Place to practice
I'm a native Portuguese speaker, so Spanish is really easy for me, and most rules are the same or very similar, that's why I'm not getting into learning grammar.
I want to learn Spanish just as I did with English, living it. I've been "discovering" English grammar rules while chatting, reading, et cetera. That's why I still make some mistakes (if there's anyone in this topic, correct me please!), not really caring because I don't need it to be perfect right now.
So, what I'm trying to say is: what should I do to practice my writing? Spend days in Immersion? Read Spanish texts? Can you guys recommend me a good source for news in Spanish (preferably Spanish sites, not translations from English ones, reading "advanced Spanish" is no big deal for me).
Thanks a lot!
Hi, i'm a spanish native speaker, and i always read news in spanish because i am very loose to read in another language so i have tens of places to show you, but i have a question, what kind of web pages are you interesting, sports, culture, or news of the day?
I like to read news about politics in general and technology.
PS: I guess that "are you interested in" would be the right way to say. (Don't take me as a rude person, just trying to help ! haha
Thank you, ehehe don't blame mexD for my english, really i forget many words because, now i am learning german, and englisch and german are very similar, so i forgot many englisch, but now i know many german♥
http://www.dw.com/es/actualidad/s-30684 DW (this page) is from Germany, but DW Español, It is written by people from Latin America or Spain.
Well, i can't think know in more web pages, where are you from Brazil, Portugal?
Thank you a lot for all these sites, they're bookmarked! I'm from Brazil, you?
I'm not sure if this is the right way to say, but I guess it is an expression for "add to favorites".
Your English is really good. Since this is a casual discussion I won't correct too much. I think you meant to say, "if there are any in this topic, correct me please".
If you wanted to write more formally I would use less commas.