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spanish help?

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6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months ago
hi guys does anyone know the easiest way to learn spanish, i dont have alot of spare time so wondered if anyone knew the best way to learn it thanks
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6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months ago
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#1
Rosetta Stone is really good. Clicky.
#2
Live in the country for 6 months?
#3
Doesnt sound easy for someone without a lot of spare time!
#4
I have a AA essential spanish deluxe unopened, inc 3 disk + book, with video, exercises etc in if you want buy/Trade
#5
thanks guys for the positive replies, no point going there to live for 6 months if i dont know anything to start with!
i dont have alot of spare time but i will be returning in 2011 so would like to have learnt enough by then
mrman that sounds good except i dont have a video player unfortunately but thanks
i will have a look at your link creilly thank you also :-)
#6
I had a learn spanish cd set by Michel Thomas- it's one of those "no books" ones. I used to listen to it when I was driving and actually I thought it was really good. I think there is a beginner's one, and then also an advanced set. You don't really realise you're learning it as you have to do a lot of speaking/repeating (hence why it was good when I was driving on my own in the car), and I had good results. I found his description of the subjunctive a bit vague though, you will need a book for that, but I think it's a really good way to start/refresh.
#7
wulshaz
thanks guys for the positive replies, no point going there to live for 6 months if i dont know anything to start with!
i dont have alot of spare time but i will be returning in 2011 so would like to have learnt enough by then
mrman that sounds good except i dont have a video player unfortunately but thanks
i will have a look at your link creilly thank you also :-)


No problem! It is expensive, but then you get what you pay for!
#8
My Spanish coach for ds/psp etc is good for learning words.
#9
i could learn in the car also as thats quiet time!
my son has a ds will maybe look into that also thanks guys :-)
#10
Dora?
#11
looks like the rosetta stone spanish is a little cheaper to get on ebay although most are selling the full 5 stages by the looks of things.
#12
dora? dont know what that is!
i am having a look at ebay just now :-)
#13
Hi , it's a 3 cd rom course with book for PC if that's any good :)
#14
wulshaz
dora? dont know what that is!
i am having a look at ebay just now :-)


You've never heard of Dora the Explorer???

http://www.babble.com/CS/blogs/strollerderby/2009/02/Dora-the-explorer-large.jpg
#15
oh right heard some of the kids at school mention dora but i have all boys so no not really! :-)
#16
mrman007
Hi , it's a 3 cd rom course with book for PC if that's any good :)
what are you looking to trade or how much were you looking for it?
#17
This will get you started quickly BBC Spanish
#18
a 360 game??
#19
woolym thanks for that will have a look :-)
#20
mrman007 i dont have any but my son does! what one were you thinking and i can ask?
#21
I would recommend this: BBC Talk Spanish

I'm a beginner but have been using this for a few weeks, and have picked up quite a lot. The book's well set out and easy to use. The CDs are useful too.
#22
wulshaz
mrman007 i dont have any but my son does! what one were you thinking and i can ask?

Hi after assassins creed 2, or something similar, or blu rays thanks :)
p.m and let me know thanks :)
[mod]#23
mrman007
wulshaz
mrman007 i dont have any but my son does! what one were you thinking and i can ask?

Hi after assassins creed 2, or something similar, or blu rays thanks :)
p.m and let me know thanks :)


Guys, ALL trades must take place in FS and not via PM in Misc. If you wish to make any trade please ensure that a thread is started in FS and continues in there until agreed by both parties - at which point it can be taken to PM
#24
no worries andy i dont deal via pm,s :-)
#25
thanks mrman007 a will just leave it for now :-)
#26
My Spanish friend learned much of her English by watching TV. It's a great source of real language. Most European DVD releases should have multiple audio tracks, so try looking there. Turn the subtitles on too, it'll make it easier.
#27
that sounds a good idea thanks :-)
#28
wulshaz
thanks mrman007 a will just leave it for now :-)
ok bud ;)
#29
This site seems to be good, might be worth a look.

Clicky
#30
thanks marina looks good :-) a luv your pic its cute :-)
#31
wulshaz
thanks marina looks good :-) a luv your pic its cute :-)

You're welcome. My avvy? Thanks Shaz : )
#32
I am in the same boat, learning spanish, the best start for me so far has been the following website.


You have to sign up for 10 free lessons and they will send you a couple of emails, but the lessons are absolutely fantastic.

http://www.learnspanishtoday.com

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