Learning common phrases and vocabulary can be a great way to get started with Spanish and even prepare for an upcoming event that might require some knowledge of the language.
To help you learn Spanish faster, we developed our new Course Wizard, which will let you learn the exact Spanish phrases and sentences that you really need, while our AI technology will have you learning Spanish vocabulary faster than ever before and in proper context.
With Course Wizard, you can now create a Spanish course on any topic that you’re passionate about!
Do you need to read a text in Spanish but don’t know much of the vocabulary? You can copy and paste that text into Course Wizard. It pulls the relevant vocabulary from the article and creates a new course just for you.
Maybe you have a list of words you’d like to study. Put them into Course Wizard and let it do its magic for you – a new course focused on those exact words.
What if you don’t have a specific text or a list of words, but you know what topic you’d like to learn more about? Course Wizard can help you out. Put in some keywords on that topic, and you will get a course related to those keywords, centered on the topic you’re interested in. It really is that easy.
All Course Wizard courses can be accessed from the Lingvist app or the desktop website, complete with relevant example sentences. You can even change the sentences you don’t like when creating a course, as well as delete any words selected by Course Wizard that you don’t think fit your needs. And any courses created with Course Wizard can easily be shared with your friends!
We at Lingvist want you to learn your Spanish vocabulary faster and more efficiently. Check out all of the resources we offer on the Spanish language on our blog, complete with in-depth articles and tips on learning Spanish grammar.
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