Here’s the best way to learn Spanish I’ve found. I have studied both Spanish and Chinese and speak both relatively well. I encountered the method that I will present here while learning Chinese. It’s worked so well for me that I’m pretty fluent in Chinese and the locals don’t know I’m American if they talk to me on the phone or can’t see me.
This method should be applied to any new vocabulary you learn. It is by far the best way to learn Spanish or any other language.
First identify the word you want to learn. A typical lesson in a course has 10 to 30 new words per lesson, so you should do this for each word.
You need an audio recording of the word spoken alone and in a sentence. It should be a native speaker recording.
Listen to the audio recording of the word and repeat it. Keep doing this until you feel like you can pronounce the word fluently and naturally.
Now listen to the word as it is spoken in the sentence in the audio recording. Keep listening and repeating the phrase until it comes out of your mouth fluently and effortlessly. It may take a while, but once you hear the words come out of your mouth so beautifully and effortlessly, you’ll see why this is the best way to learn Spanish.
Once you can do that, move on to the next word. This method takes a lot of time and dedication, but it works.
My Chinese teacher was an old lady who criticized me when I made mistakes in speaking. I was so afraid of speaking incorrectly in front of her that I developed this method. Each lesson in the book had an associated text. Using this method, I went through the text sentence by sentence until I could read the text fluently and beautifully from beginning to end. I started blowing my mind after reading the lyrics like a local a few times.
This is by far the best way to learn Spanish as well. The only problem with using this method is that it can be difficult to find audio recordings of the words you want to learn when you want to learn them. I am currently developing systems for Spanish and Chinese. These are not full-fledged courses, but vocabulary building programs that should be an addition to a regular language course. I didn’t start learning Chinese until I was 27 and my pronunciation is impeccable.
Thanks to Jonathan G Higgins | #learn #Spanish