Learning Spanish: Begin By Listening – Part 5

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To maximize our brain’s ability to store visual and auditory impressions in the target language, we must constantly, each day, create an atmosphere in which we are hearing and seeing the language we seek to acquire in an immersion situation. This is not only possible to do in a country in which the target language is not spoken but is being accomplished all the time. Mexicans living and working in the Mexican resort cities have learned English and continue to learn it without the advantage of living in America or in any country in which English is the main language. Though extremely advantageous, it is not absolutely required to live in the country where the language you seek to acquire is the predominate language.

One of the chief complaints of students, young or old, who seek to learn Spanish is that what they hear is “machine gun Spanish.” They’ve reached a point in which they can say pretty much what they want to say in Spanish but when the native Spanish speaker replies to them, the response still sounds very much like a string of gibberish. I can attest to this.

I am at the point where I am just beginning, after more than four years...

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