Finish the Tree. I thought there would be firework.
Hey guys Do you have any movie sources and books or something that is really tempting and intriguing in Spanish ? Workbook (PDF) or something more. I want to improve my skills Thank you so much.
¡Felicitaciones amigo! Aquí están algunos fuegos artificiales para usted:
¡Continuar aprendiendo siempre!
Congrats on finishing the tree! Youtube is a goldmine...
Thanks so much. But I just remember about 3/5 of the Tree and i'm still confused about the Verb conjugate in Spanish :">
Don't worry, me too! Those verbs can take a while to stick. Finishing the tree doesn't necessarily mean moving it all into long term storage. I recommend doing a lot of review, and also looking up grammar explanations behind the conjugation. The more exposure to Spanish in real usage, the better.
Once you feel ready, I recommend trying the English for Spanish speakers course. (If English is your native language.) It doesn't seem like it the first few skills, but it is quite a challenge!
PS I recommend using Duolingo's Immersion feature. And if you want to branch out further and read other stuff online like the news or fanfiction, ReadLang has a great extension for Chrome!
Is that the opposite of what I'm studying right now ? Study Spanish by English now turn into Study English by Spanish ? WOW ! I'll give it a try. Thanks :">
Worry not, Duolingo knows what you need to practice and will teach you while you keep your tree gold. As for verb conjugation, go here:
Even after having learned the rules for conjugations, sometimes I still need to double check, like maybe I forgot an irregular form or something, and I find Barron's 501 Spanish verbs to be a great reference. Full conjugations (14 tenses + imperative, gerund and past participle), examples, explanations - I try to keep it handy whenever I'm thinking about Spanish. There's also a pocket version out there too. Lots of sources out there, but I got mine from thriftbooks: http://www.thriftbooks.com/w/501-spanish-verbs_christopher-kendris/247431
Thank you! Posts like these are why I cruise the discussion threads. Great resources!
You're welcome and thank you! I'm amazed at how much great stuff there is here, contributed by other users. Also in the threads associated with some of the exercises. When I was doing my tree, I was too crazed about getting through it, but after that I started reading the discussions - fantastic information in some of those.
Thank you so much TinyKitties. Admittedly, I hardly remember anything =='' I mean, not good enough to use it in real life. I'll practice more to reach level 25
The most fun thing about Destinos for me was that the woman always went shopping in every town (to teach us colors and articles of clothing, etc.) yet the size of her suitcase always remained the same. :)
Haha, you're right, I never thought about that! In spite of its flaws, I think it is an intriguing story & a fun way to practice listening comprehension.
Wait wait for me ! I want to talk about it tooo. Have to watch it now :">