Spanish Sentences

Sup d0ods?

It’s been a while, and I hope you are all good.

I’ve just added a large number of professionally translated Spanish sentences to Surface languages. There is no audio as yet, but it will come along shortly – over the next month or so.  I’m all for learning sentences in different languages. I find it therapeutic and it increases my vocabulary, but there we go.

I intend over time to add sentences in different languages and these are the languages which I will add first (as and when):

French/Afrikaans/Portuguese European/Catalan/English/Russian/Maltese.

You will notice that I’ve included English. All the sentences are the same and there is no reason that with a bit of jiggery pokery, and waving of hands, it shouldn’t be possible to learn Spanish through French, or English through Maltese and so on.

I hope to add this next year.

I’m also adding a new test. I’m not giving any clues, but I’m learning the numbers from one to ten in different languages. If nothing else, this should stave off dementia.

I read somewhere (and I loathe this sort of statistic) that 30% or so of people who set public goals achieve them. Well, this hasn’t worked for me as yet, but just in case :-

I’ve been at a good intermediate level in Spanish for years. I can chat and so on, but really I’ve not forced myself to improve and I’ve plateaued. I’m going to make a massive effort to improve and beak through to the next level.

Besos and baci.


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2 Responses to Spanish Sentences

  1. Janet Miller says:

    Any chance of Surface Languages including Irish? I’ve been taking classes for years, but have made little progress! I’ve learned more on line with sites such as Duolingo. It seems that the more ways I approach the same material, the better I grasp it. I just discovered Surface Languages; the site looks intriguing!

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