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Need help from a spanish speaking person

Hi!

I´m trying to learn spanish, but could need someone to exersive with. Is there anybody who would join me? Learn me some spanish maybe?

How do I attend to a ¨class room¨?

Or how do I get a teacher?

3 years ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/Taloua
Taloua
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In my opinion you do not need to have a teacher, start with the Duo tree. Use the websites that teach the language. There are many, try BBC - Learn spanish. There is a very helpful series that called mi vida loca if i remember it well :)

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Hosh.

Thanks! That helps a lot :)

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Lrtward
Lrtward
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I agree with Taloua but if you want a teacher you can find some on Verbling (but it is not free).

You could also look on websites like ConversationExchange, WeSpeke, iTalki, and GoSpeaky for Spanish speakers who want to practice their English or Norwegian. You can write to them in Spanish and they correct your Spanish, then they write you in English or Norwegian and you correct them.

Many people do video chats instead of writing. You agree to talk for 10 minutes in Spanish and then 10 minutes in Norwegian and continue for as long as you want, for example. The above sites are good for finding video chat partners in addition to pen pals.

There are also Spanish video chat rooms on the Verbling web site (chats are free) under "Community".

I highly recommend finishing the Spanish course here on Duolingo or at least getting to the last checkpoint before you try talking, though. Before that you really won't have enough words or grammar to say very much.

Extr@ en Español is a very good video series for Spanish students. Here is a link to a playlist with subtitles: https://youtu.be/Dfb9-ZTCA-E?list=PLrZuCPcufADUb_pWKfeD7r6KGa1xRCJo_

Coffee Break Spanish is a podcast that is a good addition to Duolingo because it emphasizes speaking, which is a weak area of Duolingo. https://radiolingua.com/coffeebreakspanish/

Another good website for learning Spanish is SpanishDict. They have video lessons with matching games, and a good forum. They are strong on grammar (which Duo is weak on) but they are weak on review (where Duo is strong). So it is a good counterpart to Duolingo. http://www.spanishdict.com/learn/courses

3 years ago