As we enter into the third, fourth, or fifth week of restrictions as a result of the world-wide crisis that is the coronavirus pandemic, adjusting to the situations can be tough, especially if you do not have a job to work on all day.
You have probably tried doing a lot of stuff to keep you busy, but time is not moving as you expect it to move. Well, have you tried learning that new language as you self-isolate yourself or stay quarantined at home?
Learning a new language can be a great deal in pushing time, especially if done in a fun way. Well, here are some fun ways of learning that new language you have been passionate about.
About 43% of people around the globe speak two languages. There are many benefits to learning a foreign language. For example:
● It can improve your memory
● It boosts brainpower
● Increases the capacity of your mind in other areas
● Can improve your native language, as well
People have different motivations for learning a new language, which we’ll talk about later, but no matter your reason, it’s not always an easy feat. Learning a new language is hard and can often feel overwhelming, especially if it seems so different from your native tongue.
But, there are different tips and tricks you can use to make the process easier on yourself. It’s important to keep in mind that learning a new language is a lot like learning to communicate all over again. You probably don’t remember learning how to talk as a child, but the steps are similar. You’ll learn in a variety of different ways, including picture-based learning, conversing with others, and practice and repetition.
So, how can you make learning a new language less frustrating and even a little easier?
Spanish is no doubt one of the most popular and useful languages to learn today. Not only is it spoken in Spain and the Canary Islands but throughout most of South America, Central America and is the second language of the US.
By helping your child to learn a foreign language such as Spanish you will help them grow up with more opportunities to be successful anywhere in the world.
Spanish is a fun language which most children enjoy learning. It is also an easy language to pronounce once you have learnt the key sounds.
In this blog post we will give you some ideas to help your child learn Spanish whilst at home over the next few months whilst the schools remain closed. Continue reading
You may have been thinking about learning Spanish for a long time now but have been putting off getting started because you thought you would never have enough time to dedicate to it. Well, since the majority of the country and world are now stuck at home in quarantine, you probably have more time on your hands, so why not make the most it and use it to your advantage by getting started learning a new, popular language like Spanish!
With advanced technology today and an increasing number of language learning apps and websites at your fingertips, there has never been a better time to learn a foreign language!
Not only can you learn to understand and speak Spanish from the comfort of your own home, many of these resources are totally free to use!
In this week’s blog post we will tell you about how you can get started learning Spanish or new ideas for those of you who are already learning Spanish but want to try different methods. We want to make your time at home as valuable and enjoyable as possible and hopefully the ideas here will help you achieve that. Continue reading
Whenever you go on holiday the last thing you want is to fall ill or have an accident and end up at the doctor’s surgery, chemist or even the hospital! However this has sometimes happened to some of the people that I have taught Spanish to, so they were very thankful that we had covered this topic in Spanish – just in case!
Don’t let an illness spoil your holiday. If you learn just a few key phrases and learn to understand the questions that the doctor or pharmacist is likely to ask you, you will have a much more stress-free holiday.
In this blog post we will teach you a few of the key words and phrases to express feeling ill or being in pain. Continue reading
In this blog post we will point out the essential benefits of learning a foreign language online. Continue reading
I have noticed that beginners of Spanish often make the same kinds of mistakes. If you learn about these easy to make blunders from the beginning you will be more likely to avoid making them yourself.
Spanish is a different type of language to English therefore the grammatical structure and phrases are often very different to how we say things in English. Learners of Spanish often want to transfer something in English directly into Spanish, however this does not always work!
In this blog post we will point out the most common mistakes to avoid as a beginner of the Spanish language: Continue reading