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Discover what to learn,
how to learn it,
and in what order
with my
FREE Spanish Priority Plan
for Beginners

Eliminate the guesswork in learning Spanish

I see you—procrastinating because you’re feeling lost and don’t know where to start.

And you, too—with your 62-day Duolingo streak
(but you STILL can’t string together the sentences).

Let’s fix that!

The Spanish Priority Plan for Beginners

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Your Transformative Journey Starts Here

Step-by-step strategies for practicing the right things in the right order

Learn a process for creating language learning habits that fit into your life

Get insight into why previous methods, courses, and apps have failed you

Collect my favorite tips for cutting the fluff and building super-strong foundations

Put YOUR Spanish learning plan into action today with guided worksheets

Listen to secrets from someone who has also learned Spanish from the ground up—just like you

The Spanish Priority Plan for Beginners

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This bundle of resources is a perfect fit for you if…

You're new to Spanish and don't know where to start

You've tried other apps and courses before but didn't find success

You know some Spanish but want to strengthen your foundational skills

Here's your blueprint for creating a daily Spanish habit
that fits and flexes into your busy life.

Hola, I’m Dominique

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I help adults learn Spanish and see the world through a whole new lens.

Like you, I learned the language as an adult. And by doing so, I transformed not only my life but my identity.

Learning Spanish is hard, I'll be honest.

But it's also unimaginably rewarding. So, from one language learner to another—I want to share this experience with you.

I created this resource so you can start learning with intentional and encouraging tips that will make your path SO MUCH easier!

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—OTHER RESOURCES JUST LIST WHAT TO DO—

"This resource is different because there are spaces to write in. Other resources just list what to do. Writing it down gives more commitment to the learning plan. It's important to write down your goals and keep checking that you are on your way to achieving them. Main message: Have a plan"

Catherine
Nanaimo, Canada