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Hi all, 

I've recently decided to give learning Spanish a go. I know only a little bit of Spanish, but I thought 

I would try and see if I can increase my fluency of the language. 

 

Previously I've been studying Japanese, but I've found it too difficult to study by myself. 

I'm thinking that Spanish might be easier for me, as the grammar is more similar than Japanese-English. 

 

Does anyone have any tips for a person getting back into learning Spanish? 

(I guess I have to find out how I am going to utilise the language...)

 

Cheers, 

Anton

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5 hours ago, Anton said:

Hi all, 

I've recently decided to give learning Spanish a go. I know only a little bit of Spanish, but I thought 

I would try and see if I can increase my fluency of the language. 

 

Previously I've been studying Japanese, but I've found it too difficult to study by myself. 

I'm thinking that Spanish might be easier for me, as the grammar is more similar than Japanese-English. 

 

Does anyone have any tips for a person getting back into learning Spanish? 

(I guess I have to find out how I am going to utilise the language...)

 

Cheers, 

Anton

Welcome Anton!

Nice to have you here on linguaholic.com! Is English your mother tongue, then?

I do agree that studying Japanese on your own is super hard, as it is really different from English. Spanish should be easier for you to study on your own. Most definitely. 

You could probably check out some of the modern language learning apps to help you get back into it? Duolingo or Memrise maybe? There is also another one called Fluencia which might be worth a try. 

Have a great day.

Lingua

 

 

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Thanks, Lingua :)

 

Yep, English is my mother tongue. 

 

Ah, cool. I check out Memrise and Fluencia. I already have Duolingo on my phone, which I just started using. 

I'm also trying a podcast (CoffeeBreak), and seeing how that goes. I guess it all adds up.

 

Hopefully, I will be able to complement my Spanish learning with some real-life use of the language. 

 

Bye for now, 

Anton

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