This is the third installment of our “Twin Brothers Race to Learn Spanish” case study.
In our last installment, we discussed how John and Bryan Tublin learned to see, hear and feel the 39 Elemental Sounds of Spanish.
But in Spanish conversation, the 39 Elemental Sounds don’t appear in isolation, they appear in combination.
Elemental Sounds combine to form syllables. Syllables combine (with melody) to form sentences.
Now that John and Bryan have mastered the Elemental Sounds, their next mission is to master full Spanish sentences.
In this post, we review what the Twins had to do to achieve this.
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