Hi there, how are you? I’m great! This is an idea that just came to my mind; maybe you want to become a better Spanish speaker? Yes I am bilingual and can learn other languages very easily if I try. Here are 11 tips to help you turn into a better Spanish speaker. I hope they like :)
11 Tips To Become A Better Spanish Speaker
- Tip #01: Start listening to Spanish as soon as possible. Try not to listen to music in English anymore or watch TV shows and movies with the subtitles turned on. It takes time, but it’s worth it!
- Tip #02: Practice your pronunciation daily. You might need a little help from an audio program like Duolingo at first until you feel confident enough about speaking out loud without any fear of sounding weird ;)
- Tip #03: If you want to be a better Spanish speaker, start reading and speaking out loud. You’ll find that the more you read in another language, the easier it will become for you
- Tip #04: Study vocabulary! A great way of doing this is by using flashcards or an app like Memrise. Read them all with your native tongue until they are second nature
- Tip #05: Understand idioms because we have loads of them in Spanish! They can make understanding very difficult if they’re not translated properly so try to learn as many phrases as possible from friends and family members who speak fluent Spanish
- Tip #06: Practice just one sentence daily – even if it’s just “I am going shopping tomorrow” That would be 100 sentences a month if you do it every day!
- Tip #07: If you’re thinking about learning Spanish for business, make sure to study some vocabulary specific to that field. This will help with your confidence when speaking at work
- Tip #08: Watch captivating films in Spanish to sharpen up on the language and get inspired too – they can really bring out emotions in us which is great for understanding moods ;)
- Tip #09: Listen to music from native speakers of Latin America or Spain because not only does this teach more about their culture but also improves comprehension skills as well
- Tip #11: Speak often (obviously)! Even if it’s just small talk then keep practicing :)
- The better we practice, the better our skills will be! Tip #12:
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- I hope this helps!!! Let me know if there are questions I can answer for you =) Michaela Larkin-Lemire
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