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Language expresses its advantages when you join another countries or competitive business. Therefore, there are many reasons why someone is interested in a new language, like Spanish. It may be for business, for vacation or more challenging than for others.
Spanish has some similarities with French and therefore it should be easier for someone who knows French to learn Spanish much faster and easier than someone who doesn’t know French. Regardless whether it’s Spain or Mexico, one can use Spanish in both countries. There is some difference and it’s usually just the way that the people are speaking in each country. It can be compared by taking into consideration how southerners in USA are talking English from people in other parts of America, or the way that Americans are speaking English compared to Brits.
There are various ways to learn to speak Spanish. Some of them cost and some of them are free. The ones that cost aren’t necessarily better than the free ones. If you have will to learn languages by ear then just watch as much as you can all the movies and television shows in Spanish. Those that have that will and determination will pick up the basic expressions very fast. For anything further it will take more time. There is one thing that can not be learned by just listening to someone speaking Spanish, and that something is grammar.
Grammar is not necessary if you just want to speak Spanish, but if you want to do something more like to writing a business letter or invitation to business lunch you will need to know at least the basics of grammar. Regarding other ways of learning to speak Spanish, well there are various software packages that claim that you’ll learn to speak Spanish in certain time and they tend to cost a lot.
Now some of them work as advertised, but not all of them. Another way that is more popular, thanks to various people that are willing to spread their knowledge through their websites and all that for free is to find free resources on the Internet. There are plenty websites that are offering free lessons that will help you to learn how to speak any language including Spanish.
The way that usually is more expensive and will teach you to learn to speak Spanish fluently is to hire a personal language professor. They will teach you exactly how to pronounce each word and sentence. You can also ask them if you don’t understand something to explain it to you better. Another good thing is when you have a personal language professor they will make sure that you are studying and that you’re speaking Spanish correctly. They will work on your discipline if they see that you are slacking.
The basic idea about learning how to speak Spanish is to have patience and to be persistent. All the free, paid and expensive ways that are supposed to teach you how to speak Spanish aren’t going to do anything for you unless you truly decide to take time to learn it all.
Question by Vee_wuvhugs: So I want to learn Japanese?
Hi I am in love with the Japanese culture and i would love to learn the language. I also think it may help me when i’m older because I want to study medicine or go into Industry abroad.I’m sitting my final GCSEs and so i’ll have 4 months of free time between now and starting sixth form: i was thinking this was a good time to start.
I already am fluent in the African Language Shona, English (off course) and i’m getting A/A* in my french GCSE. So i was wondering whether learning how to write and read Japanese would be hard. I know speaking will be okay because I watch ALOT of anime and i realized that the pronunciation of Japanese characters is very similar to Shona. Will my current language skills make it easier to learn?
Answer by Pan
use rosseta stone it can be expensive but its worth it