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Thursday, October 14, 2004
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"Now, I can speak with my five new children. Thanks for helping us!"
Thank you so much for creating this program. My husband and I are adopting five children from Guatemala and really needed a quick way to learn Spanish. Your lessons have been a godsend! Other programs we have tried just haven't clicked. Your method runs circles around all the others we have attempted!
Ahora, puedo hablar con mi cinco nuevos ninos! Gracias por ayudarnos! (now, I can speak with my five new children. Thanks for helping us!)
Renee and Scott Dean
By the way, I have never solicited a testimonial. All the people decided to write and thank me because they were delighted to finally communicate in Spanish – and Synergy Spanish finally made it possible for them.
Why is this Course So Different?
Most courses teach you grammar in chunks. You learn adverbs and qualifiers today, the subjunctive tomorrow, the progressive the day after that. Most of the time, you're just confused.
You never make free-flowing sentences, and if you do manage to speak at all, it feels unnatural and stilted.
Not only is this antiquated method of teaching grueling for the students, but it's horrible for the teachers as well. You'd be amazed how many teachers hate grammar-based methods. Yet, they have to teach it, because it is part of the curriculum.
What’s worse? Grammar-based methods almost never work.
If it did work, millions of people would speak Spanish as a second language. Yet, very few people are able to use their classroom Spanish to communicate.
In fact, if you have tried to learn Spanish already and failed, it's not your fault. The fault lies in the ineffective methods that you have been exposed to.
You see, studies show that these grammar-based methods of teaching language fail 95% of the time. Notice, I didn't say, "95% of people fail to learn Spanish".
You didn't fail, the method failed.
"The reason you can't yet communicate in Spanish has nothing to do with memorizing another verb tense and all its conjugations, learning the subjunctive, the Spanish verb to be, or any of that grammar stuff. None of that will make a scrap of difference in your ability to communicate."
If you are a beginner, learning more grammar may even make your communication worse. You see, with too much analysis of grammar you become hesitant when you speak. Your mind focuses on rules instead of flowing along with the conversation.
Fortunately, there is an easier way.
It's Simply Astonishing How Well You'll Express Yourself
You may be wondering, "but I already know a lot more that 138 Spanish words and I can't communicate para nada (at all)". Again, it's not your fault. The fault lies in the methods you have been taught.
Spanish words are usually taught in lists. The lists are based on a theme. This is a really easy and fast way to build a Spanish course. But it is next to useless for communicating.
If I created my courses this way, it would take me a few days instead of the best part of a year to make a course. I guess those courses make sense for the publisher's business interests, however, as a way for you to connect with people in Spanish...
Forget about it!
Let me explain why it doesn't work and what you can do about it. Here's what usually happens with word lists. First day you learn words related to a theme e.g. animals. So you learn the Spanish words for goat, pig, donkey, horse, saddle, bridle, tiger, lion, zoo, etc.
Next day's theme is furniture: bed, sofa, table, chair, armchair, cupboard, toy box etc. If you learn 10 words a day then after three days 10+10+10 = 30 words
Now you know 30 words. That’s better than 3 days ago, but can you go out and communicate in the Spanish world?
What would you say? Dog cat armchair or pig saddle sofa?
"On the other hand, when you multiply Spanish 10 x 10 x 10 = 1000 phrase combinations you can use at will to express yourself. The result is the difference between dog pig monkey vs. me gustaría verla esta