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Thursday, June 14, 2007

Spanish animals

The following 21 words relate to some commonly known animals (animales comunes). Just read through them one word at a time. Read the Spanish word first and then the meaning. Then read and understand the visualization given next to it. Notice the syllables/words/phrases that appear in bold. Try to relate the visual image to the word and its meaning. Now, close your eyes and just imagine the visual imagination you just read and repeat it to yourself for 10-15 seconds. Now, open your eyes. Before you realize it, you have already learnt the word forever! Try it here:

el elefante elephant – Wow! Both sound so similar!

el león lion – Similar again!

el hipopótamo hippopotamus – Another similar one!

el rinoceronte rhinoceros – Again, kinda similar.

el cuerno antler – A moose’s antlers have irregular curves and no hair.

la trompa trunk – An elephant uses his trunk to trumpet.

el colmillo tusk – An elephant’s tusks are the color of milk and slightly curved.

el tigre tiger – Similar sounding.

el alce moose – A big, poor moose having an ulcer in its mouth.

el oso bear – This little teddy is, oh, so sweet!

la llama llama – Need a trick to remember this one?

la cebra zebra – Similar pronunciation.

el bisonte bison – A bison having tea!

el caballo horse – A Californian mustang playing with a soccer ball.

el burro donkey – Imagine a little donkey living in a burrow!

la oveja sheep – Being an all-veggie animal, a sheep eats no flesh.

el venado deer – Deer flesh is called venison, which comes from venado.

el chivo goat – A chivalrous goat who bravely fought with a lion to save its life.

la jirafa giraffe – A giraffe laughing at your height, “Ha, ha, ha!”

el cerdo hog – The rich king has several servants, dogs, and pigs.

la vaca cow – Some longhorn cows grazing in the Scottish mead on a vacation.

Now, come back after a few hours and see how many words you still remember. Chances are, all of them! All you need to always do is to relate the word to its visual picture and that's it! Happy learning...

Did visualization help you improve your vocabulary on animals? If yes, then you might want to try working on some daily-life words related to your kitchen and your bathroom! Happy learning!!

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