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introduction to spanish

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i want to start the basics in Spanish and how to start about it to be more perfect.

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updated JUN 19, 2008
posted by diva-sniper

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hola
sorry i have replied to you. Between school, family, & a full time job i don't much time but i am really going to try and make the time cause i need all the help i can get. I'm going to join the beginners group for spanish so maybe will meet there.

thanks josh

updated JUN 19, 2008
posted by j-hundley
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I can help with with some of those, but to describe the pronunciation is difficult (but not impossible) without a microphone. In any case, you'll have to ask one question at a time. What would you like to learn first? The sounds will be learnt best with audio clips, but at least I can tell you how similar are to English, what the differences are, and how should you place your tongue, lips, etc.

updated JUN 7, 2008
posted by lazarus1907
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My advice:

The only advantage of Spanish over English is its logical spelling system. Most letters represent only one sound, and a few ones two, but always following strictly regular rules -no exceptions. Learn these simple rules, and you will be able to read 100% of the words accurately, and you won't have to spend years asking "how do I pronounce this word'". Avoid those absurd phonetical transcriptions to aid with the pronunciation.

updated JUN 7, 2008
posted by lazarus1907
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Hi J
It will be difficult to learn how to speak on a forum. You will need to enrol in a local Spanish class or at least follow a Spanish course using books and discs.

updated JUN 7, 2008
posted by Eddy
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hy name is josh and im tring to learn some spanish. i just started class. im really not sure want to do here but im looking for some help saying the words. stress accent and more thanks.

updated JUN 6, 2008
posted by j-hundley
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Hi Diva
For a start, we have a Spanish beginners group here with 344 members. Why don't you join and be number 345. Select groups and you will see the Spanish Beginners section. See how you get on from there.

updated JUN 6, 2008
posted by Eddy
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