A Guide To Learning Spanish

Learning a language is never easy. Even when you started learning your first language, it took years before you could finally speak fluently and master the language. Now if you try to learn another language, that again would take a lot of time and effort. Now in this article, we are going to talk about one specific language which is Spanish. We are going to give you some pieces of advice on how you could learn Spanish faster and easier.

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In an article by Steve, we are going to read about some tricks and tips for learning Spanish.

All the Tricks and Tips for Learning Spanish You Need

As I’ve said so many times, the big thing in language learning is motivation. I keep on repeating it because it’s not about talent, it’s not about classes or teachers or methods, it’s primarily about motivation. The amount of time you spend on the task and noticing–noticing what’s going on in the language. I think the good language learners have become better at noticing. They’ve become more aware, more alert to what’s happening in the language.

In my opinion, Spanish is one of the most attractive languages to learn. We can all be motivated to learn a specific language, like Mongolian or Finnish because we have a friend or a particular interest. Maybe we want to learn Korean to be able to watch Korean dramas or Japanese for amine or business, all kinds of reasons. Spanish is different: there are a number of real big advantages to learning Spanish.

First of all, a lot of people speak Spanish. You have all of Latin America, except Brazil and Haiti, and of course Spain. All these countries are quite different. When I think of Spain, which I know much better than Latin America, I think about color and music. It’s a world where people have fun. Read more here.

According to the author of the article, learning Spanish is just easy. Another thing is that if you already know how to speak Spanish, learning other languages such as Portuguese, Italian, and French would already be a lot easier. Wouldn’t that be great? Now, for more tips and tricks, let us also read JOHN-ERIK JORDAN’s article below.

5 Tricks To Learn Spanish (Or Any Other Language)

Spanish is the most studied second language in the United States. Many Americans start learning it in middle school or high school, but most of us never reach a level where we can really communicate in Spanish. I studied Spanish for all four years of high school and have almost nothing to show for it besides, “Me llamo John-Erik. Yo nací en Los Angeles. Chicle en la basura, por favor.” As is painfully obvious from this thimbleful of Spanish I retained after high school, my relationship with the language never left the classroom and thus never really came to life. Where did I go wrong?

I needed expert advice so I consulted two guys with a lot to say about the Spanish language: Luca Lampariello, who hails from Italy and started teaching himself Spanish as a kid (he also speaks English, Russian, Mandarin, Japanese…), and Babbel’s polyglot-in-residence Matthew Youlden. Here are their tips for learning Spanish (or any language for that matter). Read more here.

One of the tricks mentioned above is that you should connect to the native speakers. Doing this could really be an effective way of learning. If you try to apply what you have learned by speaking to the native speakers, then you would be able to practice. Also, you would be able to learn more along the way.

No we are going to read about a specific trick in learning Spanish which is learning through movies. ALAN and VIVIANA will tell us about it.

9 Useful Tips for Learning Spanish with Movies

What’s the best unconventional way to learn Spanish?

If you need a break from going to class or reading a book, there’s nothing better than learning Spanish through movies.

Why Learn Spanish Through Movies and Films?

Here are three reasons:

  • Movies are just plain fun. You can reserve them for times when you’re just too tired to do anything else.
  • Movies tend to use natural conversational Spanish. This is different from other sources of Spanish like books or news. Read more here.

Learning through teacher lectures and reading books would sometimes be really tiring and boring. But you should not worry because one thing you can do about it is to watch Spanish movies. With that, you would be able to do two things at a time, learn Spanish while having a fun time. Learning something can really be difficult, but if you enjoy it, then learning would be a lot easier. It would just be like play.