my complete spanish language learning journal
This journal will help you stay fully motivated as you document and track your journey to Spanish fluency. This unique system includes scores of learning helps at your fingertips.
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Praise from others
“An excellent resource for anyone studying Spanish and something I highly recommend. What I love most is the way this book ‘holds your hand’ throughout the entire journey of learning a language, through the good days and the bad. It speeds up the process and makes the challenge ahead easier. I’m delighted Dan has made this excellent resource available for all of us to benefit from. It’s very clever and clearly written by someone who truly understands what it takes to succeed at learning Spanish.”
– Paul, creator of Spanish with Paul
890 Spanish Cognates
29 Easy-To-Learn Rules to master rapidly add 890 (and more!) new words to your vocabulary.
100 Most Frequent Regular Verbs
100 of the most frequently used Spanish regular verbs.
Complete Spanish Conjugation System
Master the entire Spanish conjugation system with an easy-to-remember set of guides.
500 Most Frequent Words
500 of the most frequently used Spanish words.
33 Most Frequent Irregular Verbs
33 of the most frequently used Spanish irregular verbs
Six Months of Daily Journals
Track your daily progress with Spanish with six months of journals.
Table of Contents
– A “HOW TO — USE THIS BOOK” IS ON YOUTUBE!
– REASONS, RESOURCES, OBSTACLES, AND PEOPLE
– WHY I WANT TO BECOME FLUENT IN SPANISH
– RESOURCES I NEED TO BECOME FLUENT IN SPANISH
– THINGS THAT TYPICALLY INTERFERE WITH MY GOALS
– PEOPLE WHO CAN HELP ME ACHIEVE FLUENCY
- COGNATES ENDING WITH -AL
- COGNATES ENDING WITH -ANT
- COGNATES ENDING WITH -AR
- COGNATES BY ADDING AN “AR” OR “IR”
- COGNATES ENDING WITH -ATE
- COGNATES ENDING WITH -ARY
- COGNATES ENDING WITH -BLE
- COGNATES ENDING WITH -CT
- COGNATES ENDING WITH -IFY
- COGNATES BY REPLACING “E” WITH AN “AR”
- COGNATES BY REPLACING “E” WITH AN “IR”
- COGNATES ENDING WITH -ENCE
- COGNATES ENDING WITH -IC
- COGNATES ENDING WITH -ID
- COGNATES ENDING WITH -ILE
- COGNATES ENDING WITH -ISM
- COGNATES ENDING WITH -IST
- COGNATES ENDING WITH -LY
- COGNATES ENDING WITH -MENT
- COGNATES ENDING WITH -NT
- COGNATES ENDING WITH -OR
- COGNATES ENDING WITH -OUS
- COGNATES ENDING WITH -SION
- COGNATES ENDING WITH -TION
- COGNATES ENDING WITH -TY
- COGNATES ENDING WITH -Y (IA/ÍA)
- COGNATES ENDING WITH -Y (IO)
- COGNATES ENDING WITH -TAR OR -TIR
SPANISH CONJUGATION QUICK GLANCE
- PRESENT TENSE
- REGULAR PAST TENSE
- IRREGULAR PAST SPINE VERBS
- IR & SER IR
- IMPERFECT PAST TENSE
- DOING VERBS
- IMPERFECT PAST TENSE
- DOING VERBS
- HAVE VERBS
- WOULD VERBS
- WILL VERBS
- IRREGULAR “WOULD” AND “WILL” VERBS STEMS
- IRREGULAR “TÚ” COMMANDS
- IRREGULAR “USTED” & “USTEDES”
- COMMANDS and SUBJUNCTIVE
- PRESENT TENSE SUBJUNCTIVE VERBS
- PAST TENSE SUBJUNCTIVE VERBS
100 MOST FREQUENTLY — USED REGULAR VERBS
33 MOST FREQUENTLY — USED IRREGULAR VERBS
500 MOST FREQUENTLY — USED WORDS
WHEN TO — USE WHAT FORM OF PAST TENSE
- Present Perfect
- Past Simple
- Past (Imperfect)
WHAT TO SAY
- WHAT TO SAY IN ORDER TO START A SENTENCE
- WHAT TO SAY IN ORDER TO CONNECT TWO SENTENCES TOGETHER
- WHAT TO SAY WHEN NEEDING TO CONNECT TWO SENTENCES TOGETHER
- WHAT TO SAY WHEN SPEAKING ABOUT PLACES
- WHAT TO SAY WHEN SPEAKING ABOUT TIME
- WHAT TO SAY TO ADD AN IDEA
- WHAT TO SAY TO ILLUSTRATE OR EXPLAIN AN IDEA
- WHAT TO SAY TO COMPARE/CONTRAST IDEAS
- WHAT TO SAY TO SHOW A RESULT
- WHAT TO SAY TO EMPHASIZE AN IDEA
- WHAT TO SAY TO SUMMARIZE
- WHAT TO SAY WHEN AGREEING AND DISAGREEING
- WHAT TO SAY WHEN STATING AN OPINION
- WHAT TO SAY WHEN
- SUPPORTING AN OPINION
16 MOST FREQUENT IRREGULAR VERBS
1. SER – To be. (present participle: siendo; past part.: sido)
