This is the third course in the 3 Minute Spanish series and it consists of lessons 19-26. The lessons in this course follow on from course 1 and course 2.
In the third course of the 3 Minute Spanish series, we delve into a few Spanish nuances. We'll look at some new verbs and learn how they are used differently in Spanish to how they're used in English. We'll also begin to look at a very useful tool for new language learners: directions. Learning how to ask for directions is invaluable, because it will very often be one of the easiest ways for you to start to tune your ear into the Spanish language. I'll give you a few tips on how to do this.
The sentences in this course might seem a little longer than the ones we've been used to, so far, but this is a great way for you to get your tongue around the Spanish pronunciation. By saying long sentences to yourself over and over, you'll really be able to get to grips with speaking Spanish.
We'll also be learning lots of prepositions, new adjectives and plenty of adverbs, plus some more Vocabulary Expansion Sheets that will make our sentences amazing! We'll be looking at ways to give your opinion on things, and we'll get introduced to some very interesting language features with plenty of practice for you to really get your head around them.
Finally, at the end of this course, you will find an extra section. To round off the tourism theme of the first three courses in the series, I have created a bumper recap section containing a plethora of examples and practise exercises to recap all the words and phrases we've learnt so far.
This course really rounds off the first three courses of the 3 Minute Spanish series, and gets you ready to move onto the next course, which will take your Spanish to the next level.
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I’m Kieran and I’m a language tutor based in the UK, and I also create online courses and write books to make language learning accessible to all.
My books and online courses are based on the methodology I developed for teaching languages, which I've been using in all my classes for many years. The methodology will get you speaking quickly, without the struggle normally associated with language learning.