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100 most common Spanish words

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Here is a list of the 100 most commonly used Spanish words.

 

100 most commonly used Spanish Words

 

To fast track your path to speaking Spanish it’s essential to start with the most commonly used Spanish words.

 

Don’t make the dumb mistake I made.

 

Some of the first words I learned in Spanish where plughole, dish drainer and rasp.

 

How often would You use those words?

 

Have not used them once in a decade of living in a Spanish-speaking country.

 

Instead, you should spend your time on the words that come up in almost every conversation.

 

Think of something you want to say and see how long you can go without using words like “and,” “in” or “have.”

 

These words are used all the time. In fact, the top 100 words make up 50 percent of the language.

 

En cambio (In other words), 50 percent of everything we say uses the 100 most common words over and over again.

 

Don’t waste your time and energy on words you’ll rarely use (e.g., plughole, dish drainer and rasp).

 

Results are a hundred times more effective if you start speaking the most common words first, and the best place to start is with the 100 words that make up 50 percent of spoken language.

 

Until Oct 30, you can get Shortcut to Spanish from $19.95 which includes 100 most commonly used words, 31 audio lessons that have you speaking Spanish right away, and the secrets to an instant vocabulary of 3145 words.

 

I missed years of fun, conversations and friendships by focusing on the wrong words. Don’t make the same mistake.

 

Start with one hundred Spanish words you’ll use every day.

 

100 most commonly used Spanish Words

 

Saludos, 
  
Marcus Santamaria 
Spanish Communication Coach
 
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