Spanish-speaking speculations: how to learn Spanish

Cecilia Conte
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Cecilia Conte

French and German Language Guru at Jabba Jabba
Hi there! My name is Cecilia, but you can also call me Cece. I’m of French, German and American nationality. Being trilingual in French, German and English has helped me a lot, with employment, my studies and my everyday life. I also speak decent Spanish and I am determined to learn many more languages in the future (such as Italian but also Arabic)! I think that meeting people and talking to them, be it during travels or at a café, is the best way to learn a language!
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Being trilingual in French, German and English, Spanish is the first language learned as a non-native speaker. I want to tell you a bit about my experience! I started learning Spanish in high school in Berlin. To do that, I had to drop Latin classes. No regrets there, even though I study archaeology now.  Speaking Spanish is more useful than knowing how to translate verses from the Iliad! I this post I want to give you some of my top tips on how to learn Spanish; things I wish somebody had told me before I started out!

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Top 10 Unusual Ways to Practice a Foreign Language

Anna Gevorgan

Anna Gevorgan

Hi. I am Anna. I am a currently a postgraduate student at University College London Institute of Education. I am studying lifelong learning and I am a lifelong learner myself. My native tongue is Armenian, I am fluent in Russian and I have a good command of Spanish. Professionally, I am a qualified teacher and have been teaching English in universities and language schools for more than 12 years.
Anna Gevorgan

Top Ten Ways to Practice a Foreign Language.

Looking back at my study time in Spain, I miss the quality of life, great food and warmth of the local people. Unfortunately, not very many people in Spain spoke foreign languages where I was (in fact, some 65 percent of the Spanish population speaks no English at all).  Lucky for me, I knew some basics before moving there, but I still needed to brush up on it to get the most out of being there and start communicating with people in full. Life in the city where I lived offered a variety of affordable opportunities and here is what I did to advance my knowledge of Castellano. Wherever you may be, hopefully you’ll find this list of ways to practice a foreign language helpful!

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