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https://www.duolingo.com/TammyNZ

Hola de New Zealand

Just starting out learning Spanish...originally from UK, living in NZ 14 years. Next year we (Mike and I) are heading for a year or two to Europe where Spain will be our base. EXCITING.......

3 years ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/Jensen_David

We say Nueva Zelanda (or, rarely, Zelandia). Hola de regreso! :D

3 years ago

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Hola vecino. Soy de Australia.

Good luck on your Spanish journey, it is a pretty easy language at times, look for some tips. For me I found out that things that end in a are usually la everything else is mostly el (before that I had no idea) I also found out most things that end in ion are similar in Spanish. This free eBook (https://www.bookworld.com.au/ebooks/conquer-basic-spanish-linda-plummer/p/9781502270849) saved me from many mistakes. Also reading the lessons online.

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Resonance2001

Stop off at Salou and go on that massive rollercoaster like I did called Shambhala. That is, if you can tolerate the queue jumping...

3 years ago

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Hello, Tammy, nice to meet you and welcome! Best wishes to you as you study and prepare for your time in Europe!

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/ocastillo9

Hello,I'm a native Spanish speaker, I've just finished my Doulingo' English tree. Now I'm doing the reverse tree. I'd like to improve my English skill with native English speakers. I can teach you Spanish. My skype is live:alexandercvo and my email is alexandercvo@outlook.com

3 years ago

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Soy de Nueva Zelanda también, ¿qué tal?

I strongly recommend using other sources in addition to Duolingo if you're not already. Duo is good for reading/writing skills, building vocabulary, and very basic grammar, but won't do a whole lot for your conversational skills - I recommend an audio course or two for that. Pimsleur is good and they have a specific Castillian course now - their courses are a bit pricey but you can sometimes find them in libraries, or they very frequently have deals going so it pays to be patient and shop around.

Some other good (free) links:

3 years ago

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