Spanish for beginners #1 Spanish Sentence Structure

Ok so you are in Spain waiting to be served in a restaurant. You have the menu in English but you since you are in Spain and learning Spanish it would make more sense to you to communicate in Spanish with the waiter. You know what you want to say, and it’s just a very basic sentence. The waiter is coming… “what am I going to say?” you think. He’s coming! “Quickly say something in Spanish! Quickly! Spanish! Now!” … “Could I have a glass of red wine please?”

I’m sure you can relate to that. You want to say something in Spanish but when the time comes words seem to not make any sense at all. Well, worry no more cause I’m here to help.

In my Spanish for beginners series I will teach you the very basics so you can speak Spanish more confidently. Episode number one talks about the sentence structure in the Spanish language. Here’s the video.

 

Hope you find that useful. Remember that learning a language takes plenty of practise so don’t give up even when you think you’re not making any progress. Don’t forget to subscribe to receive the latest videos and tips.

¡Feliz aprendizaje de Español!

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