Verbarrator 3.0 
 The Easiest, Most Entertaining And Effective Way To Master Conjugating Spanish Verbs 

Master Conjugating Spanish Verbs & Skyrocket Your Ability To 
Speak Conversational Spanish With Complete Confidence?
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Verbarrator 3.0 
 The Easiest, Most Entertaining And Effective Way To Master Conjugating Spanish Verbs 

Master Conjugating Spanish Verbs & Skyrocket Your Ability To 
Speak Conversational Spanish With Complete Confidence?
CLICK THE PLAY BUTTON BELOW TO FIND OUT MORE
My story begins in 2005
From the desk of Patrick Jackson
Medellín, Colombia

 Hola amigo/amiga: 

It was my first trip to Colombia. Cali, Colombia to be exact. I was no newbie to learning Spanish. I took pride in knowing that on my own I had learned hundreds and hundreds of Spanish words.

When the Colombian owner of the hostel, asked me in English “Where do you live (in the U.S.A.)?” I arrogantly interrupted her before she could complete her question and said Español, por favor (Spanish, please).

Being not just confident but cocky about my Spanish, I easily conjugated the Spanish verb vivir (to live) in the present tense in the “first person” and responded Vivo en Nueva York (I live in New York).

She could hear the boldness in my voice as I effortlessly conjugated the verb “vivir” in the present tense in the “third person” and asked, ¿Dónde vives tú? (Where do you live?)
Perhaps sensing it was time to teach this cocky foreigner a Spanish lesson she reeled me in by asking in Spanish , ¿Dónde vives en Nueva York? (Where do you live in New York?).

I took the bait immediately and correctly responded, Viví en Brooklyn y Queens y ahora vivo en The Bronx (I lived in Brooklyn and Queens and now live in The Bronx). Without hesitation, I made the mistake of proudly asking ¿Algo más? (Anything else?)

And that’s when she moved in for the kill! Using the Spanish verb vivir she bombarded me with questions such as:
  • ¿Dónde has vivido? (Where have you lived?)
  • ¿Dónde estás viviendo? (Where are you living?)
  • ​​¿Dónde vivías antes? (Where did you used to live before?)
  • ​​¿Dónde vivirías? (Where would you live?)
  • ​​¿Dónde habrías vivido? (Where would you have lived?)
  • ​​¿Dónde vas a vivir? (Where are you going to live?)
  • ​​¿Dónde vivirás? (Where will you live?)
  • ​​¿Dónde habrás vivido? (Where will you have lived?)
  • ​​¿Dónde tu familia quiere que vivas? (Where does your family want you to live?”)
My Spanish came to a screeching halt . . .  
And so did my confidence.
Sure, I had mastered conjugating Spanish verbs in the present tense and even the simple past tense (preterit). But when it came time to having a conversation with a native Spanish speaker about any other verb tense, I was a sitting duck:

With my tail between my legs and my confidence completely shattered, I retreated to my room. Never to speak another word of Spanish to the hostel owner during my first trip to Colombia.
My story begins in 2005
From the desk of Patrick Jackson
Medellín, Colombia

 Hola amigo/amiga: 

It was my first trip to Colombia. Cali, Colombia to be exact. I was no newbie to learning Spanish. I took pride in knowing that on my own I had learned hundreds and hundreds of Spanish words.

When the Colombian owner of the hostel, asked me in English “Where do you live (in the U.S.A.)?” I arrogantly interrupted her before she could complete her question and said Español, por favor (Spanish, please).

Being not just confident but cocky about my Spanish, I easily conjugated the Spanish verb vivir (to live) in the present tense in the “first person” and responded Vivo en Nueva York (I live in New York).

She could hear the boldness in my voice as I effortlessly conjugated the verb “vivir” in the present tense in the “third person” and asked, ¿Dónde vives tú? (Where do you live?)
Perhaps sensing it was time to teach this cocky foreigner a Spanish lesson she reeled me in by asking in Spanish , ¿Dónde vives en Nueva York? (Where do you live in New York?).

I took the bait immediately and correctly responded, Viví en Brooklyn y Queens y ahora vivo en The Bronx (I lived in Brooklyn and Queens and now live in The Bronx). Without hesitation, I made the mistake of proudly asking ¿Algo más? (Anything else?)

