Little details make a difference, a piece of art wouldn’t be a piece of art without those small things that make it unique. When you use Spanish, you can add small details to your speaking to make it sound more natural, keep reading if you want to know exactly what I mean.
It used to be a dangerous place for some, but not anymore. Medellín, Colombiahas become a very touristic place. Many foreigners come every week to check out one of the most interesting places in the world. And some of these visitors love the city and want to move here. If you are planning to move to a Spanish Speaking country, we recommend that you train your ear, and listen before you move to any Spanish speaking country.
“…But, you’re from here, right? … ” – that was the question a lady in the airport asked me the first time I went to visit the states. As a language learner, I can tell you that there’s no better time than when people hear your accent and they think you are a native speaker. Actually, this confusion means that you’re doing an awesome job learning a new language.
We have told you many things during our weekly posts about how to learn Spanish. However, today we want to talk about the ultimate tip to learn Spanish.
For humanity, being able to fly was impossible five hundred years ago. Imagine if a person from that time traveled to 2017 and saw that man flies thousands of miles every day -“impossible”- would he say?
Many people struggle when they try to think in Spanish, some people believe that it happens overnight, they think that after a while of memorizing verbs and studying the preterit, the future tense or the past perfect, their brains will having thoughts in Spanish automatically.
Commuting is one of the most common things in the world. Everyone has to commute and while commuting, some of us listen to music, some others read, and some others just think or dream. There are ways you can get the best out of the time that you spend getting from one place to another. You can actually practice Spanish while you commute, here we give you some tips:
“Stop complaining, sit down and finish your Spanish lesson!” if you’ve been struggling with learning Spanish, you’ve probably kicked yourself more than once, and it’s very likely that you wondered: “isn’t there another way?”,”isn’t there a magic recipe?” “is learning grammar and repeating all the boring drills the only way to learn Spanish?”, “isn’t there an easier, faster and more effective method to learn Spanish?” if you have made these questions, you need to read this.
We all need some motivation from time to time, and we know you need it during your journey of learning languages. Sometimes, we need to pause, look at the top of the mountain and check how other people who have achieved the things that you are fighting to get, in your case is probably speaking Spanish.