Learn Spanish! I will teach you 50+ words in Spanish that are the same in English. In no time you will improve your Spanish vocabulary by a lot. If you are an English native speaker who wants to learn Spanish, these words are a bonus. You will learn these words in no time because these words are the same in English and in Spanish. This is why it will be so easy to learn and memorize these 50+ Spanish words. Don’t waste time: start learning Spanish now with this useful and practical Latin American Spanish class. Not only you will learn many words, you will also learn to pronounce the letters and sounds of the Spanish words correctly. This is because I am a Spanish native speaker. So you will not learn some broken hybrid Spanish — you will learn Spanish from someone who uses it a lot, every day, with many other native speakers. That is to say, you will learn REAL LIFE SPANISH. Most Spanish books have outdated examples because language changes continuously and so I have my mother language, Spanish, up-to-date. Also, I have studied my language for years so I will give you examples of how Spanish speakers from other countries pronounce the letters and sounds in Spanish. So, learn Spanish with me, Ana, at Butterfly Spanish, and improve your Spanish in a fun, easy, and practical way.

Do not forget to watch my other videos. I have videos about Spanish grammar, vocabulary, and real life situations in Spanish. I also have shared with you some tricks and tips if you are travelling to a Spanish-speaking country. You can just browse my Spanish channel and get what best suits your needs in order to improve your Spanish.

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No olvides ver mi canal y mi sitio web si estás buscando más lecciones que te ayuden a mejorar tu español. Tengo muchas otras clases de español que cubren muchos temas interesantes sobre el idioma y la cultura española y latina.

Saludos y abrazos,
Ana

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45 COMMENTS

  1. I've only known this woman for thirty seconds and if anything happened to her I would kill everyone in this country and then myself

  2. Great video as always! I'm sorry if this has already been mentioned, but when I'm writing this there are 679 comments, and I don't feel like going through all of them. as much as I appreciate this video, I wish you would have shown the gender of all of the words that are nouns. Some of them are obvious, but others I had to look up. Sorry, that's a tiny critique. ¡Gracias!

  3. Spanish speaking person here, just a suggestion… spend a little more time on the pronunciation of the words. Other than that, you did a great job and have lots of charisma.

  4. Very helpful to me! I've tried many courses but you are the best. How can I donate? I feel like I owe you!!
    Thanks

  5. I'm south african I speak Swati, Zulu and Xitsonga, Spanish just sounds too similar to Swati n Zulu except for the accent. I'ma learn Spanish and hopefully I'll be much much fluent in 3 years or less.

  6. How slow she speaks English u can tell she is working it all out in her head ? It’s so cute thou she full of good vibes I wish she could be my Spanish teacher coz she is actually French so she is pretty much teaching us Spanish in a French accent ? By the way, I am from England, the ORIGINAL place where English was made, NOT AMERICA!!! It really annoys me when people first think of America when they think about English. It’s like thinking of Mexico when you think of Spanish. Total rubbish.

  7. I wish she was my teacher. ??‍? my normal Spanish learning experience has been so boring lol

  8. El semen. Care to elaborate on that a bit more, perhaps define it a bit more like use it in descriptive sentence ??

  9. My warm greetings. You are a wonderful teacher. I liked you way of teaching so much. …( Mis cálidos saludos. Eres un maestro maravilloso Me gustaste mucho tu forma de enseñar) …

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