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Salutations.

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I saw that this website, which I've been using for some time as a resource in learning the Spanish language, has a forum, so I figured I would drop by and say hello.

While I have had but a single year of Spanish in school, I feel I'm progressing nicely, and I hope to continue my endeavors using this site as a resource. I think knowing a second language is a great tool, especially for the traveler (although that is not something I would call myself).

Anyways... 'sup'

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updated JUN 26, 2009
posted by Nick-Koontz

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When you start getting into Learn Spanish 1.9-4 Paralee Starts speaking Spanish.

updated JUN 26, 2009
posted by eric_collins
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In my opion they start to get harder after about 1.10,ther is alot of work in learning a language

Yes, I don't anticipate breezing through the conjugation.

I hope I keep up with it when it becomes work.

Angela

updated JUN 26, 2009
posted by fogette
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Instead of starting a new thread, I'll start in this one. I'm brand new and have completed the first two, 1.1 and 1.2. I've been listening to Spanish language podcasts and think I've learned more in a few days here.

I've been listening to latin music while I'm online to try to get "the ear". On one of the songs I thought I heard "mantequillo". That doesn't sound like a word usually heard in a song so I checked the lyrics. He was comparing how well they got a long to butter and jam. So I guess I may learn something after all!

It is nice to see so many helpful people in a forum. I'll be back to ask questions when I have them.

Angela

In my opion they start to get harder after about 1.10,ther is alot of work in learning a language smile

updated JUN 26, 2009
posted by eric_collins
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A link that explains "especially" versus "specially"
http://englishplus.com/grammar/00000287.htm

Even native speakers are confused. smile

Angela

updated JUN 26, 2009
posted by fogette
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What's up' ¿Que tal?

He's abbreviating it just like you did especially.
I do not abbreviate, but I might misuse some words. So, specially is totally unfit for for the way I used it'

updated JUN 26, 2009
posted by Zoltán
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Instead of starting a new thread, I'll start in this one. I'm brand new and have completed the first two, 1.1 and 1.2. I've been listening to Spanish language podcasts and think I've learned more in a few days here.

I've been listening to latin music while I'm online to try to get "the ear". On one of the songs I thought I heard "mantequillo". That doesn't sound like a word usually heard in a song so I checked the lyrics. He was comparing how well they got a long to butter and jam. So I guess I may learn something after all!

It is nice to see so many helpful people in a forum. I'll be back to ask questions when I have them.

Angela

updated JUN 26, 2009
posted by fogette
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Yeah I know, but I still probally wouldent if we was allowed to...

updated JUN 26, 2009
posted by eric_collins
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The forum rules actually ask that we do not use slang, especially acronymns for the sake of learners.

updated JUN 26, 2009
posted by Nathaniel
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Yeah, "Sup, OMG, LOL, G2G" that is all inproper English slang, and I know it all LOL but I don't use it on here for the sake of English learners.

updated JUN 26, 2009
posted by eric_collins
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'sup'

Nice to have you, especially since you write English so well, although, the ending of your salutation does puzzle me. I do learn a lot from people like you.

What's up' ¿Que tal?
He's abbreviating it just like you did especially.

updated JUN 26, 2009
posted by 0074b507
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'sup?
Nice to have you, specially since you write English so well, although, the ending of your salutation does puzzle me. I do learn a lot from people like you.

updated JUN 26, 2009
posted by Zoltán
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