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Spanish is a complicated language and the one that says otherwise it’s a liar. The language of Cervantes is composed of many variations and exceptions, so that the same phrase can be constructed in very different ways, without changing its meaning. Native Spanish speakers are able to understand all these variations and normally use them without much effort. With which, although it is true that phonetics is easy to understand, some phrases can be very complicated to understand for people who have not learned Spanish since childhood.

It is true that those countries in which Romance languages ​​are spoken such as French, Italian or Portuguese, have it easier since grammar has certain similarities with Spanish. But you also have to keep in mind that each country has its own rules and customs. For example, there are words that are used in Spain, but not in Mexico and vice versa. However, this does not mean that learning Spanish is an impossible mission. Of course, it requires effort and time. But to make it easier for you, here are some tips to learn Spanish faster.

  1. Study Spanish abroad

It is proven that anyone learns Spanish faster when they are immersed 24 hours in a native-speaking country. Therefore, taking a Spanish course in Spain or any Latin American country is the best way to learn the language, while living new experiences.

  1. Read in Spanish

The level of Spanish can be greatly improved by reading small articles or short stories on a regular basis. It is also an excellent method to learn common words and expressions quickly. In this way, in addition to learning phrases that you can use in your daily life, you will gain greater confidence in your reading and writing skills.

  1. Organize your work and yourself

We currently have many resources available to learn Spanish, so it is easy for us to be overcome by notes, notes, books and Internet pages. Therefore, it is important to make sure you review everything we have learned and understand it. Then we can organize the material in a way that makes it easier for us to follow it. And there is nothing more desperate than constantly looking for key information among the hundreds of sheets of paper we have on the table.

  1. Label everything around you

Both the students themselves and the teachers agree that labels are a very effective method to memorize important words and phrases in Spanish. For example, you can place them on the furniture with a post-it with what they mean to memorize them while you move around the house. In this way, you can concentrate your efforts on perfecting your Spanish in the most important areas.

  1. Watch movies with Spanish subtitles

This is one of the easiest and funniest activities to learn Spanish. Try to spend time watching TV and movies in Spanish or watching them in your native language but with Spanish subtitles. This is very useful when we want to improve our spoken and heard Spanish. We recommend that you try to watch movies that you have already seen since in this way you will not have to focus so much on the plot and you can focus more effort on the language itself.

  1. Use memory cards

A vocabulary card is a small card or piece of paper that you can carry during the day and you can look quickly if you need it. If you hear a word very often while doing your daily routine, write it down on a card. Also, if there is any word or phrase that resists you, write it on a card.

  1. Distribute your time

It is impossible to learn everything at once, but it is usual for us to study the week before or the night before. Ideally, you better distribute your time and do it in short periods through small weekly tasks instead of giving yourself the binge before the exam. In this way, you can also know what you are missing and concentrate on improving them before the next class so that the learning process is more effective.

  1. Join a Spanish-speaking community

Many people around the world want to learn Spanish like you. You can find communities of people who want to practice with other Spanish students. Nowadays, thanks to new technologies and communication facilities, this is very simple. Also, if you live in Spain you can meet them in person and go out together.

  1. Try not to make vocabulary lists.

It is proven that to speak Spanish Languages ​​to learn Spanish vocabulary list with the word in Spanish and its translation into your language is not very useful. Try other resources such as drawing, making cards in which the word in Spanish appears on the side and on the reverse side the drawing or translation, etc.

  1.  Talk with your friends.

Take advantage of the good climate that is created in class to get to know your classmates more and practice with them the language you learn. You can learn a lot from their mistakes, and they can learn from yours, so leave the shame at home and throw yourself into talking.

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  1. Listen to people.

Spanish is spoken on the street, and you want to learn the language. What better way to learn it directly from the people who speak it? Go outside and listen to the people talk in the subway, in the parks, in the shops, in the bars … In this way, you will know what the colloquial language of the Spaniards is like.

  1. Relate with natives.

You arrived in a  country where the main language is Spanish they have numerous possibilities to interact with natives. Many exchanges are organized. Do not miss the opportunity to talk wherever you are, as it is the best way to learn.

  1. Read and see the TV in Spanish.

Once you’re in Spain or Mexico, everything you’re used to seeing in your language will be in Spanish: newspapers, television, the internet … Take advantage of this situation to learn from all these stimuli. Do not watch TV in your language if you can watch it in Spanish, even if you don’t understand it all day. It is a matter of patience.

  1. Be patient.

Learning to speak a language requires patience. At first, it costs, like everything new, but little by little you get used to it and you begin to understand more and more what is happening around you. No matter how long you are in Spain, from the day you arrive until the day you leave the evolution will be constant, and you will be surprised at how much you can speak and understand in Spanish while you are on the plane back to your country.

  1. Look for other communicative resources.

When we speak with someone in a language that is not ours, and we do not find the word we want, we tend to translate it into English or another language that both partners understand. In Spanish class try not to translate and always look for ways to express what you want. Even if you don’t have the exact words you can make use of resources such as gestures, mimicry, drawings … The teacher will tell you how to say it in Spanish, and in this way, you will always remember the new word better since you will associate it with the gesture or a drawing.

  1. Do not be afraid of the mistake.

To be wrong when you learn a language that is not yours is not bad, but quite the opposite. The error indicates that you are struggling in your learning, and in fact, it helps you learn more and better. The natives who listen to you will value your effort, and not if you are wrong or not.

  1. Use monolingual dictionaries and find images on google.

Any time you work with dictionaries it is much better if this is monolingual. This will help you learn even more Spanish. Another technique to learn vocabulary is to search for words on Google and see images that represent them. Try using bilingual dictionaries only in cases such as when a word does not allow you to continue reading in Spanish.

  1. Find online resources.

When you return to your country do not stop studying Spanish. On the internet, there are many resources to do so.

In short, remember that learning a foreign language can be challenging and frustrating at times. Progress will depend on the effort you dedicate and the resources at your disposal. But think it can also be very fun and rewarding. If you really want to learn Spanish, you must put your heart and soul to get it. With an hour from time to time, it is not enough, but you need to create a learning plan and fulfill it. Good luck!