Learn Spanish via Etymologies: The Addictive Way To Learn Spanish Quickly



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This new method to learn Spanish makes each word come alive in your mind. Knowing where each Spanish vocabulary word came from makes it trivial for you to remember them.

Once you know that the Spanish “mirar” (to look at) is related to the English “admire,” “miracle,” “mirage” — all things you look at — you’ll always remember “mirar.”

Once you know that the Spanish for “lighthouse” is “faro,” named after the King of ancient Egypt who built the Great Lighthouse at Alexandria, the “Pharaoh,” then you’ll always remember “faro.”

Once you know that most “ct” sounds in English are a parallel to the “ch” sound in Spanish, you’ll always remember that “noCHe” (night) is similar to “noCTurnal”, “ocho” (eight) is like “oCTogon”, “leche” (milk) is like “laCTose,” etc.

And so on! From the creators of the hit site, SpanishEtymology.com

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