Tips for learning Spanish

July 3, 2008 by admin


It can be an awful experience when you come out of a Spanish class feeling that you have neither  understood nor learnt anything or that you are behind the rest of your colleagues.  From my experience it is better to prepare yourself in the comfort of your own home. Once you have mastered some of the basic rules, learned some vocabulary and are articulate in some of the regular verbs you can enroll in a Spanish class feeling more confident and ready to learn more.

Spanish is a very important language.

It is spoken in numerous parts of the world by millions of  people.

There is tremendous interest nowadays to learn the language.

An introduction to learning and eventually speaking Spanish is to concentrate on the

pronunciation of their words and the use of the present tense .

A guide to the pronunciation can be be found in any pocket size phrase book or Spanish/English dictionary. These phrase books are very helpful, but to learn Spanish you need to study. In many Spanish classes the teacher will normally speak in Spanish all the time, which can be a bit daunting. You can learn a lot on your own, in your own time and  GAIN CONFIDENCE by following this advice  BEFORE you enroll in a Spanish course. YOU WILL SAVE MONEY TOO. Look around the book shops and choose a reasonably priced phrase book. Also buy a  GOOD QUALITY DICTIONARY that will last you for many years to come and a pocket size one for use whilst on the move.

Read about the Spanish Present Tense .

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