The Gringa Way Five Phases:
Phase 1 – Introduction to Basics
The Introduction Phase in The Gringa Way serves to introduce you to the language, as well as the most basic elements of the Spanish language. The idea is to start with very simple and basic concepts and relate them to the English language. This will provide you with an easier way to correlate the learning of Spanish to English
Phase 2 – Basics
The Basics Phase continues to build on from the Introduction Phase and introduces you to more basic elements of the language. This phase is important because you have already been exposed to the most elemental components of a language and now begin learning more concepts.
Phase 3 – Basics Intermediate
This phase is where you will start to advance a little more with your Spanish. It is where you should begin to be able to start using your retention of the basics to help you see the language more clearly.
Phase 4 – Intermediate
The Intermediate phase is where you really start getting further into the core of the language and start learning items that will advance your availability to be able to speak. This phase contains a lot of the “meat and potatoes” of the language and also contains some of the most confusing items for English speakers. This section will baffle you at first and even frustrate you but it is imperative that you learn the items in this phase backwards and forward.
Phase 5 – Advanced
This is the last phase and it really is the pinnacle of your Spanish language acquisition. Not only will you be exposed to one of the most important areas of the Spanish language but also one of the most difficult to learn, verbs. This is a very crucial phase as you will not only learn items that are needed in order to speak in a Spanish sentence but you will also learn how to form a sentence. You will be able to incorporate everything you have learned in Phases 1- 4 in this phase as well.