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Termine el Arbol De Ingles :) Pregunta...

Luego de usar vacaciones para terminar mi arbol he precticado como nunca y he mejorado considerablemente ya sea hablando,escuchando o escribiendo pero la verdad todavia siento que me falta mucho. lo que queria saber es si hay otras formas de practicar ingles ? Ademas de traducir o repetir el arbol desde el comienzo? Empeze el curso de aleman pero primero quiero terminar ingles antes de empezar con otro idioma. Si quieren preguntarme algo con todo el gusto les respondere. (si es en ingles mejor). Gracias

4 years ago

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You can do the reverse tree, que significa estudiar español para anglohablantes.

Puedes mirar videos, leer libros y noticias, escuchar música y cantar (es buena práctica para la pronunciación)

Tambien puedes buscar gente con que practicar en ConversationExchange, WeSpeke, iTalki, y Verbling.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/dramirezag

Amigo hay muchas maneras de practicar el ingles, y la mejor de todas es incorporarlo a tu diario vivir es decir como si fuera tu primera lengua, si tienes el celular configurado en español ponlo en ingles, si te gusta leer busca libros en ingles, si te gusta ver peliculas que sean en ingles, sigue personajes famosos en facebook twitter o google+ que hablen ingles, si te gustan los video juegos en ingles, busca personas que hablen ingles y que quieran aprender español y realiza intercambios. Si quieres mejorar tu pronunciacion hay canales especializados en youtube y paginas web para dicho proposito, si logras conseguir una novia que hable ingles es otra forma. El arbol reverso tambien es muy util yo tambien termine el arbol de ingles y ya casi termino el de español para hablantes de ingles y se aprende mucho de esa manera, participa en foros y pues si tienes la facilidad para vivir un tiempo en un pais de habla inglesa eso si que seria lo maximo, exitos.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/sher-imanii

I see that you are fluent in Spanish! Would you like to be my tutor for Spanish? I want to increase my understanding of spoken Spanish and written as well. I consider myself a beginner/intermediate. I could also help you with questions on learning the English language. buena suerte!

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/dramirezag

Hello, Spanish is my native language, I can help you, however my schedule is something complicated, I prefer to practice my speaking, listening and pronunciation. Right now I am at work and I only can use this site, so we can only practice writing by here. If you want you could try to write something in my stream and I will correct you and give you feedback. I have skype account as well but I can only use that in my house.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/sher-imanii

ok then. Thats great, i would to learn how to properly use me,te,los, lo/la, nos. and improving on conjugating my verbs. i also take an online spanish class for school.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/dramirezag

Hello, lovesher there are some rules for that stuff, however what I am going to say maybe a spanish teacher will say that I am crazy and I don't know what I am saying, however i recommend you to learn how to "feel" which of those words (me, te, los, lo, la and verb conjugations) is the proper one according to the context and the sentence, and that is using the same way a native speaker like myself do. Let me explain that in an easy way.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/dramirezag

You could learn when do you need to use me, te, etc, however every time you are going to think an idea in spanish that process of thinking what word should I use with that sentence will hinder your ability to speak and write efficiently and naturally in spanish and you will end up hating writing or speaking in spanish and you will feel more comfortable in the passive stage which is reading and listening.

Having written that (sorry for my so long piece of writing) finally I will give you the best way to learn grammar, I should warn you it isn't something you will master in the blink of an eye in takes a lot of time and consistency.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/dramirezag

I encourage you to listen a lot in spanish, at first pick some easy sentences and repeat them a lot, children books is a good starting point, children songs, etc, they are very good materials because they repeat the same sentences a lot and you will see that the same patterns are repeated throughout the story. Try to copy the way a native speaker tell the story and play to be an actor, some children books have Q&A sections these are very good. read a lot if it is for pleasure is best, don't try to understand the language or the grammar, only try to understand the general idea. Without noticing it you will use (me, te, lo, etc) proper spanish grammar automatically in your writing and your speaking, don't worry about making mistakes even native speakers make mistakes, i have been using that method for learning english and it is not only fun but also more effective than the traditional methods.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/sher-imanii

I've been listening a lot to Spanish music and Spanish pods. they are helping me to memorize and sustain the vocabulary that I learn. by hearing the vocabulary many times a day I retain it.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/dramirezag

Hello, that is very nice my friend and very helpful, try to use what you have learned in your life, in a daily basis if possible, If you are interested in any particular topic for example food.. look for a forum or something like that in spanish, discuss on the different threads with native speakers no matter if you make mistakes. Record your voice and upload it in sites like italki.com for getting feedback. write a diary in spanish. If you want I can correct your writings, post it on my stream, maybe I will take my time to correct your mistakes but I will help you

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/trinigilli

Congratulations on finishing your English tree!! Well done. I hope to finish my Spanish tree in a few weeks

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Orating

Thanks :) Good luck

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/PopTartTastic

¿Quieres intentar portugués? Es muy similar a español/castellano y debe ser facil a un hispanohablante. Congratulations! Música ayuda, también.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/sher-imanii

Would you like to be my tutor for Spanish? I want to increase my understanding of spoken Spanish and written as well. I consider myself a beginner/intermediate. i could also help you with questions on learning the English language. buena suerte!

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/annaannaannaan

congratulations! perhaps watching some English-language movies would be useful as well as enjoyable?

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/sher-imanii

I see that you are fluent in Spanish! Would you like to be my tutor for Spanish? I want to increase my understanding of spoken Spanish and written as well. I consider myself a beginner/intermediate. i could also help you with questions on learning the English language. buena suerte!

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Orating

Hola amigo. Como dije termine el arbol pero necesito mas a una persona que hable ingles siempre conmigo al igual que tu necesitas a alguien que hable 100% español. pero puedes agregarme en Skype oswaldo94t y podemos turnarnos o algoo por el estilo de todas formas gracias y buena suerte :)

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/sher-imanii

Sadly, I dont have a skype but we can talk on Duolingo. i can ask you questions and you can ask me questions too. Gracias por ayudame.

4 years ago
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