Pimsleur Spanish Level 1 : 30 lessons – 16 CD audio – Learn Spanish for Travel, Work or Family with this Spanish course. Did you know that Spanish is the second most popular language in the world? For Americans, it’s one of the easiest languages to learn, and you won’t find anything faster or easier than the Pimsleur® method. Whether you want to travel, socialize with friends or colleagues, reunite with family, or simply understand what’s going on in the world around you, learning Spanish will broaden your horizons and enrich your life significantly. If you have tried other methods of learning the language, but find that they don’t work, you should try Pimsleur. Spanish for Beginners: How to learn and speak Spanish from the start. The Pimsleur I Spanish course is ideal for students to listen and speak Spanish many times over, which is much more than in many other laughing lessons. I spent 4 years learning Spanish in high school and one semester at university, and still only learned a few keywords, with a terrible accent! It’s been almost 20 years since I graduated from high school, and before I tried these CDs I didn’t even speak enough Spanish to communicate except to ask how you were doing and say I was doing well. Pimsler developed Pimsler’s method based on two fundamental principles: the principle of anticipation and the scientific principle of memory learning, which he called “gradual spacing memory”. “This method was applied to different levels and languages of the Pimsleur programs.” So far I have only had three lessons, but this is the best way to learn Spanish I have found. Paul Pimsleur has spent his career researching and honing the exact elements that anyone can use to learn a language quickly and easily. The best available way to learn Spanish is to have a history of each word that makes it easy and fun to memorize every word. At the end of lesson 30 you will find reading lessons that will give you an introduction to learning Spanish. Students can count on the lessons to be understood by everyone who speaks Spanish around the world. Spanish is the official language of 19 Latin American countries, as well as Spain, the Dominican Republic and Cuba. I am so excited to learn in class that I want to “break the rules” and take two or three lessons in one day! However, I have noticed that if I break the rules and have one class two or three days in a row, I want to have more.