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        I have given you all many methods and tips for learning Spanish but I have never told you which tools to use. This post is for those who need a little more guidance in regards to what to use to teach yourself Spanish or to help supplement you while you are taking separate courses. I will share my grammar books, vocabulary books, and also helpful reading books (found in the top right corner of the page). If you like the content from this post, please share it with others! Thank you! Feel Free To Purchase These Books. They Will Be Cheaper If You Purchase Them Through The Links That I Have Provided For You, And It Is Worth The Investment If You Really Want To Learn!


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  1. Hey Ricky, I've been learning spanish by myself since The beginning of 11th grade and I'm in 12th now, and I started with the Duolingo and It helped me remember some of the basic things I was taught in 9th grade Spanish 1 class and once I started remembering some of those basics, I stopped using duolingo and I purchased The kindle version of the 2,000 most common words in spanish by Lingo Mastery off of Amazon and that gave me more of a foundation I'm on 600 out of 2,000 words, but then I started watching your videos more this year And just yesterday I purchased 3 Books you recommended, MASTERING SPANISH VOCABULARY, HOUSEHOLD SPANISH, AND SPANISH GRAMMAR SIXTH EDITION. And I would like to know, whats a good way to memorize words from the Mastering Spanish Vocabulary book cause There are a lot of words in there and I dont know where to start and I know there are some spain spanish words in there but i only really want to learn the Latin American Words, Can you Help Please. Thank you

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  2. I want to introduce a book with you that is very useful for Spanish learner. English grammar for students of Spanish is a book which is very knowledgeable to beginners. With this English Grammar you will be able to resolve many problems, In which you will get step by step English and Spanish sentences and common vocabulary structure. It is also compatible with major Spanish textbooks.

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  3. Do you want PARCC practice test grade 5? Then you can come to our website since we have the best preparation assessments for various exams. Our practice assessments will assist you in passing every examination with ease.

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  4. "Google Word Coach Tests Your Vocabulary Knowledge In Bite-Sized Questions
    Google word coach (know more) is another component that Google offers on an internet browser. It is a useful and fun game. It helps in improving your jargon. Google shows the significance and equivalents of words when you look for 'word signifying' or 'characterize the word.' You can discover the implications of these words in the word reference or thesaurus that Google offers."

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  5. Language related blog always helps to work on your speaking skills and we can improve any language. Everybody knows that Spanish has become a great language so we need to follow grammatical rules. After following these tips we can solve common mistakes. The most important thing is we should focus on grammar and spelling that create difficulties for us. Online tools are also a better choice to correct mistakes. With the help of online websites and applications and websites can help you to learn any language easily.

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