5 Tips On Learning Spanish
Here are five tips I have on learning Spanish. 1.You always want to go back and strengthen your other lessons. For example, if you are on lesson 10, go back and strengthen lesson 1. It will really help. 2. If you loose all hearts in a lesson, always try again. That is the best way to get better at Spanish. 3. Always look at the hints in a lesson if you need help. That way, you will know what that word or sentence means. 4. Practice every day!!!!! If you do, you will get through your Spanish tree faster and easier. And, 5, Do your very best. When you do your best, you can do amazing! Thanks for reading! Gracias! ♥
i swear i followed these steps before you told me , but good so i knew now that im not the only one !!!
I am struggling very much with even the first lesson. I am not used to this group of languages. I mostly study Japanese. I often misspell the words in the lessons. I am used to thinks being spelled how they sound. Do you have tips on how I can get into the mindset of learning Spanish easier? Everyone in my apartments speak Spanish and I want to know what they are saying.
Well here is my tip: Keep studying the lesson you have trouble with. Once you feel like you can do it, move on to the next one. And if in another lesson you have trouble, keep studying it. I really hoped this helped! And if it didn't, let me know. :)
I made a notebook. A binder with loose paper and dividers. I keep my lessons / practice / new words / words with accents etc. Write them down. Each day before you start a new lesson do practice for about 3 times first and make sure that you write all of the practice stuff down too. When you learn a new verb go over to your verb section and write that down as well as all of the conjugated forms. That way you'll have a reference to go back to when you need it. This is proving to be a really good way of going about it for me. I hope that it helps you.
Yeah, that notebook stuff, I do that. Just think of it like this: when you're doing a spanish lesson on Duolingo, it is the same as being in a spanish class and writing down the important things teacher says. Plus, when you write down stuff, it is like you're doing the lesson twice. It sticks better in your memory and you practice writing in spanish.
Really pushing myself to practice every single day, even if it's just a little.
Thanks for your tips... very helpful! But it's a bit difficult to study Spanish when your mother language is greek. I keep practicing.... Good luck to all!