It has actually been a lot of fun, albeit hard. But check out my list down below and see if any of these tricks will help you!
It saddens me to see posts and videos on social media that show people degrading others for speaking another language in public. These individuals are in for a big shock since a number of bilinguals in the U.S. are projected to grow and keep on growing for the foreseeable future. Multilingualism is the future - and you bet that I am going to get on that train now.
One of my favorite ways to practice Spanish is to listen to music. With a good beat and a catchy melody, vocabulary and grammar comprehension is easier to learn when paired with music.
This past Tuesday, I was finally able to register for the classes that I will be taking in Salamanca. As I get more information in, I will update this post so that you can have a clear idea of what my schedule will be.
It is pretty crazy to me that just a year ago, last May, I was taking my very first Spanish class. I have worked so hard, and I'm honestly proud of my progress.
For most of us, that can be pretty hard when you are on the go, but these two apps help me keep up with it no matter where I am.