What's a fast way to... learn a Spanish speech??
learn a spanish speech?
Welcome to the forum. You could first start with the proper capitalization and punctuation of English and then provide a more understandable question. Are you trying to translate a speech written in Spanish? This is what your question implies. However, I'm thinking you probably meant to ask "What's a fast way to learn to speak Spanish?"
Based on the likelihood that Yesero correctly interpreted your question I would say this:
The fastest way to learn Spanish (as for any language) is to live in a country where you can hear your chosen langauge being conitinually spoken around you. In other words you are surrounded by native speakers speaking the langauge naturally. In addition to this you can take classes in that same language, in your case, Spanish. In this way you can learn how to write good Spanish in a grammatically correct way as well as learning idiomatic expressions (modismos) from the natives around you.
However,..I must add a word of caution/warning: . there are No short cuts to learning any langauge ! The way I have mentioned above is nearly always the quickest and most effective method of learning any language but no one can learn a language overnight ! It takes many months, in reality, years given to learning a language before you can develop sufficient proficiency (skill) to become fluent. with perseverence, committment and dedication.
So while I would encourage you to begin that exciting jourmey to learn Spanish don't expect to become fluent after a few lessons or a few months.
People here will help you as you seek to develop your interest and ability in learning Spanish. " ¡ Qué Dios te bendiga ! "
HI, have a look at this thread, and make a search, you will find a lot of help on older threads.-
I have been studying the language for three years and I still wouldn't call myself fluent And I am okay with that. It takes time and a L O T of hard work!!
It is possible to be able to present a speech in Spanish, provided you have the proper coach. I had to present a speech in a Spanish speaking church, but had help with both the proper translation and pronunciation.
Even if you are not fluent in Spanish yet, you must be able to understand the words and phrases in your speech. Write notes in the margin if you have to. If you don't know what you are trying to say, you won't be able to pause at the correct times, nor will you be able to add the proper emotion.
It is possible. It is not easy if you aren't completely fluent, but with the help of a Spanish speaking person you can pull it off.