I used to think I knew everything about spanish. I thought my mother tongue was perfect, so I’d study it, but the truth is that I knew very little about it when I was younger and I couldn’t speak it fluently. Now that I’m older, I’ve really had to learn more about the language in order to communicate with my Spanish speaking friends.
My first language was Spanish. I knew it backwards and forwards, but I wasnt fluent in it. I only tried speaking it for about five minutes a few years back, but it was enough time to be able to speak with a few people. Now that Im older, Ive really had to learn more about the language in order to communicate with my Spanish speaking friends.
It can take a long time for someone to learn language, especially if youre speaking it fluently. It is important to speak with a person who is fluent. That has to be one of your best friends. You can learn to speak Spanish, but you will still have to learn to be fluent.
Spanish is a very difficult language to learn. It is difficult to master the Spanish language because it is a language that is so complex. Even if you are fluent in a language, you will still have to master the words, the grammar, and the syntax. With that being said, Ive seen just about everyone in Spanish speaking situations speak fluently. It is only the people that are a little bit more eccentric that can actually be expected to master the language.
I have to agree with you there. Even though I’m fluent in the Spanish language, I still have to start learning every single word, every single sentence. I can still learn the basic grammar, and I still feel like I just need to get to the nitty gritty of everything and learn the syntax.
I agree with you. I think it is a language issue. I think I would be more at ease speaking Spanish if I could pick out the exact words and phrases that are going to be required from me.
I don’t think it’s just language. I think it is a cultural issue, because I think the Spanish people still don’t know how to speak English and they have to figure out the Spanish language first before they can speak English.
The reason why you can’t pick out the exact words and phrases that are going to be required from you is because you live in a society that doesn’t really have a “culture” to speak of. If you were to speak with your own family you would probably just be able to pick out the most common things you used to say and use them, but if that’s the case you should probably get some other language to practice.
I was about to say that it’s kind of nice to have a language that you don’t have to understand to speak. But I think that your words and phrases are already going to be in a different language to the rest of the world and that makes them useless to it. So it seems like it becomes a waste of time to speak English.
This is also true if your language isnt the same as the rest of the world. English is a very common language, but it also has a wide variety of ways of expressing the same thing. Some people like to use the same, and others like to use completely different ones. So if you want to use the same, you should definitely learn Spanish. But not if your language isnt the same as the rest of the world.