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My first "real" Spanish conversation was a magical moment... and yours will be too!

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If there is anything more satisfying than finishing your tree on duolingo, it's speaking the language with a native. And I'm not talking about ordering coffee, or buying a train ticket. I'm talking about a legit 5min or longer conversation with a native/local.

That is why I decided, few weeks after finishing it, to go to Spain, and put my spanish skills to the test. In the meantime, I had already watched a few movies and read as much as I could, I was ready.

At first during my trip (to Barcelona) I was quite shy and was quite afraid to speak to people, thinking about how horrible my accent must be, or how many mistakes I would make.

But then, one day, on my way back from a trip to the south of the city, on the train, I decided to just do it. No more excuses, let's make this trip count!

Found a group of people who happened to be from North Africa, and figured that would make the conversation extra interesting. Yup, speaking to North Africans in Spanish.

I introduced myself, asking them where they where from, then we started chatting. They spoke great spanish and have actually always lived there. I discovered many things about them, how they came from Occidental Sahara (A country I thought nobody lived in!)- to then discover how they didn't go along with Moroccans, what studies they were doing, what they thought of the city, favorite food, girls, and just about everything. Then I reached my station, left never see them again.

Something about that conversation left me feeling incredible. It was so magical from it being so unexpected and so unique, so interesting and so discovering - As if all of my hours doing duolingo and studying the language amounted to that conversation, and what was to follow.

It wasn't like buying a train ticket, nor was it like ordering coffee, it was much deeper, much more personal, and it messed with my emotions, in a good way: I didn't stop smiling for the rest of the trip.

Since then I've had a many more conversations, also discovering that you don't have to go all the way to Spain to speak spanish, as there are spanish speakers just about everywhere.

One should not be afraid to speak the language with people, people really appreciate it when you make the effort, and are sometimes even honored that you learnt their language. Also, not speaking a language well is sort of an excuse for social awkwardness.

Here is where you come in:

I want you to finish your tree. It's just a tree, a game, beating the game ain't easy but it also ain't nearly as hard as you think it is. I want you to then practice what you learnt and go out and have a real conversation in the language. Even if it's in your home country.

I promise you it will create memories never to be forgotten. Discoveries you would have never expected. But most of all, a lasting smile.

4 years ago

63 Comments


https://www.duolingo.com/Talca
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Swipe Shot, What an honor to be the first one to respond to your magnificent comment. I had an epiphany the other day when I realized how learning Spanish is going to open my world to so many new people and cultures. In my opinion, that is the amazing thing about español--it is spoken in so many different places. There is a website called ConversationExchange that has started to open doors for me. I have already skyped with two hispanohablantes (from Chile and Péru), and I am going to make a point of practicing my low level skills (but hopefully growing fast) to meet more people. My conversation last night with a medical student in Lima left me with the same emotions that your conversation left you. Felicidades. Here is a lingot for you.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/MardukSky
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Great tip about ConversationExchange! have a lingot! :)

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/makahiwitk

Hi Talca. Thanks for the tip regarding Conversation Exchange. I've just signed up and I've already had a reply from a woman in Spain! I also sent a message to a woman in Mexico, who I hope will help me on my Spanish journey. A well-deserved Lingot for you, and a lot more intensive studying for me as I'm only at level 2.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Lrtward
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If you haven't yet tried Verbling, you should give it a go. It's addictive and exhilarating.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Dr.Sunshine

Verbling? I'm not fond of websites offering a "free trial" that requires your credit card number for activation. This indicates that some of their funding is based on people who forget to cancel their trial on time. It's predatory. Conversation Exchange, on the other hand, is great. Thanks for the tip! I gave you guys lingots.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Lrtward
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Go to Verbling and go to community, lefthand menu on the bottom. The chat rooms are free. There are also recorded classes for free. I use Verbling a lot and I have never given them my credit card info. I didn't even realize they asked for it. Sorry about that! And thanks for mentioning it so others don't get caught out by that. I agree, it's predatory and under-handed. You will have to have a Google+ account, and you'll have to download an add-in for your browser. IMO, it's well worth it because it allows me to speak with people from all over the world whenever I want.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Dr.Sunshine

Thanks for the extra information; that's very kind of you.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Talca
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Hey, Doc, gracias for lingot. Know that you will find some interesting Skype partners on ConversationExchange.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/LoesVanBos
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I saw there was an option for that, so I first tried looking for face to face conversation partner, finding no one speaking any of my target languages in my city. Which got me thinking about other solutions for that, and I remembered couchsurfing might possibly be a good option, but I can also imagine reasons why it might not work well. Does anyone have experience with using couchsurfing as a language exchange tool? Or has some other IRL match up service/platform to recommend?

