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Learn Spanish Challenge: Day 86

by Jake Beus

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May 17th, 2012

Day 86 of the Learn Spanish Challenge! Watch the video!

“You can’t stay in your corner of the forest waiting for others to come to you. You have to go to them sometimes.” -A.A. Milne

Learn Spanish Challenge, Day 86
Travel Section 12, Unit 2

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

Congratulations for making it to Day 86 of the Learn Spanish Challenge! If you are complaining about not having anyone with whom you can practice, remember that you need to go out and find new friends. This might be in your neighborhood or on the internet. Opportunities don’t always come to you, sometimes you need to present yourself to the opportunities.

Today in the lessons, you are going to move on to Unit 2 of the Travel section and learn the Spanish vocabulary you will need for hotels. Finding a place to stay is often the 2nd biggest worry in traveling, next to transportation. Dave challenges you to reserve a hotel in Spanish and see how it goes. If you feel like you made some mistakes, it may be wise to review your reservation in English afterward.

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.

If you think about it, you usually make time for the things you really want to do.


One Response

  1. Linda says:

    I am so happy a friend told me about this program. I learn very fast. In a couple days I already have basic sentences to communicate with people in Guatemala who speak no English, Spanish-only speaking housekeepers in hotels and can follow Spanish speaking Moms in the stores with their kids. Learning is fun and easy with this program. I’ve been through every book and even a 1:1 session at a school in Antigua. They all do the same, start with basic vocabulary, then grammar rules to practice different tenses. Its too much to remember right away. This method gives you a wealth of vocabulary with a few simple grammar rules so its very easy to build on that. I can even pick up on where I left off in my practice without forgetting where I left off!

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