Learn Travel Spanish in Two Weeks Without Spending a Dime – 5 Easy Steps


Knowing the “Spanish Travel” or the ability to communicate at the primary Spanish level, before going to the Spanish speaking country, especially to Latin America, can help you make your holiday more enjoyable. If you need to, at least understand the beginner Spanish phrase will be very convenient to find your way or order food in the restaurant.

Many people don't have time to do extensive Spanish courses or don't want to pay for Spanish software.

To make it easier to learn Spanish and use free resources in just a few weeks, I've put together a simple 5-step approach:

step 1. from

 Find a free website and learn 50-100 basic Spanish nouns and verbs from

Me, us, hotel, highway, car, airport. Don't forget to know if nouns are feminine and masculine. Choose the website where you can hear the pronunciation. Find the suggested site below the article.

Most likely, at least for now, you will not be able to avoid learning the combination of basic verbs. In fact, it is not as complicated as you think.

In order to combine Spanish verbs, verbs are deleted at the end of their infinitive form, replaced by different endings, depending on the actions being taken by the World Health Organization.


AR from

[in English 'speak ']

If you say: ' from

I said 'Then you leave a word or stem from

'habl-' And add the end from

' – o' It turned into from


For '' from

You said ', Add end from

'-ar' In the stem, it becomes from


The ending verb ends slightly differently from

-er with from

-irBut the principle is the same. Remove the infinitive end and add the appropriate ending to the remaining stem.

tip: For the nouns in most cases, 'a' ends with women, just like from

La Mesa [table] and 'o' end is masculine, just like from

 El cabalo [horse].

Step 2. Understand the correct word order.

A common mistake for English speakers is to put nouns before nouns. In Spanish, the correct way is NOUN, then ADJECTIVE:


The cold water in Spanish is: from

Aguafria Where? from

Agua Means "water" and from

Friya It means "cold."

In English it translates to water cooling. Don't forget to place nouns first and think from

"water cooling" from

Before translating into Spanish.

Also remember that adjectives must reflect the gender of a noun.

E.g: "White" is from


But in Spanish it is incorrect. from

La mesa blanco.

You have to say: from

La Mesa from


Step 3. Start building your own sentences right away.

The good idea is to describe your behavior in Spanish or what you see. you can say:

I am going shopping – ' from

Voy a la tienda'

The dog is walking on the street – from

"Perro camina por la calle'

This will give you a better chance to remember words better, practice speaking in sentences, and shorten your mental translation time from English to Spanish. Try to remember the proper gender of the verb and the conjugate.

Tipping: Avoid these most common Spanish pronunciation errors:

· Issue the letter 'h'.

In Spanish, “h” is always silent.

Hamburguesa Sounds like "am-burr-guess-ah"

• The letter "j" is erroneously issued.

In Spanish, the letter "j" sounds like the English "h".

Jugo [juice] pronunciation like t'hugo'

· Do not pronounce "rr" softly. Spanish from

"R" Stronger than the UK from

"R". So like when you pronounce from

Tren [train] or from

Rojo [red], making 'r' strong sound.

Step 4. Everyone continues to learn new words day from

 And describe your behavior by forming your own sentences and use them immediately.

This is by far the most effective way to recall Spanish words from memory and to focus on learning the most useful words of the day. You don't need to know a lot of words to speak Spanish. In fact, many linguists have pointed out that we use less than 2,000 words in our daily lives. To start speaking Spanish, your vocabulary can only be 400-500 words. If you only learn 15 new words a day, you will know more than 200 basic Spanish words in two weeks.

Step 5. For best results, try to immerse yourself in Spanish. from

Listen to Spanish songs, watch Spanish subtitles [preferred instead of English subtitles], listen to Spanish podcasts, etc.

Another tip is that whenever you see a Spanish and English description of a product or service, try reading the Spanish version first.

If you are persistent, then using this simple method, you will be able to speak the basics or travel Spanish in just a few weeks. To learn more about Spanish, you can consider using Spanish software to speed up your studies.

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