The best “learn to speak Spanish” learning programs often offer free downloads, learn to speak Spanish software and lessons, to teach you some Spanish and to help sell their products. These free sample lessons are of the best quality the makers can manage, because they want to make a good impression with them.
For example, Mauricio Evlampieff’s Rocket Spanish (the leading learn conversational Spanish course) offers a free 6-part mini course in Spanish valued at $37.00. The lessons in the mini-course are useful and you will learn some useful Spanish whether you decide to go ahead and buy the full course, for under $100, or not.
Patrick Jackson (FSI Spanish) will send you six whole lessons from FSI Programmatic Spanish, for free, because he is convinced that these lessons show off his product well and many will be influenced to buy the full course for $97. These lessons are sent to you via e-mail, six lessons, one a day for six days.
Marcus Santamaria, author of Synergy Spanish, offers free “Synergy Spanish” training to ‘test drive’ their product and give you a taste of what their Spanish-learning system and their “multiplying Spanish” approach can do for your ability to communicate in Spanish.
Lessons come to you by e-mail and include free e-book chapters, flashcards, audio lessons and a free subscription to the ‘Synergy Spanish Tips’ newsletter. Just register for Part 1 of the course. Of course, they want you to buy their full Spanish learning course for $39.95, but you don’t have to.
And there are still more free downloads learn to speak Spanish software packages available!
Dave Rivera, creator of the Surefire Spanish learning package, offers free lessons with tips on how to learn a language, keys to pronunciation for any language, why you must learn complete sentences when first learning a language and how to learn the proper tempo of a language.
These are specific Spanish lessons in pdf files. They use their “Natural Method” to learn Spanish grammar fast. They also associate new words with pictures which makes learning easier. All this is demonstrated in their free lessons, which they use to promote their $37 Spanish learning course.
Even Carlos Miranda at Latin slang for gringos (which he writes as “Latin Slang 4 Gringos”) offers free Spanish resources to help you learn vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar and more for free. This to help promote his course in Latin American slang which sells for $27.
Latin slang for gringos is not a full Spanish-learning program. It is an insiders’ guide to understanding Latino slang, made especially for Northamericans whose first language is English. It’s to enable them to understand what Latinos are really saying when they use slang expressions not found in most dictionaries!
As you can see there are many free downloads, learn to speak Spanish, software learning programs available. To get more info on any of the above, just follow the links below.