How to Teach Yourself Spanish-Discover What You Gain by Studying Spanish by Yourself and What You Loose by Studying it in Class

If you decide to subscribe to a Spanish class, you could encounter at least one of the following:

• The teacher might use outdated methods or a Spanish learning program that you don’t like at all,

• Your classmates are with different abilities – it’s either your level of Spanish that does not match theirs or visa versa,

• You cannot learn talking in Spanish fast and easy – because it’s only your teacher who is expert in conversational Spanish, while most probably your classmates are not Spanish natives,

• A half an hour daily occupations are much more worth – they both save your time and money – compared to going to Spanish classes twice a week for two study hours.

• These 4 hours in a class a week are considered the reasonable minimum for a language class study. However these 4 hours bring you just a tiny progress, if any.

Now, let’s go into some details. You want to study conversational Spanish.

This means you want to be able to understand, to talk about whatever subject you need to.

You also want to achieve a decent pronunciation, similar to the one of Spanish natives.

Let’s go on comparing the situation when you study in class and on your own.

In a Spanish class you not only lack the opportunity to listen Spanish language from many sources, but you also have a little time to speak.

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Let me ask you some questions, and you could keep the answers for yourself.

• Do you think that your voice will be heard many times (more than 20) during a class with 15 other people, who are also beginners like you?

• Can you repeat every new word a couple of times till your pronunciation matches what you hear?

• Do you think there would be enough time for the teacher to correct every single syllable you pronounce incorrectly?

• After every single sentence can you tell the teacher to stop because you want to repeat it slowly, word by word, a couple of times?

I’d better stop asking, I suppose the answer is NO to all the questions.
There is one sheer conclusion – just listening to a Spanish speaking person brings you nothing.

If you want to get fluent in Spanish, you’ve got to talk.

You’ve got to repeat everything you hear. You’ve got to do it many times, till you start to resemble the Spanish voice you hear. You’ve got to imitate – otherwise you’re lost.

In a Spanish class, all you hear is your teacher, along with some phrases badly composed by your classmates.
You’ve got almost no opportunity to talk a lot, to speak a lot, to repeat everything and to pronounce not only the new phrases but also the old ones.

At home, with your finger on the ‘play’ button and your ears close to the speakers, you have all the freedom to repeat and speak as many times as you want.
What is more, you are able to immediately correct yourself and brush up your speaking skills.


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