You may already know the Spanish word for tomorrow? It’s “mañana.” Literally mañana means tomorrow. But it’s often used in Hispanic culture is to simply mean “not today.”
You see, Hispanic culture values polite speaking much more than they value precise speaking. And telling you that something will never get done … well it just wouldn’t be polite.
When Do You Plan to Learn Spanish?
So will you start learning Spanish today or mañana? I know that you want to learn Spanish, but are you satisfied with what you have done about it?
You see, everything ever done in the history of the world, was done on a day called “today” in a moment called “now.”
Big projects, like learning Spanish, get started “today” and then continue on other days also called “today.”
Nothing ever gets done “mañana,” whether you live in a Hispanic culture or not.
Now Can Be Your Moment of Strength or Weakness
As human beings, we all have moments of strength and moments of weakness. In your moments of strength, you tell someone you love them, go jogging to stay fit, and you learn a foreign language.
In your moments of weakness you get mad at the people you love, watch TV on the couch, and eat a jelly doughnut.
Start Learning Spanish Now, Not Mañana
Make this your moment of strength. You’ve been surfing the web long enough looking for the perfect way to learn Spanish. Guess what? Perfect ways don’t exist. Only good ways exist.
If you’ve never studied Spanish with us before, you will be amazed how much you will learn in a short period of time.
You’ll learn Spanish quickly and you learn how to have wonderful interactions with Spanish speakers from the first day you start studying.
We’ll show you how to be disarming when you talk to native speakers of Spanish, so that your mistakes are no problem.
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