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Fast Lane Beginner Spanish Language Audiobooks - Learn Spanish In Your Car: Learn Basic Spanish Language Lessons Bundle (Lessons 1 To 56)

Length: 26 hrs and 40 mins
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Summary

If you're sick and tired of Spanish programs that teach Spanish in the "slow lane" and you're ready to step on the gas and accelerate in the "fast lane" then keep reading.... 

Perhaps you've already purchased another learning-Spanish program or two. Or maybe you've purchased several and still feel you’re unable to speak Spanish with complete confidence. Or maybe you’re an absolute beginner. In any case, you may be thinking that you’ll have to spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars on learning Spanish programs and/or private Spanish classes to take your Spanish to the next level.   

Fortunately, there's no need to spend a ton of money and move at a snail's pace in order to learn to speak Spanish with complete confidence.   

Fast Lane Spanish will empower you to step on the gas and peel rubber, taking you from beginner level - or even absolute beginner level - all the way to a level where you speak real Latin American conversational Spanish - and with complete confidence.   

Take a peek at what I have in store for you: 

  • Over 26 hours of authentic Latin American audio Spanish lessons
  • Core program has 56 audio Spanish lessons - each lasting about 30 minutes
  • Four bonus Spanish lessons to help you master conversational Spanish
  • System that will allow you to master conjugating Spanish verbs
  • Method that can be used to learn Spanish in the car
  • PDF transcripts to all lessons
  • Only native Spanish-speaking voice actors so you develop an authentic Latin American Spanish accent
  • Membership to Learning Spanish Like Crazy members only Facebook group   

And most importantly, a fun and engaging teaching method that will have you looking forward to practicing with this program - and the more you practice, the more you learn.   

To move out of the learning-Spanish "slow lane" and step on the gas in order to "peel rubber" in the learning-Spanish "fast lane" and speak Spanish with complete confidence, this is what you need to do now.   

Download to get started today!  

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

©2019 Learning Like Crazy (P)2019 Learning Like Crazy

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The lazy learner’s guide to Spanish

This is the audible book for us lazy learners. Fast lane learning with little stress. You can say few Spanish sentences in little time after listening. To ask “which one?”, you say “Cuál?” and to ask “which ones?”, you say “Cuáles?”. These are some of the things you will learn under five minutes of listening to the audiobook.

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Starts slow but gets more complex

Scaling through lessons 1-10 was easy. The learning gets more complex afterward and at the same time more fun. The narrator introduces more engaging Spanish grammar and vocabulary like saying a sentence and asking you to identify or say the correct answer to a word. A real-life scenario is incorporated and you will be asked questions in Spanish where your response needs to be in Spanish. This is a fantastic way of practicing what you learned.

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In my opinion definitely outstanding

I consider this learning-Spanish method outstanding. It helps me to think and hear the Spanish that’s al around me. The progress I am making with this method is more than I remember ever attaining using any other method. Words cannot effectively describe how outstanding the narrators and voice actors are in Fast Lane Beginner Spanish.

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So much better than the conventional methods

Defers the conventional method of boring method of teaching. Each lesson is made simple and more understandable by explanation and exercises. I am using the audiobook to learn speaking and my Spanish dictionary for spelling. The combination has been fantastic so far. Kudos!

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I recommend this for both beginner and intermediat

Learning Spanish is a lifetime commitment. And truth be told, it is not as easy at it sounds especially for English speakers like me who did not do well learning languages while in school. The learning curve is slow when you had thought you were making progress, and tune in to a Spanish TV program to see you cannot make out a word of all that is being said. Podcast, videos, and dictionaries surely help but all the same, in a slow way.
The author of this audiobook referred to it as a “Fast lane”. To me, it contributes to the general learning. And when the interaction style of the book is considered, it is indeed a fast lane for beginners. They will be able to learn lots of Spanish in little time.
I am neither a beginner nor an expert speaker. Reading this audiobook book helps relearn some things and also shed light on baffling Spanish tenses. How I wish this was the first book I came across when I started learning Spanish, my speaking rate may have indeed been on the faster lane.
Great audiobook. Recommended for beginners and intermediate speakers.

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Teaching style helps you by giving you the buildin

The audiobook is sorted by lessons with each focusing on either a part of speech or sentence type such as possessive adjectives, prepositional phrases, sightseeing vocabulary, irregular verb, and so on.
Instructors for each lesson introduces the main focus of the lesson and why it is important to learn for fluent Spanish speaking. The word examples are give with some intervals for listeners to guess the correct answers and then repeat. .
These words are like a building block for a complete sentence. Starting from a single word and then joining it with others until when they all can be pronounced together as a sentence.
To enjoy this audible book and better retention of the learned words, it is important to guess the answers as instructed by the narrator and then recite the words and phrases often. Listen to each lesson like two to three times. Repetition as being discovered to enhance brain retention.
Another well-done job by the author is giving a quick chip-in of variant usage of some words and why they might be used in a certain context. These contexts are not related to the main discussion of the lesson.
The audiobook also highlights the difference in word usage for people you address with their first name and the one used for superiors or seniors “señor”. These words are most of the time used to show courtesy.
The lessons are built on one another. At the start of listening, the recited words might sound irrelevant, but as readers progress, it makes more sense. Words learned in lesson 33, for example, were continued on a more comprehensive scale in lesson 34. Even more comprehensive on the following lessons too.

