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The most basic thing that is possible to know about any new language that you are willing to learn is the alphabet, since there might be some different letters depending on the language, as it’s the case withSpanish for the letter "ñ", which you probably have not seen before and you must learn it to incorporate it into your vocabulary.
When we want to study a new language, we usually have the need to buy a dictionary or to install a translation app. Although this an ideal option, we all know how cumbersome some translations are. But it seems that the end of manual translations is coming.
Wagner Moura is quite a skinny guy, he is not Colombian, and as recently as 2 years ago he didn’t know how to speak Spanish! Yes, you read correctly, Wagner Moura couldn´t speak Spanish before he started filming Narcos. In spite of this, Netflix still chose him to be Pablo Escobar. One day, he got a call from Netflix...
You have no time to study new languages. That’s nothing new. You want to learn a new language, but you work an 8-hour day, you´ve got shopping to do, and you still want time to hang out with your friends. Long story short, you don’t have time for language lessons. Don’t worry, nowadays, there are other ways to learn languages, even with a busy schedule. But first, you have to become a time-management expert . You have to adopt some habits right away, but the good thing is, they´re free...
This post highlights the 5 most common Spanish mistakes that foreign language learners make. If you are learning Spanish, you will possibly make some of the following mistakes. Learn from them and avoid repeating these mistakes. You can achieve this goal if you practice writing and speaking with Spanish speakers.
You´ve probably heard many reasons for learning a new language: more job opportunities, broadening your horizons, meeting new people, having better travel experiences and so on- but when it comes to learning Basque, the motivations include and go beyond these.
In my opinion, learning multiple languages is almost inevitable in the modern world. Learning a second language will introduce new opportunities not just in your personal but also in your professional life. As Frank Smith said, “One language sets you in a corridor for life. Two languages open every door along the way” and I totally agree with him.
Learning a second language is an invaluable skill that can pay off in so many different areas of life. Not only does your mind expand and become sharper on picking up other languages, or patterns in how you use your primary language, but knowing a second language opens doors for teaching, employment, and the wonderful world of travel. The question is, what is the best way to effectively learn ...