Category Archives: Spanish Learning Tips

How to Learn Spanish with a Tutor

Some companies hire tutors for certain employees so they can learn Spanish for business dealings. You might also hire a tutor to get personal instruction. If you’re lucky enough to be able to get a one-on-one tutor to learn Spanish with, you should be able to progress quickly. This is even truer if you know…

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How to Learn Spanish Verbs

There’s a rumor going around that Spanish verbs are difficult and confusing. You might even be afraid to try to learn them. There’s no need to worry, Spanish verbs can be learned with just a little attention. One thing people don’t realize is that English verbs are, in many ways, similar to Spanish verbs. For…

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How To Learn Spanish: The Greetings

In your first attempt to learn Spanish, the first thing you will be taught about is greetings. What do you know if you don’t know how to say “hello?” Learning the greetings will help you to learn Spanish in its simplest form because you don’t have to worry about too many verb agreements or word…

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How to Learn Spanish by Getting the Most Out of Classes

After you enroll in a Spanish class, you expect to learn Spanish right away. You might leave it up to the teacher to drill the words and conjugations into your head. You will get more out of it, though, if you do your part to get more out of the class. As soon as you…

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Don’t Become Discouraged

There will be times during the learning process when you feel that things are dragging a bit. This is completely natural, and it specifically tends to happen a few weeks in, when the initial novelty and surprising early progress have exhausted themselves. It is by persisting through these tricky times that you will gain the…

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Why Learn Spanish?

There is a sentiment among many English speakers – frustratingly prevalent for the multi-lingual – that there’s really no reason to learn a second language because everybody else on Earth understands English anyway. Not only is this phenomenally misguided – just you try navigating from rural Spain (or Mexico) back to a safely Anglophone location…

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