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Mauricio Evlampieff, native Spanish speaker, and Amy Waterman, the editor of Rocket Spanish lessons, will guide you through the basic conversational Spanish in 3 Audio Lessons and 3 Language & Cultural Spanish lessons.
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The free Spanish lessons you will get as part of the 6 Day Spanish Course will mainly cover the basic conversational Spanish. You will learn Spanish greetings and small talk (all those buenos días, buenas noches, señors, señoras, and señoritas). Mauricio and Amy will also show you how to introduce yourself and how to get what you want in Spanish speaking restaurants and shops.
Besides the basic conversational Spanish lessons you will also get samples of more advanced Spanish lessons and learn more vocabulary. All new vocabulary in the Spanish lessons is presented with audio files for you to see how to pronounce the unfamiliar words and phrases.
Mauricio often mentions little tips for learning Spanish effectively and warns you about particular potential difficulties and common mistakes Spanish learners make.
Unlike English, the Spanish language typically differentiates between familiar and unfamiliar conversations when addressing people. There are actually 4 different kinds of "you" in Spanish. Using an incorrect "you" for a particular moment can get you into quite embarrassing situation in Spanish speaking countries.
But don't worry – Mauricio will explain all the Spanish you-words in the second lesson of the Free 6 Day Spanish Course.
How to Say “I Love You More” in Spanish When someone tells you Te quiero tanto or Te amo mucho (I love you so much), you may want to reply with “I love you more”. In Spanish it is: Te quiero más. Or: Te amo más. Más means “more” in Spanish. Both quiero and amo […]
How to Say “My Heart Is Broken” in Spanish “My heart is broken” in Spanish is: Mi corazón está roto. Mi means my. Corazón means heart. Está means is. Roto means broken. Other Variations of “My Heart Is Broken” in Spanish Probably the most popular alternative to Mi corazón está roto is: Mi corazón está partido. […]
How to Say “I Love You with All My Heart” in Spanish I love you with all my heart in Spanish is: Te quiero con todo mi corazón. Or: Te amo con todo mi corazón. Which one is better to use depends on where you are (country and region) and what the relationship is (lovers […]
I Love You So Much / I Love You Very Much in Spanish The most common phrases for “I love you” in Spanish are: Te quiero. (also means I like you and you can use it not only with your spouse or lover, but also with friends or family) Te amo. (only with your partner/lover). […]
How to Say I Love You Too in Spanish I assume you already know how to say I love you in Spanish. There are several ways, but the most common phrase is Te quiero, which you can say to anyone you like or love, including family and friends. Alternatively, you can sometimes say Te amo […]
How to Say I Love You in Spanish The best known and quite universal way of saying “I love you” in Spanish is: Te quiero. Te means you. Quiero is the first person singular form of the Spanish verb querer, which means to love or to want. A common mistake is that people add the […]
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