I have taken a couple of semesters of Spanish but I am finally getting serious about learning because I am going to Spain in September. For anyone who is learning or had learned Spanish (or another language) what resources helped you the most? It is a bit overwhelming how much there is to choose from (Duolingo, Memrise, books, audio programs, etc) so I would love to hear what is worthwhile and what isn't.
Thanks for any input!:)
Why not Spanish: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIdFcLCIJQ_YMrormG_nU8w
Hoy Hablamos: https://www.hoyhablamos.com/category/podcast/
I'm 23 and from Spain. if you want to practise and improve your Spanish I could help you. Also I'm interested with an exchange of languages.
I’m an E-learning expert Spanish teacher. I help English speakers who are really interested to learn Spanish to achieve their goals 🎯 in a very structured way with my academic 💻 E-Learning Spanish programme. If you want to learn more about my programme:📅 Book a TRIAL class with me
There is no better way to learn it by using it. Specially if you are going to a country as Spain. People tend to speak really fast. Even myself as a native speaker had some problems at the beginning. I did my master in Corporate Communication for a year in Madrid, Spain. If you are interested, you can practice with me. I could prepared you a survival pack with local phrases so you won't have problems interacting with native speakers. The only thing i'd ask is if we could talk in english. I'm C1 but as i said, practice is everything. Leave me a message if you liked my offer 😄