Getting started with Spanish 1
Getting started with Spanish 1

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Getting started with Spanish 1

9 Language notebook

Remember to take down notes in your language notebook of the things you want to remember.

When you note down a grammar rule, it is a good idea to write down a couple of examples, too, as this will help you to remember quickly how the rules are applied.

When you note down a table or a vocabulary list, it is useful to write down a couple of sentences that would be relevant to you and you could potentially use. For example, if you write down the alphabet, you can also write down how to spell your name, surname and place of birth.

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