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Guide to speaking spanish

Guide to speaking spanish






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    • GUIDE TO SPEAKING SPANISH Spanish Words http://speakinglatino.com
    • READ OUT LOUD Try reading out loud. Accommodating the benefits of reading is the added plus of really good pronunciation practice. In fact, as a beginner, you should read aloud as much as possible. Spanish Words  http://speakinglatino.com
    • BE PATIENT Progress in language learning does not follow a perfect path. You may find yourself struggling at times, seeming to make no progress. Dont let this discourage you. If you get “stuck”, try going back and reviewing things that you already know. Often this will help prepare you to break through to the next level. Spanish Words  http://speakinglatino.com
    • TALK TO A FRIEND Try to find a native speaker who can be your conversation partner. This can be your greatest asset that will help you with pronunciation. Perhaps you can also provide assistance to your partner in your native language. Spanish Words  http://speakinglatino.com
    • TALK TO YOURSELFWhen learning a foreign language, it is common for listening skills to develop more rapidly than speaking skills. This causes the learner to be in the unfortunate situation of being able to understand,but unable to respond. A good way to overcome this problem is to talk to yourself as much as possible. Spanish Words  http://speakinglatino.com
    • STUDY FLASHCARDS Make cards that are small enough to easily carry with you, writing the English on one side and Spanish on the other. Always have some cards with you. This way, you can capture wasted time and turn it into productive study time. Even with only have a couple of minutes, you can use it to study a few flashcards. Spanish Words  http://speakinglatino.com
    • LABEL SURROUNDINGS Make labels for things all over your house. For example: la pared (wall), la puerta (door), el escritorio (desk) etc. This provides visual cues for memory. Remove the labels only after you have mastered the vocabulary. Spanish Words  http://speakinglatino.com
    • DONT EXPECT PERFECTION!  Dont expect to be perfect! Everything takes time, especially learning a whole new language. You did not learn your native language in one day, so do not expect the same of another. When learning a new language, you will make mistakes, but dont be embarrassed by them. Spanish Words  http://speakinglatino.com