And that’s when she moved in for the kill! Using the Spanish verb vivir she bombarded me with questions such as:
  • ¿Dónde has vivido? (Where have you lived?)
  • ¿Dónde estás viviendo? (Where are you living?)
  • ​​¿Dónde vivías antes? (Where did you used to live before?)
  • ​​¿Dónde vivirías? (Where would you live?)
  • ​​¿Dónde habrías vivido? (Where would you have lived?)
  • ​​¿Dónde vas a vivir? (Where are you going to live?)
  • ​​¿Dónde vivirás? (Where will you live?)
  • ​​¿Dónde habrás vivido? (Where will you have lived?)
  • ​​¿Dónde tu familia quiere que vivas? (Where does your family want you to live?”)
My Spanish came to a screeching halt . . .  
And so did my confidence.
Sure, I had mastered conjugating Spanish verbs in the present tense and even the simple past tense (preterit). But when it came time to having a conversation with a native Spanish speaker about any other verb tense, I was a sitting duck:

With my tail between my legs and my confidence completely shattered, I retreated to my room. Never to speak another word of Spanish to the hostel owner during my first trip to Colombia.

My Rude Awakening

My Rude Awakening

Thankfully, some good came from this embarrassing experience. I realized, unless I learned to master conjugating Spanish verbs in all the tenses and categories, I’d never be able to confidently have a Spanish conversation with a native speaker. And I’d certainly never become fully conversational in Spanish without Spanish verb mastery.
When I returned from my trip to Cali, Colombia, I spent the next couple of years fanatically reading Spanish verb conjugation charts, studying Spanish verb books and paying Spanish instructors to drill me with Spanish verb conjugation exercises. I even made my own flash cards – using index cards – to create my own Spanish verb conjugation drills.
Eventually, I mastered conjugating Spanish verbs in all the tenses. By the time I moved to Barranquilla, Colombia in 2007, and then Medellin, Colombia in 2008, I was so good at conjugating Spanish verbs that I could easily detect when a native Spanish speaker made a Spanish-verb-conjugation error.

Believe it or not . .


 The most daunting obstacle standing in the way of your mastery of the Spanish language is not learning Spanish vocabulary. When it comes to learning to speak conversational Spanish, the greatest hurdle you’ll have to overcome is knowing how to conjugate Spanish verbs. Without it, you’ll never speak Spanish with complete confidence – let alone be able to speak Spanish fluently.
 I’m not suggesting if you fail to master conjugating Spanish verbs, a native Spanish speaker is going to be as brutal with your Spanish as the hostel owner was during my first trip to Colombia. What I’m saying is that if you do not become proficient at conjugating Spanish verbs, you’ll never become fully conversational in Spanish - and certainly not fluent. 
 Fortunately, you don’t have to spend the next couple of years fanatically reading Spanish verb conjugation charts, studying Spanish verb books and paying Spanish instructors hundreds and even thousands of dollars to drill you with Spanish verb conjugation exercises.
There’s an easier way . . .
Thankfully, some good came from this embarrassing experience. I realized, unless I learned to master conjugating Spanish verbs in all the tenses and categories, I’d never be able to confidently have a Spanish conversation with a native speaker. And I’d certainly never become fully conversational in Spanish without Spanish verb mastery.
When I returned from my trip to Cali, Colombia, I spent the next couple of years fanatically reading Spanish verb conjugation charts, studying Spanish verb books and paying Spanish instructors to drill me with Spanish verb conjugation exercises. I even made my own flash cards – using index cards – to create my own Spanish verb conjugation drills.
Eventually, I mastered conjugating Spanish verbs in all the tenses. By the time I moved to Barranquilla, Colombia in 2007, and then Medellin, Colombia in 2008, I was so good at conjugating Spanish verbs that I could easily detect when a native Spanish speaker made a Spanish-verb-conjugation error.

Believe it or not . . .


 The most daunting obstacle standing in the way of your mastery of the Spanish language is not learning Spanish vocabulary. When it comes to learning to speak conversational Spanish, the greatest hurdle you’ll have to overcome is knowing how to conjugate Spanish verbs. Without it, you’ll never speak Spanish with complete confidence – let alone be able to speak Spanish fluently.
 I’m not suggesting if you fail to master conjugating Spanish verbs, a native Spanish speaker is going to be as brutal with your Spanish as the hostel owner was during my first trip to Colombia. What I’m saying is that if you do not become proficient at conjugating Spanish verbs, you’ll never become fully conversational in Spanish - and certainly not fluent. 
 Fortunately, you don’t have to spend the next couple of years fanatically reading Spanish verb conjugation charts, studying Spanish verb books and paying Spanish instructors hundreds and even thousands of dollars to drill you with Spanish verb conjugation exercises.
There’s an easier way . . .

