Below is my Spanish cheat sheet; it’s what I created in my personal Google documents during my time learning Spanish. I added everything I learned to this document for quick reference later. I added it how it made sense to me. I’m a visual learner, so this really helped me quickly reference what I needed when I needed it.
Before we get there, you can see for yourself my level of Spanish. Below is an embarrassing video I did in 2018 with my Airbnb host in Cartagena, Colombia.
A few years later, in 2022, I took a trip to El Salvador with a Colombian and did my first travel vlog in Spanish. My Spanish cheat sheet is the trick. That is, to break down the information you learn and organize it how it makes sense for you.
Here is my Spanish Cheat Sheet broken down by section.
I recommend the following two books to improve your Spanish along with the cheat sheet above. Read them in this order:
Three (in Spanish): Colombia: Una Historia Mínima
I write about my experience learning a language in a foreign country on my blog. I spent five months in Guatemala, in the capital, and in Antigua, known for a neutral accent, slow speakers, and tons of Spanish schools.
Did you enjoy my Spanish cheat sheet?