Reflexive usage of puedo practicar
A friend was going to a local mercado for some spices and I said I wanted to go along "so I can practice my spanish". Since I would be practicing on others I'm guessing this would not be reflexive. "Puedo practicar mi Español."
However, if I were going to sit in the car and practice alone, would it be reflexive since I'm practicing on myself? "Me puedo practicar." ?
"Me puedo practicar" means practicing myself, but you are practicing Spanish - not yourself.. What you're trying to say is, "Yo solo puedo practicar."
In the examples you give you would still say "Puedo practicar...", even if you are not talking to another person.
In fact, I'm not sure that it would ever be grammatical to say 'me puedo' for anything, unless the following verb is reflexive.
Doh! Of course. I get it now.
Estoy apriendo pero mas despacio. íGracias, mi amigos!
I don't think so. Either way (alone or on someone else) you are practicing Spanish , you are not practicing yourself.
Oops. Already answered.