally. How? I had none.
It turns out language learners need resources to learn Spanish on their own. Let me introduce you to your free…
Basic Spanish Words for Language Learners Printable Workbook
What you’ll learn
- 50 words in ___ days
- List your resources
- Daily learning log
- Vocabulary register
- Categorize words by part of speech
- Monthly study tracker
- Word bank goal
- Your top 4 language learning goals
Who doesn’t love a Spanish vocabulary workbook? Especially when it’s free!
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Learn basic Spanish words, set yearly learning goals and track your progress over time.
Supplies You’ll Need
All are optional but highly recommended
50 Spanish Words for Beginners