Is there a recommended format for learning Spanish?

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I have been teaching myself Spanish for the past six weeks. I bought books on Spanish verbs, and vocabulary. I have cd's that I practice with, but I seem to bounce between the different media and I'm not sure exactly what I'm retaining.
I was wondering if anybody had any advice on learning Spanish. Perhaps there is a proven method or format that could be more useful than randomly practicing Spanish on different media.

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updated MAY 23, 2008
posted by alex

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thanks everybody for your input

updated MAY 23, 2008
posted by alex
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Read in Spanish as much as you can, listen to a course cassette or cd and try to speak the language whenever you can: You can start here, in the forum. We're here to help each other... Try writing in Spanish instead of English. Good luck alex!

updated MAY 23, 2008
posted by Benz
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As you know many people have the same problem when they start out learning Spanish as well. As for myself I started out taking class in HS and continue in college. And some of the best advices I got was to travel to a Spanish country for a semester or two......or once you understand the Spanish language structure then you can try one of the language exchange program......using Skype.

muchas suerte

updated MAY 22, 2008
posted by Henry-D
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Alex find yourself an El Salvadorian woman to help you. I love my teacher for her kindness and understanding. Her patience with me and the consistance she displays with me. I am learning a lot.

updated MAY 12, 2008
posted by Cooly-High