Learning Spanish is easy if you have a knack for picking up new words, and you have a great memory. For others, a little bit of help can go a long way. You can enroll in a class but the pace will be dictated by the teacher, and so your progress may not be to your satisfaction.
The thing about learning a new language is the excitement in being able to understand and apply the language whenever you want. Why not? This is an achievement worth talking about, literally. To help you fast track your learning process, here are some tips you can find use to adding Spanish vocabulary to your current repertoire.
You can also download language CDs from the internet. This will give you additional instruction that you may not find in a classroom. It could simulate different situations and how to talk your way through it in Spanish. The beauty of this is the pace - which you control.
Learn a New Word A Day
This is not hard at all. You can pick up a word or two every day and use them the entire day. It will help ingrain the word and its meaning into your memory banks. If you feel a word is too easy, then go for a phrase like a greeting, “Como estas?” or “A donde vas?” for “how are you” and “where are you going, respectively.
Definitely, something to interest the ladies is shopping with a twist. Go to a store owned by a Spaniard, and try to buy item using Spanish. It will be a lot of fun because most people are thrilled when someone shows an effort to learn their language. You could pick up a lot of new words and friends at the same. Vamos!
Learn Spanish songs
Spanish songs are some of the most beautiful tunes in the world. Romantic ballads are simply to die for. Just listen to Julio Iglesias and start swooning. Of course, remember to listen to the words and understand their meaning.