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Speaking and understanding when spoken too

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I am have a terrible time understanding when some one is speaking to me or pronounce words correctly when trying to speak spanish. What would help me or make it easier'

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updated ENE 5, 2009
posted by Michelle-Palacios

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The best advice I can give you is keep trying and practicing. But another thing that might help is to subscribe to some Spanish podcasts and listen to them on a regular basis, it will help not only with understanding, but with pronunciation. Also listening to spanish music will help. Other than that, there is no way around practice!

updated ENE 5, 2009
posted by LAtINaPunKROcKerAConFundidA
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Practice. There is videochat here on the site, if you don't have the ability to participate in that there are many movies that you could watch with native Spanish speakers, that way you can learn proper intonation. There is always television. The biggest difficulty that I had when learning Spanish while speaking to people wasn't quite so much the intonation it was my mind being able to catch up to their words. After you can do that, you'll start picking things up pretty quickly.

updated ENE 5, 2009
posted by Nathaniel
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Practice.

Sorry, but there's no shortcut.

By the way, you posted this thread twice. Please delete the other one.

updated ENE 5, 2009
posted by 00bacfba
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