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  • Learn a language in 7 days ROBERT BRUNET robert.brunet@urv.cat IQ responsible of AEGEE’s got Talent Universitat Rovira I Virgili, TarragonaRobert Brunet Page 1 of 90
  • 1.General Information Earth2. Lear a language is so easy3. Methodology SRCI to learn new languages4. How to memorize all the words5. Tables to memorize6. Recommendations tables to memorize7. Seven days of workRobert Brunet Page 2 of 90
  • 1. General Information EarthRobert Brunet Page 3 of 90
  • Our world 6.849.507.003 people 194 Countries 6.912 Languages 121 Language FamiliesRobert Brunet Page 4 of 90
  • Most speaked languages Language Family Native 1 Mandarin Sino-Tibetan, Chinese 845 million 2 Spanish Indo-European, Romance 329 million 3 English Indo-European, Germanic 328 million 4 Hindi-Urdu Indo-European, Indic 240 million 5 Arabic Afro-Asiatic, Semitic 232 million 6 Bengali Indo-European, Indic 181 million 7 Poruguese Indo-European, Romance 178 million 8 Russian Indo-European, Slavic 144 million 9 Japanese Japonic 122 million 10 Punjabi Indo-European, Indic 109 millionRobert Brunet Page 5 of 90
  • Most speaked language families Familiy Continent Count 1 Mandarin Africa 1532 2 Spanish Asia/Australasia 1257 3 English Australasi 447 4 Hindi-Urdu Asia 449 5 Arabic Europe/Asia 439 6 Bengali Africa/Asia 374Robert Brunet Page 6 of 90
  • 2. Learn a language is so easyRobert Brunet Page 7 of 90
  • What is common ?Hirsohima (Japan) Iquitos (Peru)Philadelphia (United States) Tarragona (Spain)Robert Brunet Page 8 of 90
  • Everybody speaks a language· Doesn’t matter the country that you visit in all of them thenatives, speak the language perfectly.· But not all of them write correclty.· Why ?· Because is easier to speak than to write.Therefore: Is it difficult to speak a language?-Not at all, if all the native can do it why you cannot?- A lot of people thinks that we learnt our language becausewe were kids at the time. But it is easy to learn a languagewhen you are an adult rather than when you are a kid.Robert Brunet Page 9 of 90
  • Reasons to learn a languageRobert Brunet Page 10 of 90
  • Why kids learn a language?2.Obligation4.Necessity6.Repetition8.Constancy10.BoringRobert Brunet Page 11 of 90
  • Differences I want & I have toRobert Brunet Page 12 of 90
  • Some difficulties to learn language2.Vocabulary8.Pronunciation13.GrammarRobert Brunet Page 13 of 90
  • Vocabulary · The vocabulary is the most important. · Pronunciation and grammar doesn’t matter if you don’t have vocabulary.Robert Brunet Page 14 of 90
  • Pronunciation · When you speak it’s not just important that you know the word. It is also important that the other understand what you are trying to say. · Bad pronunciation can cause problems of misunderstanding.Robert Brunet Page 15 of 90
  • Grammar· Grammar is the set of structural rules that govern thecomposition of clauses, phrases, and words in anygiven natural language.Robert Brunet Page 16 of 90
  • 3. Methodology SRCI to learn newlanguagesRobert Brunet Page 17 of 90
  • System SRCI (Vocabulary)· SRCI (Sistema Ramón Campayo de Idiomas)3. Learn the basic vocabulary 600 words, but they have to be good chosen.Robert Brunet Page 18 of 90
  • Material Recquired· Dictionary with pronunciation in every word· Traduction Agenda· Electronic dictionary· Recorder/ Video CameraRobert Brunet Page 19 of 90
