Word Wall

A cheat sheet of sorts... I finally put up lists of the spanish verbs I use most often, and the conjugation of each verb into the present, imperfect, past & future tenses. It's right above my computer where I will see it everyday and hopefully this will help make them stick in my brain!
Anybody have any other helpful memory tricks for improving my spanish vocab?


Christie-A Work In Progress said...

Sorry Lindsey, but that cracked me up! I hope it helps you in your quest to be bilingual! Buena Suerte!

The Davis's Downunder said...

Hi Lindsey..first...thank you and Eric for your prayers for Perry.
We had a go at learning Italian many years ago. Neighbors both sides of us spoke fractured English as their native language was Italian. We wanted to try and speak a little Italian so we could be more neighborly. Unfortunately, we were both total duds. I bought tapes...they were very helpful...(cd's today!) Having it playing in the background during the day was fairly helpful...we just weren't dedicated enough.

Firefly@www.firefly-shop.org said...

Hey, I'm not sure though I speak 2 languages fluently and what helped me was reading. I basically just read a lot :)

Discursivelyhappy said...

Have you tried Rosetta Stone?