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/MardukSky
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Just as an update, I want to thank to this community and duolingo, while skyping with a college girl from Belgium (that i contacted through this post about ConversationExchange) I was told that I had a really good accent and pronuntiation, (but she could not say the same about the fluence or great width of vocabulary! XD). I've only used duo for six months so far and I almost finish my french tree. Thank you very much for this opportunity!

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Jenga_Jane

So many polyglots consistently say that they learn languages to meet with and communicate with people. And in the end, I think we need to realize that that's what language is for - communicating and connecting with one another beyond the mundanity of the business world - as you put it, ordering coffee and asking for directions. Language is used to connect to people. I'm not saying this should be everyone's motivation, but it's certainly mine.

"If you talk to a person in a language they understand, that goes to their head. If you talk to a person in their language, that goes to their heart." -Nelson Mandela. (source)

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/slecnaKejsy

Dear Michael :) Your story is so well written and emotional that I had to blink quickly to send my tears away. Thank you for sharing :) I hope that one day even I would be able to find some courage and start talking. It works in my head, but when I open my mouth, I can't remember my own name. Keep going :o)

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/LocoEnAire

I feel the same way! But this story makes me want to gather the courage to practice with real people. It's not as if it's difficult to find Spanish speakers in the USA- I'm in contact with native speakers every day, I'm just usually to shy to actually say anything!

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/slecnaKejsy

Erin, shyness is my problem as well. It's the ime to beat it! Good luck with that :o)

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/jurekcy1

My conversations in spanish are terrible. I'm studying for 6 months now and I make mistakes in every single sentence. And I am learnign very hard - duolingo, memrise, lang-8, fluencia (paid site!), I watch bbc mundo, rtve.se. At least one hour a day (probably more). I am just terrible in languages but do not give up yet...

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Meg_in_Canada

I have been living in Québec (an area where the majority of people are francophones, and there isn't a lot of bilingualism) for almost TWO YEARS. Yes, living here, AND studying French. The first year or so, my studies weren't intense, but in the last 9 or 10 months, I've been really dedicated, including taking six months of FULL-TIME courses. I say all of this to say:

After nearly two years, I am just starting to consider myself bilingual. (And some days, I still don't, haha!) I still make a lot of mistakes (even though I'm a lot better at some things, as I learn more advanced and complicated ways to express myself, I have to juggle the new rules and conjugations and sentence structures). We ALL make mistakes. It's how we learn. You can't let them stop you from speaking.

You are not "terrible" with languages. You are just a human, undertaking a rather difficult process, that of acquiring a language. Think of how long it takes children to learn their native language! Years! Really, a decade or more, if you're talking about being able to express themselves well, having a large vocabulary, and speaking/writing the language properly. And that's at a time in their development when their brains are most geared toward language acquisition.

So don't be discouraged! Just keep on working at it like you're doing now.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/lifebohemia

Six months, that's great, but please give it a few years if you are truly serious. Listening to the language being spoken in normal conversation is so important. When you finally start understanding some of what they are saying...it's huge. It took me a lot longer than six months to learn to understand and speak Spanish and I was around people who spoke it all the time. You say that you are just terrible in languages, but that may not be the case at all. Just look at your 178 day streak. That says a lot! Have a lingot and be encouraged. Keep pressing on.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/SuperSwipe
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Don't give up! You seem like you are almost there! The more you converse, the less mistakes you will make. What I found to be very helpful too was to try and think in the language, forcing myself to consistantly form new sentences wich improved actual conversations and made my responses more spontaneous. In my opinion, all you reall need is memrise (for vocab) and duolingo, then practice to speak a language ;)

