Notes in Spanish Special Reports

As well as our free Spanish learning audio and videos, we have produced a lot of great free reports over the years, packed full of valuable Spanish learning resources.

You can find them listed below. Feel free to download them and add them to your personal Spanish learning resources.

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11 Cool People Phrases in Spanish PDF
The Spanish are gifted when it comes to describing their fellow human beings!
 
Conversation Starters PDF
10 Ways NOT To Sound Like A Total Tourist In Spain…
 
The Mighty Echar PDF
Useful phrases with one of the most versatile verbs in Spanish, Echar

 
The Most Amazing Spanish Learning Ideas Ever PDF – Put together with ideas from hundreds of Notes in Spanish listeners, this is a gold mine of ideas!
 
10 Very Cool Spanish Verbs PDF – Some of these are pretty colloquial, but they’ll make you sound Super Spanish!
 
Zero to Fluent in Spanish in 9 months PDF – The original steps Ben took to go from zero to pretty darn fluent in just 9 months!
 
Spanish Wine Phrases Report PDF – We teamed up with our friends at Catavino to bring you both useful, and fun, wine phrases!
 
False Friends Report PDF – How to avoid extreme embarrassment by not getting these mixed up!
 
34 Uses of Dar PDF – 34 excellent ‘Dar’ phrases and expressions that are commonly used by Spanish speakers every day
 
23 Ways to Translate “Become” in Spanish! PDF
Dominate “Become” in Spanish from now on!
 
Totally Understanding Llevar! PDF
Become a llevar expert now!
 

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10 thoughts on “Notes in Spanish Special Reports

  1. Nodira

    Hola Ben y Marina,
    enhorabuena por el proyecto, me encanta el material y los temas que elegís.
    Recuerdos desde Uzbekistan.

  2. Lynda Taylor

    I have tried to down load these reports but can not remember my password, I have tried a reminder but am told my email address is not on your database! strange as I am getting emails! can you help

  3. Ben Post author

    Gracias Nodira y Marie!

    Lynda – sorry, my mistake. Now they should just start to download as soon as you click on them – or you could try right-clicking and choosing ‘save link as’ – you don’t need a password at all to get these now!

  4. JOHN OLIVER

    Wonderful tips from two very hard-working altruistic people. Keep up the good work and many thanks; you are certainly improving my Spanish by leaps and bounds.

    Warmest wishes and thanks,

    John

  5. Phil

    Thanks, Ben – another great batch of useful information.

    But there’s just one problem with these “phrases to make you sound like a real Spaniard” – you come out with one with studied nonchalance in a bar, and everybody immediately assumes you can speak perfect Spanish, and comes back in high-speed Andaluz (in my case)!

    Another case for “Hmmm, si, vale, vale…”!

  6. Spanish Andy

    I especially enjoyed the report on how not to look like a tourist in Spain–I realize that most of your experience is with Spain, but could you do a similar one on avoiding basic ‘gringo’ mistakes in Latin America or something like that? Just an idea, and I suspect most of your readers are intending to use their Spanish in Latin America as opposed to Spain, so I think there would be a lot of interest.

  7. Ben Post author

    John – Thanks for the great comment!
    Phil – That is a risk yes, but sooner or later you’ll be chatting fluently back to them too!
    Spanish Andy – We’ll certainly consider that for the future, thanks for the comment and idea.

  8. Mitch

    Ben, Marina,
    Thanks for making these all available for download. Regarding Spanish Andy’s comment about a Latin American version… I’m sure it would be a great resource for those who want it, but personally I found that the majority of Spanish-learning resources already cover on the Latin American market. It’s the Madrid real-world Spanish that I found the hardest to find until I discovered Notes In Spanish. Please keep up the good work!

  9. Ben

    Thanks Mitch, you are right, there is so much South American Spanish material out there that I’m pretty sure we’ll stick to the Spanish from Spain. In the end it is all very interchangeable as well!

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