Posted by: Orekh Schriftsteller | June 8, 2010

How to Learn The Spanish Language (1)

 How to Learn the Spanish  Language

  • There are many unusual things in the Spanish language, making it difficult for some people to master. For those who really want to learn, however, learning Spanish means applying yourself in the areas of not only speaking the language but also listening to it and writing and reading it.
    Step 1 Learn the Spanish language’s parts of speech. They are eight main or basics  and these are: verbs, adverbs, nouns, pronouns, adjectives, prepositions, interjections and conjunctions.
  • Step 2  Understand  Spanish vocabulary. If you’re speaking to someone and don’t understand what they’re saying, you can remedy this by one of two ways: find a dictionary or ask them to explain.
  • Step 3  Know how to pronounce words. Listen carefully when others are talking so you can mimic their pronunciation. You can also listen to CDs to learn how to pronounce words correctly.  Our  Spanish Club offers a CD set that teaches the more than 52 sounds of the  Spanish  language. See Resources below to get these CDs.
  • Step 4 Read the classics and other books in  Spanish . Reading is one of four skills you need to learn the  Spanish  language. The others are writing, speaking and listening.
  • Step 5  Practice writing  Spanish . Understand when to use capital letters and when to use lowercase letters. Work on spelling and punctuation to be sure you’re writing it correctly. Use the spelling and grammar check in your word processor to check yourself.

There may be a classes that your employer offers to help you learn Spanish. We will be posting Spanish and French mini-lessons.  Another way to is through real life practice check

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