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So appropriately named

It is a quick and easy way to learn Spanish. The creator of this audio lessons was right to have named it “Fast Lane Beginners Spanish Language Audiobooks”. In just a few minutes I started listening and already gaining lots of insight into the structure and pronunciation of the Spanish language.

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  • Charles Hartley
  • The Langdale Estate, Great Langdale, Ambleside LA22 9JD, UK
  • 25-03-19

A big thumbs up to the narrator and Spanish speake

I really enjoy this audiobook. Although Spanish is not the first foreign language I have studied. I have had some experience learning French and Italian. I have been in search of a simple and fast tool to learn Spanish and most I of what I have been coming across has not been worthy of much. They are either too complex or poorly structured. If they could be tough for me having learned other languages to some extent, I wonder how they would be for someone learning a new language for the first time. Maybe I was purchasing the wrong materials all this while. Patrick Jackson makes the lesson easy to understand and remember. Thumbs up to the narrators who were gentle in their pronunciation of each exercise. Yes, my learning is in the fast lane!

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What have I learned so far?

Fast Lane Beginner Spanish has taught me a tremendous amount of Spanish. The most basic of questions are introduced early such as, “¿Cómo?” ie “How?” and “¿Cuánto?” interpreted as “How much?” After learning the words, the audiobook proceeds to building them up into longer and moe complex sentences which can be used for normal conversation. I recommended that this program be your companion while on a visit to any Spanish speaking country.

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Beats having my own Spanish instructor

I was thinking of getting a private Spanish tutor since the cost of individual sign up will be much for my budget at this time. I also imagine learning the language better will make it more fun before a trip to Madrid. I am a Real Madrid fan.
I listen to the lessons together in the evening before going to bed and it has been a fun experience. I’ve picked up some helpful tourist or sightseeing vocabulary, such as “¿Dónde está la catedral?”. Which means “where is the cathedral?”

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  • Jermaine Carbone
  • 18-03-19

Handy Spanish vocabulary and talking about possess

What I like most about these lessons is that I am learning Spanish vocabulary that will come in handy while learning important components of Spanish grammar like how to talk about possession. I have learned the Spanish words for computer, printer, scanner, etc. Of course, any modern or recent Spanish course could have taught me those words. But Fast Lane Spanish has also taught me how to express possession. Not only can I say "that's a computer in Spanish" But I can express that the computer, printer, scanner, etc. is mine, yours, his, hers, ours or theirs.

And it doesn't stop there. I can also talk about possession by saying that "it" (when referring to just one computer, printer, scanner, etc.) is mine, yours, his, hers, ours or theirs. And I can do the same when referring to "plural objects" and say that the "they" are mine, yours, his, hers, ours or theirs when referring to multiple computers, printers, scanners, etc. . In our native language we take these things for granted, not realizing how often we talk about possession in normal everyday conversations. Not realizing that it would be very hard, if not impossible, to be fully conversational in another language without being able to talk about possession.

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  • Donald H
  • 15-02-19

27 Hours of audio lessons and FREE PDF

The 27 hours of audio and FREE PDF found in my audible "library" make this a good deal. The teaching method is identical to the one the author used in his Learning Spanish Like Crazy Beginner Spanish Bundle. If you loved that method then you will also love these lessons. There are 56 lessons in this program. Each one of the the 56 lessons are about 25 minutes long. With some shorter and others longer. The difference between this and the Learning Spanish Like Crazy Beginner Bundle is that this one focuses more on teaching Spanish pronouns and prepositions. The other focused more on the topic of conjugating Spanish verbs. The two programs really compliment one another in my opinion.

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  • Michael Davis
  • 11-03-19

A great way to master Spanish for everyday con

The unique approach employed in this program has given me the confidence that I can learn Spanish pretty fast and become skilled at conjugating Spanish verbs for ease of communication.

The use of Spanish pronouns and prepositions in this language instruction has helped me construct sentences with ease as I progress. Although it seems like a steep learning curve, the instructor gives relevant examples which are helpful in putting every word or phrase into different contexts.

I anticipated my growth in realizing new dimensions for Spanish pronunciation to be in continuous leaps and bounds, and I can say I wasn’t disappointed.

