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  1. Well, if you are learning Spanish, it is important to first determine whether you want to master the dialect from Spain or Latin America. As for vocabulary and grammar, I believe you can do that from anywhere in the world and there is no need to travel to a Spanish-speaking country. Chances are, most speakers do not follow grammar rules in their speech. However, for listening and speaking skills Spanish-speaking countries can help you a lot to overcome the speaking barrier and you will train your ear to fast-paced speech. So, if you want to become fluent both on paper and in person, my best advice would be to study first the grammar and vocabulary basics at home and then travel to advance your skills with native speakers.
  2. Hey Brian, One of my favorite TV shows that I had a better time understanding is Friends! It also has a lot of American slang and idioms.
  3. Hey guys, My name is Nana and I am new to this community! I am fluent in 4 languages (Armenian, Russian, English, French) and currently I am working on my 5th one (Spanish)! Most of them I learned in school when I was young and now I am learning Spanish in college. But I know that for a lot of people the foreign language curriculum is not useful and mnay people cannot learn languages efficiently in school setting. So, I was wondering if you guys have personal experience you could share and tell everyone what works for you best. And, of course, any tips or recommendations (online apps or programs or youtube channels) or anything that helped you become one step closer to mastering a language is more than welcome!
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