Es cuatro años desde comienzo aprender español.
No puedo todavía hablar sobre cosas mas complicadas, pero puedo usar lo para comunicar con otros. Cosa que me ayude para hacer lo es dedicación mas que posible de tiempo libre y aprender de otras formas que posible.
Mí español no esta bastante bien y hago muchas errores pero espero volver después cuatro años y corregir mí errores sin ayuda de diccionario.
Hasta la próxima :) 2 months ago
So I’ve been at my current job for about 7 months now and my Spanish skills have increased tremendously since I speak it daily. Now I need to be more fluent at Spanish besides “work Spanish”. There are some Meetup groups that meet to practice near me and I’ve yet to go. I guess that will be my next goal! 5 months ago
I am still learning. I am so focused as I do not have much time and I cannot do to much but I am doing a bit. I am doing online and I enjoy it. I just need to plan it!! 6 months ago
Join the course and complete it! 3 months only and very basic. No excuses. ;-) 7 months ago
Need to identify suitable songs. :-) 7 months ago
So I had one month break from it, but I hope to back to it.but I still have my friends online to help me. and I started enjoy it. It made me feel clever to know the language a bit better. 10 months ago
Guess the only way to do that is practice! 11 months ago
My goal is to work on studying Spanish for at least 10 minutes every day. This is the time that I will use to learn grammar points, and is definitely the hard part! Obviously my other goal is to speak as much as possible…so every day I have to do some work which requires me to speak spanish. Because I need to use Spanish every day in my jobs, this is less hard but fingers crossed! 14 months ago
I´ve been in Peru living with my boyfriend over the past 7 months. I have a much easier time listening to people, understanding colloquial words and phrases, watching movies, understanding songs, etc. I still don´t speak enough but I have trouble doing that in my native language too. I think I write more than I speak.
While I´ve been here, I´ve visited different places, read books in Spanish (most by Peruvian authors – these books actually do help me with understanding Peruvian slang and vocabulary in general), I´ve read a book called The Peru Reader as well to learn more about the country (ok, well I´ve read most of it. The plan is to finish it in the near future).
I still have to ask some people to please slow down or explain something more clearly when they talk because it seems I´ve had to get used to each person´s voice individually. I can understand 99.9% of what my boyfriend says whether it´s said quickly, slowly, loudly, quietly – just because I´m used to him.
I speak with relative ease in Spanish and my boyfriend has commented that ¨I can tell it´s way easier for you to speak in Spanish than it is for me to speak in English – you speak at a normal pace with few errors. You can say what you want.¨
Right now I´m focusing on trying to help him learn more English because now the plan is for him to try to find work in Canada with my help. He´s right though about our skills – I would say my Spanish is at ¨basic fluency¨ and his English is intermediate. Well, everything´s a process.
I think I´ll wait a bit longer til I say I´ve completed this goal… just because. 18 months ago
Just spent two weeks taking Spanish classes in Costa Rica. Made a huge amount of progress! 19 months ago