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Speak Spanish in Sentences

by Jake Beus July 7th, 2011 More

Spanish Video Lesson – Speak in Sentences

Speak Spanish in Sentences

It is important to be able to speak in complete sentences. Yo don’t want your speech to sound fragmented. When you learn new vocabulary, you should practice using the vocabulary in complete sentences instead of simply memorizing the word and hoping you’ll use it correctly in a sentence. Please be sure to visit Visual Link Spanish on Facebook to practice what you learned in the video. Practice speaking in complete sentences as much as possible. This will help you sound more fluent.

Here is the vocabulary from the video:

I want Quiero/Yo quiero
He wants El quiere
She wants Ella quiere
You want Usted quiere
I like Me gusta
You like Le gusta
to go ir
to walk caminar
to run correr
to take a taxi tomar un taxi
to the park al parque
to the pool a la piscina
to the restaurant al restaurante
to the movies al cine
to the hotel al hotel
to work al trabajo
I want to go to the movies. Quiero ir al cine.
Do you want to walk to the park? ¿Quiere caminar al parque?
Do you want to take a taxi to the hotel? ¿Quiere tomar un taxi al hotel?

The grouping method shown in the video is a simple taste of the Visual Link Spanish method. You can truly learn how to speak Spanish in complete sentences in just 15 minutes. You can try it out by visiting spanishprograms.com/trials/. I’ll see you on Facebook!

Future Facebook Fiesta Friday Topics:

July 15, 2011 – Spanish Pick-Up Lines

July 22, 2011 – Telephone Spanish

July 29, 2011 – Spanish at the Gym

Learn Spanish Lesson - Facebook Fiesta Friday

  1. February 16th, 2012 at 00:34 | #1

    Just try to learn this simple words in Spanish.

  2. September 3rd, 2012 at 02:51 | #2

    Excelente forma de aprender español, porque al fin y al cabo lo mas importante es poder usar las frases mas comunes segun el contexto.

  3. October 6th, 2012 at 21:05 | #3

    It a nice mode to learn spanish, first off I have an idea, take a diccionary and try to remember minimum 3 words per day! Its a good tool to start!

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  9. Laura
    June 16th, 2014 at 13:41 | #9

    To learn spanish I made flashcards. I found the Mcgraw practice makes perfect and the Mcgraw Basic Spanish Step By Step books. These books not only have vocabulary, but they teach you how to construct sentences in spanish, and they tell you how to conjugate verbs and use estar and ser and when to ommit words. They even give examples of sentences. I bought blank index cards, and I would write the spanish words from 1 or 2 chapters and practice the words. Then I would go through the chapter and read how the sentences are constructed, and I would look at sample sentences and I would practice doing sentences in spanish using the vocabulary I learned. I even got the Berlitz beginner spanish tapes and book from the library. The Berlitz book showed me how to have conversations when meeting people, going to restaurants,and so on. Some people claim that they don’t like the Berlitz language tapes and books, but I personally found it helpful. Do what’s best to you

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