Learning is one thing, speaking is another.....
I'm learning Spanish ,but is there any way I can talk it back to some one so I learn how to speak it? Because my mom said she's glad I'm learning it , but I need to know how to speak it too. To anyone who replies , thank you very much for the help. I'd give everyone a lingot, but I'd probably need a couple thousand more! ; )
I take a Spanish class at my school, and I found out about Duolingo, and I started doing it. When I do duolingo, i learn the vocabulary and such, and in my Spanish class at school, I get to talk and practice with my accent. I would suggest that you find somebody that speaks Spanish. If you can find somebody that speaks fluently, you can learn really well. You can learn from how they speak, and it would really help.
Actually, I would encourage you to carry on just using Duolingo for now. I can see you're at level 6, so you're just at the beginning of your journey. You can look into conversational Spanish at this point, but unless you spend time understanding the basics first it will only be of limited use to you.
I'm not saying you have to finish the whole course before looking at other resources - I know that Duolingo can't teach you everything, but there is an important first step here that you should try to get past: learn a bunch of vocabulary and grammar first, let it sink in a bit, then you can take your slow and broken Spanish with you to the next stage, and find people to help you polish it.