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Best Ways to Learn Spanish

Many people mistakenly believe that learning to speak Spanish, or any other foreign language, is a time consuming process that forces you to be practically shackled to your computer or your desk, listening, memorizing and repeating words over and over until you’re sick of it.

Of course, that may have been the way to learn a language decades ago, but today’s incredible advances in technology, plus breakthrough studies on how the mind learns and retains language, have made learning Spanish much more fun and easier than you can imagine.

Obviously the best way to learn Spanish is to study abroad.  When you’re immersed in the culture and faced with the necessity to get around using the language every single day, you’ll pick up new words, phrases and concepts much faster than doing regular “book work”.  If you can’t afford to study or travel abroad, you can immerse yourself in the language at home.  Watch some TV shows or movies in Spanish and listen to Spanish music.  You can also supplement your language skills by taking a course at your local university, or by using an online software program to play games and quizzes while you learn new words and grammar.

Creating your own type of “Spanish language environment” is a great way to create your own immersion no matter what resources you have at hand.  Since there are many different courses out there structured to meet your unique needs, it’s important that you choose the course that is very convenient for you.  You don’t want to be chained to your computer desk for hours on end or deal with boring repetition and memorization, right?  Today’s Spanish language programs let you take them while you’re on the go – listen to them in the car on the way to work or on your iPod or mp3 player while working out.

Today’s Spanish courses are also made to fit your busy schedule and routine.  You’ll learn the most common words and phrases first to help you feel comfortable and at ease practicing the language.  Take every opportunity you can to try out your new-found language skills by talking to native speakers wherever possible.  It also helps to supplement your new found skills with things like flash cards, small trips to areas in your town where Spanish may be spoken (even the local Mexican restaurant!), and immersion courses as many of them are offered at local universities.

Learning a foreign language is the first step toward an accomplishment you’ll be very proud to practice again and again.  A new language opens up an entirely new world of food, friends, culture and history.  You can learn a new language no matter how old (or young) you are, and no matter whether you’ve had any “formal” language training or classes before.  And there’s no better time to start than right now!