Learn Spanish |Part 16: Spanish Vocabulary Upper-advanced | Golearn


Content and how to learn:

Chain of videos learning Spanish vocabulary according to the system, topic. The core content of the sessions is to help you practice and remember it many times. Each content consists of 3 parts:

Word Study: Learn vocabulary through pictures and practice listening
Word Quiz: The test selects the correct answer for the vocabulary learned
Word Collection: Summarize vocabulary learned, observe images and remember

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