4 Easy Ways to Take Your Spanish to The Next Level

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Here are 5 easy ways to practice Spanish every day. Use them all and you WILL learn Spanish. The important thing is to do these consistently. The most important key of all is motivation - you have to really want to learn it to reach fluency.

Make flashcards and review them every single day

Get those words down pat. When you have those words down, make more flashcards for new words. This doesn’t have to be a very time-consuming activity. Flip through them whenever you have a spare moment. I grew up making flashcards on index cards, but these days, there are apps you can download to create flashcards on your smartphone. Do what works for you.
By keeping handy Spanish flashcard apps with you on the go, you’ll always be ready to learn more.
If you choose wisely, you’ll find that the right Spanish flashcard app will make learning simple, easy and entertaining.
While you’ll be getting rigorous linguistic training, you’ll be having more fun than ever.
And, after integrating flashcard learning into your daily routine, Spanish will always be present in your mind.

Don’t just read the flashcard silently in your head

Use this opportunity to speak Spanish out loud. Repeat the word to yourself. Get your mouth used to the way that speaking Spanish feels.

Take every chance you can get to speak Spanish with a native speaker

Take every chance you can get to speak Spanish with a native speaker. If you’re a beginner, this will be little, but it will grow over time. If you preface it with, “If you don’t mind, I’d like to practice my Spanish” (“Si no le molesta, me gustaría practicar mi español”), they are usually only more than happy to help.

Speaking Spanish with a native speaker is kind of like getting a pen pal, except instead of writing to each other you talk to each other. A teacher, a tudor, a friend, any person that will have conversations with you one on one in Spanish (or whichever foreign language you are trying to learn), can be considered a language partner. It’s kind of a fancy of way of saying ‘private tutors’. In this digital age, it’s easier than ever before to have a native speaker teach you Spanish.

If you don’t have a native speaker on hand, or you feel unready to be speaking Spanish with a native speaker (though again, the sooner you can get over that hurdle, the better off you will be), repeat sentences and sounds to yourself. Get your mouth used to speaking Spanish. Practice it by yourself so that it feels natural when you are speaking it with others.

Get out a grammar book and study the grammar

Get out a grammar lessons online and study the grammar. The grammar will be what gives you the knowledge to form sentences. You can’t learn a language without it.

You can writing some creative prose or even contributing to a daily diary in Spanish, you must make a point of writing in Spanish every day. Start a Spanish learning blog if you like.

The only way to perfect Spanish grammar is to put your skills into practice and find out where your doubts lie.

Those four steps will help you build vocabulary, a grammar, train your ear to hearing Spanish, and get you used to speaking Spanish. Do them every day, and believe me – you will get good at Spanish.

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