Marquee Lopez
My Journey Of Learning Spanish Is Becoming So Confusing Now …. I Can Read Perfectly , My Speaking Is Great , I Mastered ALL Basics & Even Have A High Vocabulary . BUT …. The moment a native Spanish speaker says something back to me ….. I HAVE NO CLUE WHAT THEY ARE SAYING TO ME , Even If I Know All The Words Coming Out Their Mouth . I Can’t Put It Into Context At All . WHY IS THIS HAPPENING ? 🥺🥺🥺🥺
Nov 6, 2021 3:33 PM
Answers · 7
Maybe you could try this: 1. keep reading lots of things in Spanish 2. ask your teachers and conversation partners (native Spanish speakers) to read things aloud to you which you have already read --- while you have the text in front of you --- and to read slowly 3. ask your teachers and conversation partners (native Spanish speakers) to practise conversation with you where they speak really slowly --- and talk about concrete situations where you can imagine things happening in concrete situations, or better still, have your lessons with someone (a native Spanish speaker) who lives in the same town as you so you can have lessons in person exploring real situations together like walking around a park pointing out things that are happening, so the situation has as much real context for you as possible 4. then after a couple of months of practising like that, get them to speak a bit quicker
November 6, 2021
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November 18, 2021
Maybe is due to connected speech in spanish, so in my opinion having interesting conversations is the key to be confident. Maybe if you practice with series or movies first, and then you could practice with a native like me (I am from Colombia), I am pretty sure that it will be great for your spanish. Que te vaya bien amigo ✌️
November 18, 2021
Hola, comprender es todo un proceso y me consejo es que tienes que enfocarte más en la experiencia y lo que está a tu alrededor. Las palabras solas no significan mucho pero si lo combinas con todo lo puedes hacer :)
November 11, 2021
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