Once you enter into the world of Spanish pronouns, your Spanish will never be the same again. What we aim to do with this blog and video is to make sure that it’s for the better and not for the worst.
The idea of Spanish pronouns is to make your sentence CLEAR and EFFICIENT.
Unfortunately, because of the apparent complexity, often they do EXACTLY THE OPPOSITE.
What to Expect.
There are two things to realise when you begin to use Spanish pronouns. The first is that you can expect your spoken Spanish to slow down dramatically. This is completely normal and it should be welcomed. If you skim the learning process you will only find yourself totally confusing your listener as you mix and match (incorrectly) the entire range pronouns at your disposal.
The second thing to be aware of is that, no matter how much you might fight against it, you simply CANNOT avoid them. Direct and Indirect pronouns are everywhere. in the Spanish language.
The Good News.
The good news is that Spanish pronouns are not so difficult to use as you might imagine. Firstly, however, before you can really get full benefit from this video you must understand what the Indirect and Direct Spanish pronouns are. To do that, we already have some podcasts on this subject.
If you need to bring yourself up to speed or refresh your thinking check out these two podcasts:
The Big Issue.
The biggest issue that people have when trying to incorporate Spanish pronouns into their spoken Spanish is getting the order right, as well as getting the person right.
In this video I give you a foolproof and step by step system that will always produce the correct sentence. All you need to do is to learn the system and apply it.
What puts many people off, however, is that like any learning, it’s a slow and clumsy process at first. (Remember learning to drive and how you were at the beginning.) The other issue is that whilst you are mechanically going through your internal questions and getting the order right, your listener is stifling a yawn and losing the will to live. lol.
The fact is, it will always be like this until you have practised it enough to get a flow going. Just make sure you only talk to kind, understanding people. 🙂
So, watch the video as many times as you need to get it right. Take notes, write test sentences, practice with your study group, do as much as you can to really get the structure into your head and your Spanish can do nothing else but vastly improve.