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Translating into Spanish

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I have completed the Spanish tree nearly a month ago and I think i got somewhat of a grip of that language because of Duolingo. I can translate nearly every Spanish sentence into English, but where it get's hard is when I have to reproduce an English sentence into Spanish, especially in higher tier skills like Perfect Subjunctive. Now my question is if there is a way to directly train that part of excercise instead of going through other excercises like listening or translating into english

Thanks in advance :)

3 years ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/b05aplmun.ca
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You can try the reverse tree. Or do English -> Spanish immersion.

3 years ago

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Thank you very much for your quick responses! I will try suggestions as soon as possible. :D

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Rob2042

Translating articles from English to Spanish has given me the greatest boost. I use LingQ.com because it offers Google translate. Google translate helps but SpanishDict is much better so when in doubt I go there to check the translation.

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/superdaisy

In addition to the Spanish-to-English tree, I have some suggestions for other online resources that specifically drill certain grammar concepts. They might not be exactly what you're looking for, but they're a start.

Drill using sentence frames on StudySpanish.com and this page from Columbia University

Practice conjugation with Conjuguemos and Spaleon

Spanish New York has some great resources, like conjugation drills and a really nice por/para practice.

You may also want to try talking to people, rather than drilling or translating. Sites like GoSpeaky and italkti facilitate this online. And people on the learning íngles forum on Duo are always asking for native English speakers to talk with!

I've been collecting resources that look interesting and cover the gamut of interaction for people like me who have finished the tree. You can find more here.

3 years ago