  • This is how you will speakRobert Brunet Page 20 of 90
  • 4. How to memorize all the wordsRobert Brunet Page 21 of 90
  • Asociaciones Inverosimiles• The method to memorize easly is the inverosimil association, because our memory works with association of images and ideas.• Any word that you don’t know in a language is a pure date.• I cannot dudece the nubmer of habitants, or the geographical position or the color of the flag, non historic data, because all of them are pure date.• All the words are pure data, therefore we have to use our imagination to find links among these new words.Robert Brunet Page 22 of 90
  • Exercices Pure Data• Association of visuable words• Association of non-visuable wordsRobert Brunet Page 23 of 90
  • 5. Tables to memorizeRobert Brunet Page 24 of 90
  • Adquire vocabulary• There is no relation between “arbol” and “tree”• There are also similar words easy to memorize• The students use repetition to memorize but this is not the best wayRobert Brunet Page 25 of 90
  • Tables• Divide in different grous a total of 850 words• We have to learn less that 600, which will be our basic vocabulary. Idioma Pronunciación Idioma Asociación Inverosímil extranjero Natal xxxxxxx xxxxxxx xxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxx xxxxxxx xxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxx xxxxxxx xxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Greet grit Saludar Es bueno saludar a gritos (te oye más gente).Robert Brunet Page 26 of 90
  • 1. Greet (SALUDAR) Greet «grit» SALUDAR Es bueno saludar a gritos (te oye más gente) xxxxxxx xxxxxxx HOLA xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxx xxxxxxx BUENOS DÍAS xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxx xxxxxxx BUENAS TARDES xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxx xxxxxxx BUENAS xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx NOCHES xxxxxxx xxxxxxx HASTA PRONTO xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxx xxxxxxx ADIÓS xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxRobert Brunet Page 27 of 90
  • V 2. Be / 3. Feelings SER ESTAR TENER HABER QUERER DESEAR AMAR AYUDAR INTENTAR PEDIR NECESITA RRobert Brunet Page 28 of 90
  • V 4.Life / 5.Senses VIVIR NACER CRECER MORIR DOLER CURAR VER MIRAR OÍR ESCUCHAR GUSTAR TOCAR OLERRobert Brunet Page 29 of 90
  • V 6.Communicate / 7.Do HABLAR DECIR LEER ESCRIBIR BORRAR FIRMAR PODER HACER TRABAJAR CONSTRUI R ELIMINAR LLENARRobert Brunet Page 30 of 90
  • V 8.Thinkings / 9.Studying PENSAR IMAGINAR CREER SABER CONOCER OLVIDAR ESTUDIAR ATENDER COMPRENDE R MEMORIZAR ENSEÑAR APRENDERRobert Brunet Page 31 of 90
  • V 10.Move(I) / 11.Move(II) IR LLEGAR VOLVER VENIR ENTRAR SALIR ANDAR CORRER SALTAR BAILAR PARAR ESPERARRobert Brunet Page 32 of 90
  • V 12.Move (III) / 13.Relax VIAJAR SUBIR BAJAR CONDUCIR VOLAR NADAR DESCANSA R DORMIR DESPERTAR VESTIR LIMPIARRobert Brunet Page 33 of 90
  • V 14.Eat / 15.Buy / 16.Take COMER BEBER COMPRAR ALQUILA R PERDER BUSCAR COGER UTILIZA R TIRAR ENVIARRobert Brunet Page 34 of 90
  • S 17.Documents / 18. Directions DOCUMENTACIÓN PASSAPORTE POLICIA EQUIPAJE MALETA PORTATIL ENTRADA SALIDA DERECHA IZQUIERDARobert Brunet Page 35 of 90
  • S 19.Stations / 20.Transport AEROPUERTO PUERTO ESTACION TREN ESTACION BUS ESTACION METRO AVION BARCO TREN BUS METRO TAXI COCHE MOTO BICICLETARobert Brunet Page 36 of 90