Grab Full Access To Verbarrator Today…

The Verbarrator is a fun and engaging software that will empower you to master conjugating Spanish verbs and speak Spanish with pure confidence. With the Verbarrator, you don’t have to pay Spanish instructors hundreds and even thousands of dollars to drill you with Spanish verb conjugation exercises. That’s because the Verbarrator is jam-packed with countless drills to help you master conjugating Spanish verbs.

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Grab Full Access To Verbarrator Today…

The Verbarrator is a fun and engaging software that will empower you to master conjugating Spanish verbs and speak Spanish with pure confidence. With the Verbarrator, you don’t have to pay Spanish instructors hundreds and even thousands of dollars to drill you with Spanish verb conjugation exercises. That’s because the Verbarrator is jam-packed with countless drills to help you master conjugating Spanish verbs.

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The Verbarrator and its umpteen number of drills will enable you to become proficient at conjugating over 500 SPANISH VERBS and over 20 DIFFERENT TENSES or categories. Including:

The Verbarrator and its umpteen number of drills will enable you to become proficient at conjugating over 500 SPANISH VERBS and over 20 DIFFERENT TENSES or categories. Including:

  • infinitive
  • ​present
  • ​imperfect
  • ​preterit
  • ​future
  • ​conditional present
  • ​present perfect
  • ​past perfect
  • ​preterit perfect
  • ​future perfect
  • ​conditional perfect
  • ​imperative
  • ​present progressive
  • ​past participle
  • ​past continuous
  • ​subjunctive present
  • ​subjunctive imperfect
  • ​subjunctive perfect
  • ​subjunctive past perfect 
  • ​and more

The Verbarrator will also teach you how to conjugate Spanish verbs in all the different “persons” of grammar:

  • first-person singular - I
  • ​first-person plural - we
  • ​second-person singular - you (including Spanish formal "usted" and informal "")
  • ​third-person singular - he, she, one or it
  • ​second-person plural formal (ustedes) and informal (vosotros)
  • ​third-person plural - they (including “ellos” and “ellas
And all of the Spanish speakers in the Verbarrator are native Spanish speakers to make sure you develop correct pronunciation and an authentic Latin American Spanish accent while enhancing your listening comprehension of the Spanish language.

The Verbarrator is such a fun and interactive piece of software you’ll find yourself addicted to playing with it. But what you’ll like most about the Verbarrator is that it allows you to master conjugating Spanish verbs. Which means you’ll speak Spanish with greater confidence and achieve your goal of speaking Spanish fluently.
  • infinitive
  • ​present
  • ​imperfect
  • ​preterit
  • ​future
  • ​conditional present
  • ​present perfect
  • ​past perfect
  • ​preterit perfect
  • ​future perfect
  • ​conditional perfect
  • ​imperative
  • ​present progressive
  • ​past participle
  • ​past continuous
  • ​subjunctive present
  • ​subjunctive imperfect
  • ​subjunctive perfect
  • ​subjunctive past perfect 
  • ​and more

The Verbarrator will also teach you how to conjugate Spanish verbs in all the different “persons” of grammar:

  • first-person singular - I
  • ​first-person plural - we
  • ​second-person singular - you (including Spanish formal "usted" and informal "")
  • ​third-person singular - he, she, one or it
  • ​second-person plural formal (ustedes) and informal (vosotros)
  • ​third-person plural - they (including “ellos” and “ellas
And all of the Spanish speakers in the Verbarrator are native Spanish speakers to make sure you develop correct pronunciation and an authentic Latin American Spanish accent while enhancing your listening comprehension of the Spanish language.

The Verbarrator is such a fun and interactive piece of software you’ll find yourself addicted to playing with it. But what you’ll like most about the Verbarrator is that it allows you to master conjugating Spanish verbs. Which means you’ll speak Spanish with greater confidence and achieve your goal of speaking Spanish fluently.

Why Should You Listen To Me?

