SOCKS Spanish Video Just Released on YouTube

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According to, if a person can spell S.O.C.K.S., then that person can speak Spanish


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According to a just-released YouTube video, if someone can spell what they're wearing on their feet, then they can speak Spanish.

SOCKS spelled out in English is Spanish for "That really is it," explains Mark Frobose, bestselling author of Power Spanish Accelerated.

The bestselling foreign language author and program creator says that language learning should never be complicated.

"Learning a language is as easy as ABC," he says.

To illustrate his point, Mark teaches Spanish with the alphabet in his numerous programs.

"SOS means 'That's it'; KS means 'What is it'; and 'KSSO' means 'What is that," he explains.

The video can be viewed by going to and subscribing to's channel.

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