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Spanish sentences

Does somebody know a website where can i learn usefull spanish sentences?.

3 years ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/jdfromdublin
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https://www.duolingo.com/baoqipei
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Bravo pour tout ton travail sur Duolingo !

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/jdfromdublin
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Merci beaucoup! :)

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/paulaha88

I really like "1001 Most Useful Spanish words" by Seymour Resnick. It's not your typical phrase book with things like, "Does this train go to Madrid?" and "I'd like a room with a view of the mountains."

Instead, as the title says, it has 1,001 very useful Spanish words, and each provides a usage example in a Spanish sentence, followed by the English translation. Typical entry: abrigo (m). overcoat. Siempre llevo un abrigo cuando hace frío. I always wear an overcoat when it's cold.

While the sentences are not typical tourist sentences, they are in high quality Spanish, and they are examples of things a native speaker would actually say, unlike the tortured sentences typically found in vocabulary or grammar exercises. Memorizing the sentences not only improves my vocabulary; it also establishes patterns of Spanish grammar and syntax in my brain. You can get it on iTunes for $1.99 USD. Amazon has the paper book for less than $3. If you have Anki (a free flashcard program which uses spaced repetition, http://ankisrs.net/ ), the book is in Anki's library of free files.

3 years ago