In lesson 8 for example, the exercise tested my grasp of possessive adjectives and possessive pronouns learned from previous lessons by giving me an opportunity to respond first before listening to the correct Spanish translation. This was a critical moment for me to remember what I had learnt and apply it in real-time. This meant that every time I could not translate straight away I had to go back and refresh my memory. Such exercises form a critical component of the program that gives any learner the necessary tools to test user response.

The addition of vocabulary at each stage is particularly important in reinforcing a rich arsenal of words that are integral to a participatory approach. There is some repetition of particular words or phrases which helps to refresh the memory with specific examples that keep the momentum and flow.

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  • Declan Ryan
  • 06-03-19

Prepositional phrases demystified finally

I have gone through lesson number four twice. And this is the first learning Spanish system that I have found that demystifies Spanish prepositional phrases for beginners. Now I feel confident making a distinction in Spanish between beneath, under, below, etc. And I have the same confidence making a distinction in Spanish between above vs. on top of. These may not sound like major issues for some Spanish language learners but when you are in Latin America trying to give directions to a taxi driver in Spanish, this can make the difference between getting dropped off at your hotel or getting dropped off at the wrong location.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 20-03-19

Spanish instructor's top pick

As someone who has tutored students learning Spanish for several years, I think I am qualified to give a review of a learning-Spanish product. This is definitely one of the most effective programs for beginners because the narrator in the program, who by the way isn't Patrick Jackson, actually walks you through the steps of forming simple Spanish sentences and even questions until you are able to form more complex sentences and questions.

I always advise my students to only use programs that have native Spanish speakers. Although the author who created this program is not a native speaker of Spanish, he made sure that he only used native Spanish speaking voice actors. Even the narrator in the program is a native Spanish speaker. I should say narrators because I noticed in the later lessons a female narrator is used. By the way, I really wish that the author would stop including the PDF as a bonus because the best way to learn any language is by using your ears and mouth and by relying less on your eyes (that is, relying less on reading).

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  • Natasha Patel
  • 06-03-19

A fantastic deal and I’ll tell you why

There is probably one of the better deals on Audible for learning Spanish. Not only are there something like 56 lessons but there are also 26 plus hours of audio. To top it off, the lessons are great. I prefer a program that has some explanation in English but not too much. This one has just the right amount of explanation in English so that I understand the language or the grammar – without over doing it. The rest of the time I am engaging with the native Spanish speaking narrator and the voice actors in Fast Lane Beginner Spanish.

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  • Ronan Guinan
  • 04-03-19

Feel as if I've already mastered Spanish interroga

I just finished the first lesson and I must go record to say I am very impressed. These lessons use the same interactive listen-guess-listen-repeat method the author used in his other programs. Using a very engaging method, in the first lesson I learned Spanish for these interrogative words and phrases:
- Which?
- Which one?
- Which ones?
- What?
- For what?
- Why?
- When?
- Where?
- How?
- How many?
- How much?
- How much do you weigh?
- Who?
- Whom?
- Whose car is this?
- Whose book is this?

And I didn't merely learn a bunch of canned questions. I learned how to construct questions in Spanish by first laying the foundation with learning basic Spanish vocabulary along with interrogative words. I took a quick glance only at the PDF for the next lesson which is number 2 (haven't listened to any of the audio). And the lesson teaches how to conjugate the Spanish irregular verb "querer" while teaching some vocabulary that I can use when eating in a restaurant in Latin America. Like the authors, other Spanish programs, all of the speakers in Fast Lane Beginner Spanish are obviously native Spanish speakers.

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  • Jennifer Reynolds
  • 19-03-19

I am sold on the content

This is one of the best how-to-speak Spanish deals I have found not just on Audible but the Internet in general. For the price that I paid, there is just so much learning-Spanish content there’s even a pdf transcript of all the lesson. I will continue to buy programs from this author.

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  • David Parkar
  • 19-03-19

Complicated topics made simple

Even with private Spanish lessons I struggled learning how to use se and the passive voice in Spanish. I am now very familiar with the topic. I was able to explain to a Spanish speaking friend who was born in the USA and who grew up speaking both languages another way to say in Spanish that “They dance Salsa in Puerto Rico and Cuba.” I was able to explain to my American-born Spanish-speaking friend how to say “people dance Salsa in Puerto Rico and Cuba” or “one dances Salsa in Puerto Rico and Cuba” which mean the same as “They dance Salsa in Puerto Rico and Cuba.” By learning how to use se and the passive voice in Spanish from this audio program I was able to explain. One thing, I want to add. Try to learn without the PDF transcript that comes with the audible program. It’s more challenging but learning without the transcript will pay dividends in the long run when it comes to perfecting your accent and sharpening your listening skills.

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  • Anne Ray
  • 04-03-19

The Spanish way for me

I am not a print book person per se. But I am open minded to acquiring new knowledge and this Spanish audiobook is the way for me to get better.

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