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A Quick, Easy Guide To Get You Started Learning Spanish.

Are you a complete beginner in learning Spanish?  Then this is the book for you.  It covers the very basics of the Spanish language in simple, easy-to-understand terms, providing you with a solid grounding.

It covers nouns, adjectives, definite and indefinite articles, cardinal numbers, rules of stress, personal pronouns, the present tense of regular verbs, plus common, everyday vocabulary and verbs.

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About This Book

Are you an absolute beginner in learning Spanish? Then this book is designed for you!

Short, simple and straightforward, it covers the very basics of the Spanish language, grammar and verbs, in an easy-to-understand fashion.

How To Use This Book

Step 1: Slowly work your way through the book, taking your time. Try not to pressurise yourself. Enjoy the experience.

Step 2: Keep going over the book to refresh your memory. Fully understand and assimilate all it contains.

Step 3: Give yourself a big pat on the back! After all, you've acquired an excellent grounding in the Spanish language.


Singular Nouns

What's a noun? A noun is a word used to denote:

*a person

*a thing

*a place

All Spanish nouns are either masculine or feminine. Usually – although not always – masculine nouns end with an -o and feminine nouns end with an -a.

Examples of masculine nouns which end in an -o would be:

*vaso – glass

*plato – plate

*cuchillo – knife

*libro – book

Examples of feminine nouns ending in an -a would be:

*taza – cup

*mesa – table

*cuchara – spoon

*cabeza – head

Sometimes, with nouns relating to persons or animals, the -o or -a at the end of the word will change, depending on whether it relates to male or female. Some examples of this