  • S 21.Places / 22.Furniture HOTEL HABITACIÓN NÚMERO LLAVE ASCENSOR ESCALERAS SALÓN SOFÁ SILLA MESA TELÉFONO TELEVISIÓN RADIO LÁMPARA BALCÓNRobert Brunet Page 37 of 90
  • S 23.House DORMITORIO CAMA BAÑO DUCHA TOALLA COCINA FRIGORÍFICO PLATO VASO TAZA CUCHARA TENEDOR CUCHILLO SERVILLETARobert Brunet Page 38 of 90
  • S 24.Country / 25.Shops PAÍS IDIOMA CIUDAD PUEBLO CASA PARQUE TIENDA EMPRESA SUPERMERCAD O RESTAURANTE CAFETERÍARobert Brunet Page 39 of 90
  • S 25.Money / 26.School PRECIO REGALO GRATIS BANCO DINERO BITLLETE MONEDA ESCUELA ACADEMIA INSTITUTO UNIVERSIDA DRobert Brunet Page 40 of 90
  • S 27.Food(I) PAN PASTA SOPA PATATAS ARROZ VERDURA ENSALADA SALSA HUEVOS CARNE POLLO PESCADO POSTRE FRUTARobert Brunet Page 41 of 90
  • S 28. Food (II) NARANJA PLÁTANO MANZANA YOGUR PASTEL HELADO CAFÉ TÉ LECHE AZÚCAR AGUA VINO CERVEZA ALCOHOLRobert Brunet Page 42 of 90
  • S 29.Nature / 30.Paper MAR PLAYA RÍO MONTAÑA BOSQUE ÁRBOL DEPORTE PAPEL CARTA FOLIO PERIÓDICO REVISTA BOLÍRobert Brunet Page 43 of 90
  • S 31.People HOMBRE MUJER ESPOSO ESPOSA AMIGO PADRE MADRE HIJO HIJA HERMANO HERMANARobert Brunet Page 44 of 90
  • S 32.Jobs TRABAJO ESTUDIANTE PROFESOR ENFERMERA PRESIDENTE DIRECTOR CAMARERO SECRETARI O TURISTA INGENIERORobert Brunet Page 45 of 90
  • S 33.Idea / 34.Name IDEA VERDAD POLÍTICA RELIGIÓN NOMBRE APELLIDO PERSONA GENTERobert Brunet Page 46 of 90
  • S 35.Clothes ROPA JERSEY CAMISETA PANTALONE S UNDERWEAR ZAPATOS GAFAS BAÑADORRobert Brunet Page 47 of 90
  • S 36.Material / 37.Time MATERIAL PLASTIC CARTON METAL MADERA TIEMPO HISTORIA FECHA EDAD AÑO DÍA HORA MINUTO SEGUNDORobert Brunet Page 48 of 90
  • S 38.Day / 39.Week HOY AYER MAÑANA TARDE NOCHE SEMANA LUNES MARTES MIERCOLES JUEVES VIERNES SABADO DOMINGORobert Brunet Page 49 of 90
  • S 40.Month MES ENERO FEBRERO MARZO ABRIL MAYO JUNIO JULIO AGOSTO SEPTIEMBRE OCTUBRE NOVIEMBRE DICIEMBRERobert Brunet Page 50 of 90
  • S 41.Weather / 42.Parties TIEMPO VERANO SOL CALOR INVIERNO NAVIDAD NIEVE PRIMAVERA OTOÑO LLOVER FIESTAS VACACIONE S VIAJERobert Brunet Page 51 of 90
  • S 43.Body CUERPO CABEZA CARA OJO NARIZ BOCA PECHO ESPALDA CORAZÓN BRAZO MANO PIERNA RODILARobert Brunet Page 52 of 90
  • S 44.Animals ANIMAL PERRO GATO CABALLO VACA CERDO VACARobert Brunet Page 53 of 90
  • S 45.Adjetives ADJETIVOS BUENO MALO REGULAR MEJOR PEOR MAYOR MENOR GRANDE PEQUEÑO BONITO GUAPO SUCIORobert Brunet Page 54 of 90
  • S 45.Adjectives FRÍO BARATO CARO LLENO VACÍO LISTO TONTO INTELIGENTE ESTÚPIDO CAPAZ SEGURO INTERESANT E FÁCIL DIFÍCILRobert Brunet Page 55 of 90
  • S 45.Adjectives JOVEN VIEJO ALTO BAJO FUERTE FLOJO ENFERMO SANO DELGADO GORDO AGRADABLE SIMPÁTICO GRACIOSORobert Brunet Page 56 of 90
  • S 45.Adjectives EDUCADO TRISTE FELIZ CANSADO COLOR BLANCO NEGRO AZUL ROJO VERDE AMARILLORobert Brunet Page 57 of 90
  • 46.Adverbios SÍ SIEMPRE TAMBIÉN CLARO EXACTO CIERTORobert Brunet Page 58 of 90
  • 46.Adverbios NO NUNCA TAMPOCO FALSORobert Brunet Page 59 of 90
  • 46.Adverbios BIEN MAL REGULAR ASÍ COMORobert Brunet Page 60 of 90
  • 46.Adverbios QUIZÁ DEPNDE A VECESRobert Brunet Page 61 of 90
  • 46.Adverbios MUY MUCHO POCO BASTANTE TODO NADA CASI MÁS MENOS SOLO AHORA ANTES DESPUÉS SIGUIENTE MIENTRASRobert Brunet Page 62 of 90
  • 46.Adverbios AQUÍ AHÍ ALLÍ ENFRENTE JUNTO A DELANTE DETRÁS CERCA LEJOS DENTRO FUERA ENCIMA DEBAJO RÁPIDO LENTORobert Brunet Page 63 of 90
