what is the quickest, easiest way to learn to be fluent in spanish...cheaply
Hello and thank you for consulting Just Answer. Learning a second language will take time and effort. Your affective filter, psychological blocks, must be low so that you will nonetheless be ready to learn a new language. Quick ways to learn Spanish are to immerse yourself in the language, take community college classes, use a book in the series "Spanish for Dummies", and possibly try software like Rosetta Stone Spanish available on Amazon. Speaking will be much easier to learn than writing.Jordan131441028.5962528125
Hello, and welcome to Just Answer.My name is XXXXX XXXXX X have been a Professional with Just Answer since 2006. It will be my pleasure to help you with your Spanish question.The previous answer contained some good suggestions, but I wanted to provide you with additional information which will be helpful in learning to become fluent in Spanish. First, you need to surround yourself with the language so you can get as much practice speaking and hearing it, as possible. You can accomplish this by listening to Spanish radio and watching Spanish TV stations. Also, if you have any friends, coworkers, etc. who are native Spanish speakers, try to have conversations with them as often as possible. Some inexpensive and/or free online programs that will help you learn Spanish and practice your conversation are:http://www.spanishprograms.com/http://onlinefreespanish.com/http://www.spanishdict.com/learnhttp://www.lenguajero.com/ (this is great for conversational Spanish practice)http://www.studyspanish.com/http://www.openculture.com/free_spanish_lessonshttp://radiolingua.com/shows/spanish/coffee-break-spanish/I've personally found Rosetta Stone to be way too expensive and slow-paced for what it offers, and for your specific purposes. The Pimsleur Approach might suit your needs. It is also costly, but they have a 30 day free trial, so if you try it and don't think it's for you, you can always return it and not lose anything. Please read more, here:http://www.pimsleurapproach.com/learn-spanish/I wish you much good luck with your Spanish!
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