Spanish for Retirees: Lesson 6

In today’s lesson, I’ll be sharing three simple rules to improve your Spanish pronunciation, introducing you to new verb, and showing you how to make your own sentences using plug-and-play constructions.

To see all the lessons, click HERE.

Subscribe to Blog via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

About the Author

Q-Roo Paul
Paul Kurtzweil (Q-Roo Paul) is a former lieutenant from the Polk County Sheriff's Office in Florida. During his 25-year career, he received numerous commendations to include two of the agency's top honors: a Meritorious Service Medal and a Medal of Valor. In 2015, Paul retired and moved to Mexico with his wife. He now spends his days enjoying the Riviera Maya and blogging from the beach.

16 Comments on "Spanish for Retirees: Lesson 6"

  1. Jan braverman | July 5, 2017 at 11:43 am | Reply

    These lessons are terrific! I love everything about them, especially the graphics. Thank you.

  2. Trish Richard | July 5, 2017 at 11:47 am | Reply

    Paul, totally enjoying the language lessons. I’m more of a visual learner that auditory and your lessons are just the right balance for me. They help the lessons in school back with dinosaurs roamed the earth come back surprisingly quickly.

  3. Garry Moore | July 5, 2017 at 5:43 pm | Reply

    I’m so glad I started with Duolingo a year ago or so, as I do know a lot of the words you have in the lesson. I’m afraid if I was bran new I would be like, what the…. but you are giving me leaps and bounds that I never picked up on with Duolingo and it is great. Thanks again for your time spent doing these.

  4. Rebecca Cope | July 6, 2017 at 9:34 am | Reply

    LOVE your lessons! They have put me leaps ahead in reading comprehension already. I have a purely technical question: What program are you using to put the lessons together?? I have been looking for something similar to put a project together. I LOVE how you can personalize, from the caricatures to the pictures on the wall.

    Thanks for taking the time to put the lessons together! It is much appreciated.

  5. Aren’t you afraid of living outside the USA.

    • No, the area we live in Mexico is as safe as where we lived in Florida. In many ways, it’s safer. Since I’m a retired deputy sheriff, safety is a priority to me.

  6. Janet Stephen | July 6, 2017 at 4:31 pm | Reply

    Are u afraid of living outside USA. Does Medicare pay for pay for medicine and dr.

    • Medicare doesn’t cover anything down here in Mexico but the prices are so low that it is similar to a copay in the United States.

  7. Thank you! Great Lesson!

  8. I love everything about your lessons! Is there a schedule for when new ones become available?

    • Thanks, Sandra. I don’t have a schedule; however, I try to do one a week. It really depends on the weather. If it’s a beautiful day, I’m out enjoying it.

Leave a Reply