Many people may feel Spanish is difficult if they’re not comfortable with learning languages. Perhaps you heard it’s best to learn Spanish because it’s an easy language.
The first thing you should focus on is the way you pronounce words in Spanish. The proof of how well you know a language is in how you sound speaking it, not how well you know the rules of grammar.
Work on your “Spanish tongue” this means working on your pronunciation of Spanish vocabulary. The proof of how well you know a language is in how you sound speaking it, not how well you know the rules of grammar. Read out loud from books in Spanish to get a feel for how the language flows.
Use labels in your environment. Do this in as many spaces as you can, whether at home, work or even in your vehicle. Using this method, you’ll start learning vocabulary automatically. If you start to form a good vocabulary in the new language, you’ll reduce the risk of making socially awkward errors.
In fact, as long as the language is still “alive” you will have to learn how to hear the language. Writing the alphabet or the correct way to write a sentence is not enough. You need to be able to understand the language when you hear it. The best results will come from listening to the language whenever possible. You will know you’re on the right track when you can identify your language after hearing a few spoken words.
Simple flashcards are a way you can easily test your knowledge. Using flashcards regularly will definitely improve your vocabulary in the new language. They can help you memorize words, one of the most basic and most crucial areas of building your language skills. You can go beyond simple vocabulary with flashcards, and use different tenses and grammatical rules as well. Carry flashcards with you to work, if you take a train, bus or plane or wherever you go. Use them with someone else and let them quiz you sometimes. The process is extremely simple -on one side of the card, write the word in your own language; on the other side, the same word in Spanish.
Learning Spanish, or any new language, does not have to be a terrible experience. The beginning may be a little rough, but in time it does get a lot better. You will become fluent if you persist and make good use of as many tricks and tips as possible.