NitroFlare Learn Basic Spanish with Easy Songs.

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    Learn Basic Spanish with Easy Songs
    WEBRip | MP4/AVC, ~2712 kb/s | 1280 x 720 | English: AAC, 61.4 kb/s (2 ch), 48.0 KHz | 1.74 GB
    Genre: Language / Spanish | Language: English | +Project Files

    Master basic Spanish phrases and pronunciation by learning through familiar songs and exercises.
    This course is made for you to learn basic Spanish through a fun, interactive, and musical way. No note-taking is required! Vocal repetition is key. It's easy, effortless, and I walk you through each word step-by-step. In it you'll find 12 songs from asking for directions to telling time in Spanish. First, you just listen to me sing, then you imitate the words and phrases, and then you repeat the song and sing as much as you can! (Remember you can - and should - go back and review the words.) I recommend taking the course over a few days to a week. It's up to you, in the end. Take this course if you want to start learning Spanish, and you love singing, or learn well through songs. DO NOT take this course if you have an intermediate to advanced level of Spanish, or if you do not wish to interact with the course (participate in singing along, etc.)

    What are the requirements?

    Just a good attitude to learn, listen, imitate, and repeat the words and songs!
    Google, Wikipedia, and YouTube are three great resources to have handy for further exploration in any of the topics.

    What am I going to get from this course?

    Over 43 lectures and 1.5 hours of content!
    Speak (and sing in) basic Spanish phrases dealing with expressing your feelings, how to greet people, ask for directions, tell time, and more

    What is the target audience?

    This course is meant for beginners who want to learn (and remember) basic Spanish in a fun, interactive, musical way. No prior knowledge of Spanish is required.
    You should NOT take this course if you're an advanced Spanish learner, or are looking for long, extensive grammar and vocabulary lists. I do cover these components, but believe most are covered within the songs themselves.




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