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Learn Spanish VERBS
Our way of teaching the Spanish Verbs is totally new, totally fresh, totally radical, and supremely easier than any previous methods. Never been taught this way before...
Of course 200 Words a Day! users will know that our secrets are not really secrets. And they really work.
The Memory Masters teach us that the best way to remember something is to visualise it in a crazy, zany scene. The more zany, the easier it is to recall.
So with the award winning 200 Words a Day! system every concept has a Memory Trigger, a cartoon and a way of remembering what you learn, and recalling it when you need it. This way you can learn 5 times more than using traditional learning methods.... (in fact more than 5 times quicker!)
How do we do this? So how we address the 14 tenses of Spanish is simple.
Let's assume you want to say, I WILL TALK.
We take the tense, that is the WILL bit.
We give the tense (WILL) a CHARACTER.
In this case we use Prince WILL-iam who WILL be King.
OK, now for the second part WILL the CHARACTER has an ACTION which will remind us of the endings of the verb.
Now the endings in Spanish for the WILL family of tense conjugations sound a bit like RAY.
yo hablare (HABLA-REY) - I will talk.
So because the endings are RAY - RAS - RA - REMOS - RAIS - RAN...
They sound a bit like RAY.
We give WILL an action to remind us of the endings, a Memory Trigger - a RAY gun in this case, and his pet sting RAY.
Once you know the general ending concept, you can determine the others by remembering the patterns. That should be enough, but we go a little further.
And we have a whole cartoon to remind you of the PATTERN.
In this case we have Prince WILL and his Sting RAY and we make this in to a silly cartoon to help you remember. It is a cartoon of Prince Will and his sting-RAY, who is a RASTA RAY, named REMUS who RACE RAN. i.e he RAN a RACE. Sounds like a mouthful but check out the cartoon picture and you will remember most of it easily. And as long as you remember a bit of it, there are other triggers in there that link you to the other bits.
By remembering this you will remember the concept and the patterns of endings of the entire conjugation.
All the other 13 conjugations also have such cartoons, as do the useful phrases like:
Anyway, that is it for now, I shall return to talk more about the verbs course very soon.
The 200 Words a Day team is very busy in the development of the 'Learn Spanish Verbs' course which will be a revolutionary advance in the way Spanish verbs are taught and learned.
Using the same fundamental techniques that are the basis of the 200 Words a Day! courses, we are in the advanced stages of programming and artwork for this course.
Spanish verbs are definitely the most difficult thing to learn when learning Spanish.
In the meantime, while you let us toil away at our hot computers getting the 'Learn Spanish Verbs' programme ready for you, you can subscribe to the free Spanish lessons which include a number of Spanish Verbs courses.
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