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Marie92

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About Marie92

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  • Currently studying
    Spanish
  • Native tongue
    English
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    English
  1. I believe tu is informal and Usted is formal. For instance if you are talking to a friend or someone very familiar you use tu. If you are talking to your boss, an older person, or interviewer you use usted.
  2. Thanks for that information. I may have learned it a while ago, but the refresher was great. It makes sense.
  3. I originally started taking Spanish because I had to take it in high school, and I grew to love it. Now, I would love to learn it fluently. I have taken a few courses after high school. I think I need more interaction in order to learn it fluently.
  4. I read that the best age to learn a language is very young. When children are young, they soak up information like a sponge. This makes it easier for them to retain information. Therefore, it can become like second nature to them.
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