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by Juliana Foley AFFILIATE

How to speak Spanish

If you're looking for some basic answers on how to speak Spanish, then this article was written for you.

Specifically, we'll discuss the differences between Spanish and English, the alphabet, and some basic vocabulary words that will help you when learning Spanish. By the time you have finished reading this article, you'll know how to speak Spanish properly. So, let's get started!

Starting to learn new language

When trying to learn a new language, it's always a good idea to start with a question that asks you to do something - anything - more accurately and clearly than just "I'm speaking English."

This is particularly useful if you wish to learn to speak Spanish while you travel. Think about it - how many people really know how to speak English properly when they are away from their homes?

How many people can name an English word properly (without sounding too much like an American)? How many people can name even the most common vocabulary words in English?

You may think that asking "how to speak Spanish?" and how to say how are you? Should only be necessary if you plan to travel to a Spanish-speaking country.

However, even within the United States, there are many regions where the spoken language differs from the mother tongue.

Even in major cities, a native speaker of Spanish might be making it very difficult for you to understand them. And speaking correctly is absolutely essential if you want to succeed in any business, academic or social setting.

Learning the Spanish language

Learning the Spanish language isn't a problem at all if you go to a school or program that specializes in this type of learning.

The language specialist will teach you the proper way to pronounce each of the words and the correct construction of sentences.

Furthermore, you'll learn how to correctly integrate images and pictures into your conversations. Once you learn how to speak Spanish, you'll be able to use it effectively around friends and family as well as when making regular telephone calls.

It won't take you long before your friends start to ask you if you can explain the meaning of a certain word or phrase - and your explanation will come naturally.

 

If you have access to a Spanish-speaking friend or family member, your conversations will be even more enjoyable.

However, if neither of these is available to you, there are other methods of learning the language on your own. This way, when you start asking "how to speak Spanish?"

Textbook or resource

To begin, you need to choose an appropriate textbook or resource which will teach you how to speak properly.

Keep in mind that this is not just a "teach you how to speak" class. You will also be learning grammar rules, correct pronunciation, and how to correctly say words and phrases.

You should look for a resource that deals specifically with learning the Spanish language.

You should also find one which offers audio tapes as well as real one-on-one interviews with native speakers. If you can find a combination of resources - books, tapes, and interviews - you'll be well on your way.

How you're going to study

Once you've chosen your books, you'll have to decide how you're going to study. You could choose to learn from the book itself using a Spanish-English dictionary or grammar book.

Another option would be to buy a Spanish-English audio CD. You can also find many audio classes on the Internet. If you can devote some time to really studying and learning how to speak Spanish, you'll be speaking fluently in no time.

How to answer the question, "How to speak Spanish?" is really quite simple once you know what you are trying to accomplish.

You'll find that it will give you tremendous results if you stick with it. The more you practice with your chosen language learning method - using all of the resources which are available - the better you will become at speaking the language. Just keep in mind that you won't become fluent in any language overnight.

 


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