What would you recommend me to learn Spanish as a very very beginner.
I wanna learn Spanish, but I never learn it before. So where should I start to learn? Letters? Grammar? Or simple words?
Jun 16, 2020 7:08 AM
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I’ve started watching Spanish series and movies on Netflix. My favorite one is Velvet. I now understand the basic greetings and a few sentences
June 16, 2020
Hi there! This is a really good question! Every time we want to learn a language we ask ourselves that same question. I strongly recommend to you to use what is called "the lexical approach" - a quick internet search will explain it better than I possibly ever could -
Try to learn phrases of the language.
Hola, cómo estás?
Gracias por todo
Nos vemos luego
And the most important part. Use them like there is no tomorrow! Use these phrases at least 5 times a day.
If you follow this, you'll be surprised how fast you learn

Hope this helps. All the best to you!


June 16, 2020
Vocabulary is super important. I looked up the most popular 500 words in Spanish. Put it into Ankidroid which is great for memorization. From there if there's a word I don't know and I think it's helpful or super funny I will put it in. I've seen huge improvement using this method, only knowing a bit 3 months ago and now I have around a b1 level.

Listening and talking to natives. Asking them common frases.
Most of all don't be afraid to make mistakes. And have fun😁 It's such a beautiful language
June 16, 2020
Hi Rachel! As an Italian speaker my Spanish learning process was really easy. But I recommend you to start with some easy YouTube videos in which you can learn some basics. Then you can start with songs and some easy tv series. When you start "understand" the basics you can switch to some grammar and continue the listening process with it.
June 16, 2020
Language Skills
Chinese (Mandarin), Chinese (Cantonese), English, Spanish
Learning Language
English, Spanish