In the picture below is a tiger sipping tea with a gray squirrel. The Spanish word for tiger is pronounced tea – gray. You can now see what tiger means in Spanish. “Tigre” is no longer an intangible word. It has its own identity. It has been changed from a nothing to a something from a tangible standpoint. As a result of this picture and its explanation, for the rest of your life, like it or not, every time you think of the word “tiger” this picture will automatically pop into your mind, and you will see and know that the word “tiger” is pronounced “tea – gray” in Spanish. There is no way you can stop it, because it happens automatically. You have now learned that tiger is pronounced “tea – gray” in Spanish in the same way you learned a dog, tree and butterfly; by seeing a tangible picture that was automatically registered in your mind. There are more than 800 of these vocabulary pictures in this CD-ROM. This is the fastest way in the world to learn the Spanish language.