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Published on Apr 27, 2012

Learn Spanish words and sentences with KLOO Games http://kloogame.com

KLOO is the award winning card game that teaches you Spanish words as you play. In this video we show how you quickly learn Spanish words to build your vocabulary and make Spanish sentences and phrases. KLOO Language Games are an ideal way to learn Spanish. Ideal as part of Spanish lessons or just for fun at home with the family of as Spanish games for kids. KLOO is the fun way to learn how to speak Spanish.

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00:18 How to learn Spanish words with KLOO
00:29 What if you don't know the meaning of French words
00:43 Find Spanish translations at the bottom of other cards
01:02 How to lay out the KLOO cards after playing
01:11 All Spanish words are translated
01:20 Using Discovery Learning to learn Spanish vocabulary
01:32 Locking words in the long term memory
01:39 Replicating how we learned our first language


How to learn Spanish words with KLOO. In many KLOO games, you get points for how many cards there are in your sentence, and also for how many Spanish words you know. But what if you don't know all the words?

Imagine if you cannot translate "una bebida" and "yo elijo". For every word you don't know, you'll be able to find the answer on the bottom of another card.

Here we can see that "yo elijo" means, "I choose." But we're not so lucky with "una bebida". In the game Classic KLOO, all the cards you have played go face up on the table, and any untranslated cards are kept separate. In KLOO, all the foreign words will be translated in the end. Just keep playing, you'll be amazed at how fast you learn.

KLOO uses Discovery Learning to teach you new words. You discover the word you want to know, and then you place the word in the sentence. Linguists have shown that this is an essential part of locking the word in the long term memory. These two underlying principles mean you'll learn Spanish much faster, because it replicates how we learned our first language. You'll have much more fun, too.


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