How to practice Spanish and learn faster

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I am having trouble in practicing the spanish lesson I'm having right now. can anybody tell me how to speak better and faster in spanish'one more, if you have any references about spanish songs I can listen, I'd really look forward for it. thanks

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updated MAY 23, 2009
posted by Karlina-Diah-Indriasari

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i have to learn spanish so i'll be aware with my honduran boyfriend when he is fooling around!!!!

updated MAY 23, 2009
posted by michelle-ann-de-guzman
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hola i'm learning as well and i'm in high school did you go to college for more studyign'

updated MAY 5, 2009
posted by Louisa-Tillmon
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i dont know whats better if i want to practice my english ,talk to somebady that wants to learn the same thing , or to sombady that wants to learn spanish [color=pink][/color] blank stare so that way we could help each other..? smile

updated MAY 3, 2009
posted by lina17
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www.batanga.com is a large online spanish radio, multiple genres, i listen to it daily

updated ABR 29, 2009
posted by brandon2
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Hi! Don't be afraid to speak with native speakers, spanish speaking people are most tolerant of mistakes! You have already been given great advice, the more you immerse yourself the faster you will learn. I personally would do the free things already mentioned here by SpanishDict members. I try to log on each day and read the discussions. Each time I do I learn a lot. Enrolling in a class forces you to find some structure and set goals. !Buena Suerte!

updated ABR 29, 2009
posted by Pamela-Overmier
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Do any of you have any suggestions(from personal experience)for the best and fastest way to learn Spanish?
I am engaging my Spanish speaking friends at church, and other Spanish speaking people I meet in conversation, limited though it might be. So I am practicing conversation as much as time and opportunity will allow.
I LOVE Spanishdict.com. To date I think it has helped me more than any other resource. I have briefly used several "Learn Spanish" websites, e.g. StudySpanish.com,which I like, and 123teachme.com, which I glanced through but have not used much.
There are also some pay sites that beckon me to bite the bullet and shell out a hundred bucks or so. All with glaring testimonials and money back guarantees.
Only Spanishdict.com has really helped me see progress.
I eagerly await any helpful suggestions you may be able to offer.

updated ABR 28, 2009
posted by Estavan-Sawyer
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I use the "Practice Makes Perfect: Spanish" books form "Dorthy Richmond" or "Dorthy Devney Richmond". I have "Spanish Verb Tenses" it has alot of exercises to practice, also I have "Spanish pronouns and prepositions".I think these books are the excellent. I am still learning, but these books have helped me alot. They cheap on Amazon.com.

Uso todos los libros de "Practice Makes Perfect: Spanish" de "Dorthy Richmond" o "Dorthy Devney Richmond". Tengo "Spanish Verb Tenses" lo tiene mucho exorcizes a praticar, tambien, tengo "Spanish Pronouns and Prepsitions". Creo estos libros son excelente. Todavia estoy aprendiendo, pero estos me ayundan mucho. Estos son barato en Amazon.com

updated ABR 23, 2009
posted by jason4
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Senorita Heidita, gracias. It worked. I have successfully uploaded my new avatar. Could you also advise me on the best method in your opinion for learning Spanish? I just returned from a mission trip with my church to Argentina and fell in love with the people and the country. I have tons of reference material, verb lists, vocabulary lists, books and tapes and friends I can converse with. But I seem to be missing a method to my madness. Gracias por tu ayuda, Senorita.

updated ABR 15, 2009
posted by Estavan-Sawyer
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Well, you have to listen and repeat. Try with some videos, there are lots in youtube.com novelas mexicanas, canciones populares, conversaciones, etc.,About songs, I recommend you Luis Miguel, Maná, Alejandro Fernández.

updated ABR 12, 2009
posted by AntMexico
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Hm...It's good to see you're trying!

I recommend doing lots of things in Spanish. Listen to some spanish music on the radio or on youtube. When you rent a movie, see if there is Spanish available with english subtitles so you know what they're saying. You could even look up spanish books on the library.

Trust me, when spanish is a big part of your life, it comes more naturally and easier.

updated ABR 9, 2009
posted by Estudiante-Adam