  • 46.Adverbios SALUDAR HOLA BUENOS DÍAS BUENAS TARDES BUENAS NOCHES HASTA PRONTO ADIÓSRobert Brunet Page 64 of 90
  • 47.Palabras Interrogativas ¿Qué? ¿Quién? ¿Cuál? ¿Por qué? ¿Cómo? ¿Cuándo? ¿Dónde? ¿Cuánto?Robert Brunet Page 65 of 90
  • 48.Posesive pronouns Yo Tú Él Nosotros Vosotros Ellos Mi Tú Su Nuestro Vuestro SusRobert Brunet Page 66 of 90
  • 48.Demostrative pronouns Este Esta Esto Ese Esa Eso Aquel Aquella AquelloRobert Brunet Page 67 of 90
  • 49.Artículos El La UnRobert Brunet Page 68 of 90
  • 50.Números Uno Dos Tres Cuatro Cinco Seis Siete Ocho Nueve CeroRobert Brunet Page 69 of 90
  • 51.Conjugaciones esenciales Ser Yo soy Tú eres Usted es Él esRobert Brunet Page 70 of 90
  • 51.Conjugaciones esenciales Estar Yo estoy Tú estás Usted está Él estáRobert Brunet Page 71 of 90
  • 51.Conjugaciones esenciales Haber Yo he Tú has Usted ha Él haRobert Brunet Page 72 of 90
  • 51.Conjugaciones esenciales Tener Yo tengo Tú tienes Usted tiene Él tieneRobert Brunet Page 73 of 90
  • 51.Conjugaciones esenciales Querer Yo quiero Tú quieres Usted quiere Él quiereRobert Brunet Page 74 of 90
  • 51.Conjugaciones esenciales Desear Yo deseo Tú deseas Usted desea Él deseaRobert Brunet Page 75 of 90
  • 51.Conjugaciones esenciales Poder Yo puedo Tú puedes Usted puede Él puedeRobert Brunet Page 76 of 90
  • 51.Conjugaciones esenciales Ir Yo voy Tú vas Usted va Él vaRobert Brunet Page 77 of 90
  • 6. Recommendations tables tomemorizeRobert Brunet Page 78 of 90
  • How can I separate per groups· Verbs· Substantives· Adjectives· Adverbs· Regards· Courtesy· Interrogative words· Personal pronouns· Posesive pronouns· Demostrative pronouns· Articles· Prepositions and conjugations· Numbers· Esencial conjugationsRobert Brunet Page 79 of 90
  • 7. Seven days of workRobert Brunet Page 80 of 90
  • 1st Day· We will focus to study the vocabulary.• Make the vocabulary list in your mother languge• Translate in the foreing language• Write the pronunciation• Find the inverosimil association between both words.· Once you complete the list, you have to start to study. It is interesting that you recorded your voice.Robert Brunet Page 81 of 90
  • 2nd Day· Repite the same work as the previous day.· At the end of the 2nd day you should know all the translations.Robert Brunet Page 82 of 90
  • 3rd Day· Record all the pronunciation and start to practise conversations with yourself.Robert Brunet Page 83 of 90
  • 4th Day· Record all the pronunciation and start to practise conversations with yourself.Robert Brunet Page 84 of 90
  • 5th Day· Compose sentences.Robert Brunet Page 85 of 90
  • 6th Day· Practise virtual conversations.Robert Brunet Page 86 of 90
  • 7th Day· Review everything.Robert Brunet Page 87 of 90
  • 8. After the 7 daysRobert Brunet Page 88 of 90
  • After the 7 days• Travel to the country that you were studying the language to practise.• Do other courses of the same language.• See movies with subtitles.• Read books in this language.• Use translators with good pronunciation.• Use a communication guide.• Watch and listen TV and radio in that language.• Take particular classes.• Go to academia.Robert Brunet Page 89 of 90
  • Thanks for your attention! Learn a language in 7 days ROBERT BRUNET IQ responsible of AEGEE’s got Talent Universitat Rovira I Virgili, TarragonaRobert Brunet Page 90 of 90