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I’d like to take you through a new year by getting you up to speed on the basics and making it fun for the rest of us.

It’s a bit of a tricky task, but it’s something we can accomplish with some practice.

First, I’ll explain the basic vocabulary of Spanish, which includes nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, and so on.

Then, I’m going to walk you through the grammar and vocabulary of the basic Spanish sentence structure: an introductory one, a colloquial one, and a translation of an ordinary Spanish sentence.

The colloquials will be more helpful for our purposes than the standard Spanish verbs.

I hope you find this helpful, and that you’ll make the transition from one form of Spanish to the next as much as possible.

If you find any errors or mistakes, please let me know in the comments.