I’ve dedicated the better part of my adult life teaching others how to learn Spanish. My first learning-Spanish product (Learning Spanish Like Crazy Level 1) which I created in 2004 is still one of the top-selling learning-Spanish products ever! I’ve also created the following learning-Spanish products:
Learning Spanish Like Crazy Level 2
Learning Spanish Like Crazy Level 3
​Volcano Spanish
​New Millennial Spanish
​Fast Lane Beginner Spanish
Learn Spanish - From Super Kids

But You Don’t Have To Listen To Me!

Of course, you don’t have to listen to me when I tell you the Verbarrator is the most entertaining, engaging and effective way to learn how to conjugate Spanish verbs.

If you prefer, you can pack your bags and move to a Spanish speaking country (if you’re not already living in one). And then spend the next couple of years fanatically reading Spanish verb conjugation charts, studying Spanish verb books and paying Spanish instructors hundreds and even thousands of dollars to drill you with Spanish verb conjugation exercises.

Why Should You Listen To Me?

I’ve dedicated the better part of my adult life teaching others how to learn Spanish. My first learning-Spanish product (Learning Spanish Like Crazy Level 1) which I created in 2004 is still one of the top-selling learning-Spanish products ever! I’ve also created the following learning-Spanish products:
Learning Spanish Like Crazy Level 2
Learning Spanish Like Crazy Level 3
​Volcano Spanish
​New Millennial Spanish
​Fast Lane Beginner Spanish
Learn Spanish - From Super Kids

But You Don’t Have To Listen To Me!

Of course, you don’t have to listen to me when I tell you the Verbarrator is the most entertaining, engaging and effective way to learn how to conjugate Spanish verbs.

If you prefer, you can pack your bags and move to a Spanish speaking country (if you’re not already living in one). And then spend the next couple of years fanatically reading Spanish verb conjugation charts, studying Spanish verb books and paying Spanish instructors hundreds and even thousands of dollars to drill you with Spanish verb conjugation exercises.

What Our Customers Had To Say About
The Original Version Of The Verbarrator
(Verbarrator 1.0) Released In 2009 

“With the Verbarrator my listening and speaking comprehension in Spanish has improved remarkably”

- Michael
Montana

“I’m a Spanish major. And the Verbarrator has really helped my Spanish verb conjugation skills”

- Betty
Ocala, Florida

“If you use the Verbarrator you will learn all the different verbs in all the different tenses”

- Klia
Netherlands

“Verbarrator is one of the tools I’ve added to my learning-Spanish toolbox. And I’m very pleased and impressed with it.”

- Peter (Madman Pierre)
Alberta, Canada

“In about a month, I’ve learned how to conjugate at least a dozen verbs. Learning to conjugate new verbs is easier. And it gives me more confidence”

- John

“Spanish dictionaries don’t contain the conjugations. The Verbarrator has made a difference in my ability to speak Spanish because I can quickly find the verb conjugations I need.”

- Jim Christi

What Our Customers Had To Say About
The Original Version Of The Verbarrator
(Verbarrator 1.0) Released In 2009 

“With the Verbarrator my listening and speaking comprehension in Spanish has improved remarkably”

- Michael
Montana

“I’m a Spanish major. And the Verbarrator has really helped my Spanish verb conjugation skills”

- Betty
Ocala, Florida

“If you use the Verbarrator you will learn all the different verbs in all the different tenses”

- Klia
Netherlands

“Verbarrator is one of the tools I’ve added to my learning-Spanish toolbox. And I’m very pleased and impressed with it.”

- Peter (Madman Pierre)
Alberta, Canada

“In about a month, I’ve learned how to conjugate at least a dozen verbs. Learning to conjugate new verbs is easier. And it gives me more confidence”

- John

“Spanish dictionaries don’t contain the conjugations. The Verbarrator has made a difference in my ability to speak Spanish because I can quickly find the verb conjugations I need.”