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/mollyglot
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My conversation skills are abysmal. I'm always good in classes, where most of the testing is written and grammar-based, but when someone speaks to me, I just blank out. I've been getting slowly better these last few months, because I started volunteering in a Spanish preschool. Kids are very forgiving of mistakes, so my shyness goes away. Just wondering, what Spanish TV do you watch? I HATE telenovelas. I just want to find some good Spanish TV to improve my comprehension.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/jurekcy1

I hate telenovelas too. I tried to watch some but they are killing me. I watch short news in BBC Mundo (http://www.bbc.co.uk/mundo/video_fotos/) and Spanish Public TV (http://www.rtve.es/). A few days ago I've started to watching Frinends (http://www.shurweb.org/serie/friends/) - I hardly understand anything but I love this show and this way I can tune my ear to the language.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Whyes
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I recommend you http://www.rtve.es/ listen to Radio 5 or watch La 2 TV.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/camoprevenge

Wow, cool!! I thought I'd never be able to speak or learn Spanish, but thanks to my constant spying on the Google Play store, I came across this app and I'll be honest with everyone...I haven't been able to put it down!! Even if I am struggling with a lesson (I did horribly with Basic Spanish 2: Lesson 2, but I completed it!) I'll keep playing the lesson over and over again, even visiting previous lessons and the Strengthen Skills practice course to become even more fluent in it!

I hope I have an experience like this someday. :) It seems like a wonderful feeling to be able to speak to others in another language.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/marcusscott67

I started 21 days ago and I am loving this adventure into the Spanish language. I accidently said fart today (pedo) instead of dog (perro) because I struggle to roll my Rs. My students and I thought it was hilarious! I loved reading all of your stories. You all inspire me to try harder.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Lrtward
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Well that's one new Spanish word I've learned thanks to Duolingo's discussion forums! :D

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/angie2013lima
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¡Felicitaciones! Soy peruana y nunca he viajado fuera de mi país pero he podido conversar con hablantes nativos de inglés a través de Skype y cuando una amiga vino desde USA a Lima y pudimos conversar en persona. Practicar me ha ayudado bastante pero todavía me falta mucho por aprender. Espero que tu español siga mejorando cada día. ¡Éxitos! ¡un lingot por eso!

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/SoulEpicure

This was awesome and so inspiring! I am definitely shy to speak Spanish even with my BEST friend from Puerto Rico... and she butchers the English language everyday... but I don't mind and love her boldness and willingness to learn! It was so bold of you to speak to those people that day on the train.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/CattleRustler

Cool story bro. Jaja just kidding - that's very cool. Even though I finished my tree, and started a reverse tree, I am not quite at that level yet. On the weekends I converse with native speaking friends, and on the days veo mi novia, we speak in spanish as much as I can manage. I mix in english when I don't know how to express the thought in spanish. Back when I first started on DL the conversations were 95% eng 5% esp, but now it's a solid 50/50, but sometimes the spanish is more than 50% depending on the subject. Recently I was having a text conversation con mi novia and a few minutes in I realized it was 100% in esp, non-simplitic, and all correct - and i was like wow. She even asked if I was using a translator, but I wasn't. That was a cool feeling, similar to what you experienced, just on a smaller scale. Great work. Enjoy your new language.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Spaceowl42

Wow! This is very inspiring! :-D I am going to learn a new Spanish skill right now! :-D

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Eey91
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Wow! one can really feel it was deep while reading your story. I'm a spanish native speaker and as you say, I'm glad you like my language, I believe you would never complain if someone does not speak perfectly, this should be enough to try out since probably most people think this way. Thanks for sharing.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/lauryswagner
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Your story is so inspiring, especially to someone like me who is also learning Spanish!!! I've taken your advice to heart and I'm going to start practicing more often so I can finally hold a conversation with my Spanish-speaking friends :)

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/jahav
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Felicidades, me alegra mucho que haya tenido esa oportunidad y que haya sido una gran experiencia para ti y sobre todo que las has compartido con nosotros. Me faltan algunas lecciones para terminar mi árbol de inglés y tu comentario me anima mucho, sobre todo a arriesgarme y trabajar mi speaking, es grandioso poder ver avances cuando has dedicado mucho tiempo al aprendizaje de algo por mi parte he entendido la mayoria de palabras de éste texto :D

