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Learn Spanish Challenge: Day 16

by Jake Beus

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February 8th, 2012

Day 16 of the Learn Spanish Challenge! Watch the video!

“Doing the best at this moment puts you in the best place for the next moment.” -Oprah Winfrey

Learn Spanish Challenge, Day 16
Survival Expressions Section 3, Unit 1

Virtual Instructor
Listen and Repeat
Virtual Instructor
Memory Machine
Listen and Don’t Repeat
Review Game (First Game)

Are you new to the Learn Spanish Challenge? Go to Day 1.

Congratulations for making it to Day 16. You are making tomorrow better by working on your goals today. Your confidence tomorrow will be higher because you worked on a goal today.

Today Dave will guide you through the beginning of the Survival Expressions Section. This will be a fun and useful section for you because you are going to learn fun and useful Spanish phrases. Also, today Dave challenges you to go and speak with a native Spanish speaker. Although it is certainly the best to do that in person, there are avenues where you can speak with native Spanish speakers online. This is a great opportunity for you to practice what you have learned thus far.

I want to help you learn from each other and learn together. With that in mind, I would love to receive feedback about how the lesson went each day from you. If you are interested in providing a few sentences about each day, then email me at jake(at)spanishprograms.com and I’ll give you more information. Please put “Interested in Guest Blogging” in the email subject line. Since there are new people beginning the Learn Spanish Challenge each day, your thoughts and feelings will be helpful to them.

These videos are being posted on the blog under the category “Learn Spanish Challenge”. You can also watch the videos on our YouTube channel, and I post them daily on Facebook and Twitter as well.

Do your best because Oprah says so.


One Response

  1. Sammie Carraher says:

    Following along with the Learn Spanish Challenge is very fun and educational! However, I’m going to have to slow down with it a bit because I find I can’t learn and remember everything in one day and then move on to the next day and recall everything. So, I’m going to keep practicing one area until I feel I’ve really learned it before moving on to the next video. For 16 days I’ve kept up with it on a daily basis but I still don’t feel like I have the Greetings Section really down pat and want to spend more time going over it and then spend more time on the Survival Expressions after that.

    For me, anyway, it should work out a lot better to just do two or three videos worth a week instead of five.

    We live in a an area of southern Colorado that has a large Hispanic population and I am able to practice my Spanish every time I go anywhere! My honorary daughter in law is from Honduras and we will be eating out with them tomorrow. She has been such a help to me in learning Spanish. She spoke no English when she married our honorary son (he met her on his mission to Honduras). She now speaks English perfectly but I still don’t speak Spanish! I so want to be able to speak to her family when they come to visit.

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