- Jim Christi

Bonus 1

Fast Lane Beginner Spanish

  • Over 26 hours of authentic Latin American audio Spanish lessons
  • ​Core program has 56 audio Spanish lessons - each about 30 minutes long
  • ​Method can be used to learn Spanish in your car
  • ​PDF transcripts to all lessons
  • ​Only native Spanish-speakers so you develop an authentic Latin American Spanish accent

Bonus 1

21st Century Intermediate & Advanced Spanish Bundle Set

  • 2 different Spanish Programs with over 9 (NINE) hours of audio
  • ​Program #1: Consists of over 2,000 Spanish Words & Phrases for the 21st century
  • ​Program #2: Consists of 21 recorded Spanish conversations for the New Millennium, including conversations with modern vocabulary.
  • ​Downloadable PDF transcript to all lessons
  • ​Only native Spanish-speakers to make sure you develop an authentic Latin American Spanish accent

Bonus 1

Fast Lane Beginner Spanish

  • Over 26 hours of authentic Latin American audio Spanish lessons
  • ​Core program has 56 audio Spanish lessons - each about 30 minutes long
  • ​Method can be used to learn Spanish in your car
  • ​PDF transcripts to all lessons
  • ​Only native Spanish-speakers so you develop an authentic Latin American Spanish accent

Bonus 1

21st Century Intermediate & Advanced Spanish Bundle Set

  • 2 different Spanish Programs with over 9 (NINE) hours of audio
  • ​Program #1: Consists of over 2,000 Spanish Words & Phrases for the 21st century
  • ​Program #2: Consists of 21 recorded Spanish conversations for the New Millennium, including conversations with modern vocabulary.
  • ​Downloadable PDF transcript to all lessons
  • ​Only native Spanish-speakers to make sure you develop an authentic Latin American Spanish accent

100% FULL Money-Back Guarantee

I'm so confident the Verbarrator 3.0 will empower you to master conjugating Spanish verbs and enable you to speak conversational Spanish with pure confidence that I’m giving you the most secure guarantee imaginable.

Use the Verbarrator 3.0 for a full 30 days, play with the drills on your laptop, tablet or smartphone (or all three devices if you like), then go and have a conversation with some native Spanish-speakers.
If they’re not amazed at how well you skillfully conjugate Spanish verbs and how you confidently speak and understand conversational Spanish or if you’re not absolutely thrilled with your new ability to easily speak and comprehend conversational Spanish with confidence, I’ll refund your money in full, no questions asked!

Patrick “Patricio” Jackson

100% FULL Money-Back Guarantee

I'm so confident the Verbarrator 3.0 will empower you to master conjugating Spanish verbs and enable you to speak conversational Spanish with pure confidence that I’m giving you the most secure guarantee imaginable.

Use the Verbarrator 3.0 for a full 30 days, play with the drills on your laptop, tablet or smartphone (or all three devices if you like), then go and have a conversation with some native Spanish-speakers.
If they’re not amazed at how well you skillfully conjugate Spanish verbs and how you confidently speak and understand conversational Spanish or if you’re not absolutely thrilled with your new ability to easily speak and comprehend conversational Spanish with confidence, I’ll refund your money in full, no questions asked!

Patrick “Patricio” Jackson

Pero No Te Demores! (But Don't Delay!)

But you need to act now and get the Verbarrator 3.0 today. That’s because I’m only making this HALF-OFF offer for seven days to raise the money to fund the development of Verbarrator 4.0.

I'm also only throwing-in the two special bonus gifts (Fast Lane Beginner Spanish & 21st Century Intermediate & Advanced Spanish Bundle Set) for seven days or until I raise the money to fund the development of Verbarrator 4.0 (whichever comes first).

Y no te olvides (and don’t forget) . . .

When you can get the Verbarrator 3.0 today for 50% OFF, you’ll also get an instant upgrade to Verbarrator 4.0 when it’s released later this year. 

To master conjugating Spanish verbs and skyrocket your ability and confidence to speak conversational Spanish, click the [Add To Cart] button now!

Patrick “Patricio” Jackson
Medellín, Colombia

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ONLY $147

Pero No Te Demores! (But Don't Delay!)

But you need to act now and get the Verbarrator 3.0 today. That’s because I’m only making this HALF-OFF offer for seven days to raise the money to fund the development of Verbarrator 4.0.

I'm also only throwing-in the two special bonus gifts (Fast Lane Beginner Spanish & 21st Century Intermediate & Advanced Spanish Bundle Set) for seven days or until I raise the money to fund the development of Verbarrator 4.0 (whichever comes first).

Y no te olvides (and don’t forget) . . .

When you can get the Verbarrator 3.0 today for 50% OFF, you’ll also get an instant upgrade to Verbarrator 4.0 when it’s released later this year. 

To master conjugating Spanish verbs and skyrocket your ability and confidence to speak conversational Spanish, click the [Add To Cart] button now!

Patrick “Patricio” Jackson
Medellín, Colombia

Offer Ends In:

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ONLY $147

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