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Nimtari

I have been learning spanish for 3 years now and my first conversation I had about a year after starting my adventure with spanish :D It was in Lloret de Mar, on the camp, where me and my friends met a group of guys from Barcelona. For me, it was a real craziness. We were mixing Spanish, English and German to communicate somehow :D And they were speaking with Catalan accent :D I am from Poland, so excuse me for all the mistakes that I made :)

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Talca
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Nimtari, I love those kinds of stories. I have had similiar experiences, but not with español. Do you want me to correct your English? (There are just a few minor mistakes.) Your English is great.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Nimtari

Thanks Talca, of course I'd like to have my mistakes corrected :)

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Talca
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It was at Lloret de Mar in a campground where my friends and I met... For me, it was really crazy. (That's all. The rest sounds great. Buena suerte.)

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Nimtari

Muchas gracias Talca :)

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/lukethejumper

I hope to experience this one day! I've had conversation with my friends who take Spanish classes but never a native speaker. Felicitaciones, tenga un Lingot.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/A.Yasemin

You told very impressive, thank you for sharing! I'll go to Spain for my academic education to 5 months and sometimes I've some concerns. Thanks for your advices . I'm new in Duolingo and now I'm going to start practicing more hopeful.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/DavidLarkin

Well said, my friend. Funnily enough I am going to Spain this August to travel around to Barcelona, Valencia and Madrid. I've talked to people in Spanish before in conversation groups, but actually speaking it with locals will be very satisfying.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Spaceowl42

Cool! Have a nice trip! :D

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/creativeri

This is great! I really really love your story and thank you for sharing, this keeps me going. I even smiled reading your story because I can imagine how good it would feel! Have a great day :)

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/DottyKincaid

Thank you for your words of encouragement. I am nowhere near finishing duolingo and sometimes I feel like I will never get there.

<3

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Talca
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It took me ten months to complete the tree. Don't feel bad.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/mollyglot
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I can't even remember how long it took me (maybe more than a year), because there were so many gaps. I actually wish I had taken longer, because I was only level 16 when I finished. I think I would have benefited by practicing the same skills over for points, rather than always moving ahead.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/revlis87

I am in the eighth grade and I take spanish in school and I use this mainly on my phone to improve my skills. Over spring break I went to Spain and met my pen pal and I also had a legit conversation in spanish with him. We now continue to send e-mails to each other. Being able to speak in two languages is a really cool thing and I hope to learn another language via this website.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Talca
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What a great thing to do. Bravo. Maybe some day your pen pal can visit you!

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/priyamvada161

I feel happy and inspired to have read this post. Thanks for making my day. and im happy you got to finish your tree and really have a good conversation, sumthing i ve been dreaming about as well. so thumbs up :)

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/lindafraser
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Thank you, SwipeShot, for the wonderful gift you have given to everyone who reads your post. Besides having a great experience yourself, you wanted to share it with everyone else plus your enjoyment and encouraging words are sure to reach whoever reads your words.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/saxicola
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Thanks that is just the inspiration I need to keep me going.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Birdinator

That's great! Thank you for giving me the motivation I needed for today ;)

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/SoccerStripes

Wow! That was a very put together comment. I always appreciate when people take the time to document their experiences with Duolingo, or in this case outside in the real world! I'm very impressed that you managed to have a conversation with a Spanish native. I am nearing the end of my tree, and need to work on my vocabulary. I know the simple words that string together sentences, just not the main nouns! I also like the motivation you put at the end. I will definitely remember this post when I'm struggling later! Thanks for making me smile today, and inspiring me to continue to go forward and learn new language. I also have a quote for you-

"If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart." - Nelson Mandela

I hope this will inspire you also. Thank you (and have a lingot) :)

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/LAntoine

I would like to see if Bing Translator was 100% correct in translating your post:

" Si hay algo más satisfactorio que terminando su árbol en duolingo, habla la lengua con un nativo. Y no estoy hablando acerca de pedidos de café, o comprar un billete de tren. Hablo de un legítimo 5min o larga conversación con un nativo local.

