Days of the week in Spanish
There are many ways to improve your Spanish vocabulary, but today we’ll focus on the days of the week in Spanish, as an example. I will show you three techniques on how to memorize Spanish vocabulary (and basically anything you want).
KEEP IN MIND that motivation and interest are fundamental in this process, but these two depend entirely on you. What is left for me is to provide memorization techniques that will help you reach your goal. If you’re still in doubt about learning Spanish or it’s been really tough for you, here are 3 tips to learn the Spanish language.
1. Learn a song. I remember that when I was little, I memorized so many songs to learn vocabulary. Until now I still remember them without a problem. If you like music this technique is perfect for you.
2. Link to familiar things and make a story. The objects, places or people that are familiar to you can give clues to help you remember. For example you can create an acronym for the days of the week LMMJVSD and link it to known things. Lunes starts with letter L like my cousin Louis who loves Mondays.
3. Connect and link. You can tie the components of a list linking them to an image. For Example: Sábado is like the word sabbatic. If I have to picture someone in Sabbatic, it comes to my mind someone resting. Now when I think of the word Sábado I think of someone resting and I know it is Saturday.
Learning can be as fun as you want it to be. Use these techniques and tell me if they worked for you or how you applied them. Don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE to the channel, I’ll leave you the button below.
Also, remember to listen to our Podcast in Spanish as much as you need, in order to master your Spanish skills.