2. HABER – To have. (present participle: habiendo; past part.: habido)
3. ESTAR – To be. (present participle: estando; past part.: estado)
4. TENER – To have. (present participle: teniendo; past part.: tenido)
5. HACER – To make. (present participle: haciendo; past part.: hecho)
6. PODER – To be able to. (present participle: pudiendo; past part.: podido)
7. DECIR – To say. (present participle: diciendo; past part.: dicho)
8. IR – To go. (present participle: yendo; past part.: ido)
9. VER – To see. (present participle: viendo; past part.: visto)
10. DAR – To give. (present participle: dando; past part.: dado)
11. SABER – To know (present participle: sabiendo; past part.: sabido)
12. QUERER – To want, to love (present participle: queriendo; past part.: querido)
13. LLEGAR – To arrive, to come. (present participle: llegando; past part.: llegado)
14. PONER – To put, To place (present participle: poniendo; past part.: puesto)
15. PARECER – To seem (present participle: pareciendo; past part.: parecido)
16. CREER – To belive (present participle: creyendo; past part.: creído)
HOW FLUENT AM I?
- HOW FLUENT AM I, WHEN IT COMES TO LISTENING?
- HOW FLUENT AM I, WHEN IT COMES TO READING?
- HOW FLUENT AM I, WHEN IT COMES TO CONVERSATIONAL SPEAKING?
- HOW FLUENT AM I, WHEN IT COMES TO GENERAL SPEAKING?
- HOW FLUENT AM I, WHEN IT COMES TO WRITING?
- FLUENCY SCORE RESULTS
DAILY SPANISH LANGUAGE LEARNING JOURNALS WITH WEEKLY REVIEWS
HOW TO — USE THE DAILY LANGUAGE LEARNING JOURNAL
- AT THE BEGINNING OF EACH DAY
- AS EACH DAY PROGRESSES
- AT THE END OF EACH DAY
THE VALUE OF DOCUMENTING YOUR LANGUAGE LEARNING ON A DAILY BASIS
HOW TO — USE THE WEEKLY LANGUAGE LEARNING JOURNAL
- AT THE END OF WEEK
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OUR RECOMMENDED ONLINE RESOURCES
The Award for The Best Online Spanish Course
The Award for The Best Online Spanish Tutor
The Award for The Best Online Spanish Translator
The Award for the Best Facebook Spanish Language Learning Group
The Award for the Best Audio Pronunciations of Spanish Words
New Words & Verbs
With over 960 cognates, 500 words, 133 verbs, and a complete guide to master Spanish verb conjugations at your fingertips, this guidebook will become your daily Spanish language learning partner.
An excellent resource for anyone studying Spanish and something I highly recommend. What I love most is the way this book "holds your hand" throughout the entire journey of learning a language, through the good days and the bad. It speeds up the process and makes the challenge ahead easier.
Paul – of Spanish with Paul on YouTube
About the author
Dan is a retired United States Navy Commander who medically retired after 24 years of active service due to a lung injury he unknowingly sustained while serving in Iraq.
As a Fleet Marine Force Qualified Officer, he deployed twice to Iraq and served with the United States Marine Corps.
He has been awarded the Meritorious Service Medal, The Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (with one silver star representing six total awards), The Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (with two gold stars representing three total awards), and numerous other Awards and Decorations.
As a 100% Combat-Related Disabled American Veteran, Dan passionately supports veteran claims for lung diseases resulting from exposure to burn pit toxins in combat zones.
In retirement, Dan began studying Spanish as a way to keep his mind sharp and his focus on something other than his progressive medical condition.
He brought his attention-to-detail and systematic approach to measuring what others consider immeasurable to this work. It is his deepest hope that you find it an invaluable aid in your own journey to becoming conversationally fluent.
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