Es por qué decidí, pocas semanas después de terminarlo, para ir a España y poner mis españolas habilidades a prueba. Mientras tanto, ya había visto unas cuantas películas y leer tanto como pude, estaba listo.

Al principio durante mi viaje (a Barcelona) era bastante tímida y era bastante miedo de hablar a la gente, pensando en cómo horrible mi acento debe ser, o cómo muchos errores haría.

Pero entonces, un día, en mi camino a un viaje hacia el sur de la ciudad, en el tren, decidí hacerlo sólo. No más excusas, vamos a hacer este viaje cuente!

Encontré un grupo de personas que pasó a ser del norte de África y pensé que harían la conversación más interesante. Sí, hablando a los africanos del norte en español.

Me presenté, pidiéndoles donde ellos donde, entonces empezamos charlando. Ellos hablaban a español gran y en realidad siempre han vivido allí. Descubrí muchas cosas acerca de ellos, cómo venían de Sahara Occidental (un país creía que nadie vivía!)-para luego descubrir cómo no van junto con marroquíes, qué estudios que estaban haciendo, lo que pensaban de la ciudad, comida favorita, las niñas y todo. Entonces llegué a mi estación, izquierda nunca verlas otra vez.

Algo sobre esa conversación me dejó sentir increíble. Era tan mágico de ser tan inesperado y tan única, tan interesante y tan descubriendo - como si todos mis horas haciendo duolingo y estudiando el idioma ascendieron a esa conversación, y lo que iba a seguir.

No es como comprar un billete de tren, ni fue como ordenar café, era mucho más profundo, mucho más personal, y metió con mis emociones, en una buena manera de: no deja de sonreír para el resto del viaje.

Desde entonces he tenido una muchas conversaciones más, también descubrir que no tienes que ir todo el camino a España a hablar a español, como hablan hablantes de español casi por todas partes.

Uno no debe tener miedo de hablar el idioma con gente, gente realmente aprecio cuando hacer el esfuerzo y a veces incluso son honrados que usted aprendió su lengua. También, no habla un lenguaje bien es una especie de excusa para torpeza social.

Aquí es donde entras tú: Quiero que termines tu árbol. Es sólo un árbol, un juego, superando el juego no es fácil pero también no es casi tan difícil como crees que es. Quiero que entonces practicar lo que aprendido y salir y tener una conversación real en la lengua. Incluso si es en su país de origen.

Te prometo que va a crear recuerdos nunca a ser olvidado. Descubrimientos que nunca hubiera esperado. Pero más de todo, una dura sonrisa. "

What do you guys think?

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Talca
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As a rank amateur, I see some mistakes. But overall this is pretty impressive. I wish I spoke Spanish as fluently as Bing. ¡Que lastima!

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Whyes
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Bueno no está muy bien traducido, sobretodo falla con la conjugación de los verbos, pero un hablante de español puede entenderlo jaja.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Whyes
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No tengáis miedo de hablar español con nativos, nosotros apreciamos mucho el esfuerzo que hacéis en aprender nuestro idioma.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/DATFLUFFYDOG

IM LEVEL 6!!!!!!!

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/noxpluma5693

I'm 10 and have a long way to go.... I am highly underestimated, and most people are surprised I can spell, have proper grammar, count to fifty in Spanish, and even write a paragraph in Spanish that makes sense. Thank you, I look forward to it.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Robin_H

I loved your story! Thank you very much for sharing it with us!! I'm so happy for you :)

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Usagiboy7
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Thank you so much for sharing your story SwipeShot! :D

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Raininglingots

This person claims to predict the future saying, my conversation in Spanish will be great, amusing if I ever even have one.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/NoahMia

cool

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/sandrasz2

I can understand Spanish pretty well when I read, listen to music or watch tv, but I could not speak. I am Brazilian and my first language is Portuguese that is very close to Spanish. I hope someday I can speak Spanish fluently. This web site will help me.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/SpanishChicka156

OMG! I cannot wait! I have this Spanish couple at my church. And there daughter is always rubbing it in my face that she can speak Spanish. She just sits there and gives me the evil eye while talking in Spanish. It bites! So like I heard of this site and now i can learn everything she is saying. LOL!

4 years ago