Do you speak spanish Fluently?If your answer is yes,then where are you from?
4 Jun 09
Hello my friend seymiss Ji, It is graet wonder for me to discover, that there is no member among us from Spain. I checked with the help of myLot population clock. But there will be many speaking spainish. I am sure, you will get some one speaking here. May God bless You and have a great time.
6 Jul 09
I'm from Malaysia. I studied Spanish in university. However, until now, I can't speak Spanish fluently. The most difficult part is the conjugation. You have to change the verb according to the person. I always mix up on that. Besides that, I'm also confused about the gender of noun. For example, la mesa, el dia. I watch Spanish movies in order to improve it.
22 Jun 09
I am learning Spanish, although I am not fluent. I moved from England to Spain last year, and, although I started to learn from books and online courses, I am learning more just from using it in everyday situations and reading. It's easier for me to understand written Spanish, as native speakers tend to speak too fast for me to catch everything. The secret is to be confident, and not worry too much about making mistakes. Spanish speakers appreciate that you make the effort to speak their language, and will help out if you get it wrong. Spanish is actually much easier to learn than French, as one word in Spanish will often cover many situations.
22 Jun 09
Hi sandra! Thanx for your respond.I wish i was in your shoes, living in spain *_* But anyway maybe my chance will come around.I speak spanish fluently too.I took classes for that but i knew how to speak before i took those classes from movies,novelas...well but the classes did improved my knowledge and the spanish language itself.My teacher is from Barcelona but has been living here for 8 years now.Keep practising you''ll get the hang of it besides your living in the country itself.wish you all the best.
• United Kingdom
20 Jun 09
I have been learning Spanish and I began evening classes in it last year. Since September I feel I have made some progress but I am far from being fluent in it. I come from England. Many of my friends on the same course as me like visiting Spain for their holidays. My tutor comes from Venezuela. I visited the Seychelles and think it must be a wonderful place to live.
22 Jun 09
Hi,thanx for your response,well on the other hand my teacher was from Barcelona.I hope you can get the hang of it pretty soon.If you keep on practising there will be no stopping you ;-)anyway well seychelles is a wonderful place but now were in economic problems.Have a nice day!cheers.
• United States
15 Sep 09
Nope I can not speak it fluently. I actually can speak it enough to order food as I worked with spanish speaking people in a restuarant in my younger years. I can also ask where things are such as the bathroom and introduce people, say thank you and your welcome and how are you and stuff like that. But that is about as far as I have gone with speaking Spanish in other words if I had to I could speak enough of it to get myself out of a pinch, but not enough to actually sit and have a decent conversation. I am from the United States.
• United States
1 Aug 09
Hi seymiss! i learn Spanish language for six months in college, but i can not speak fluently , i only can go slow word by word . According to my Hispanic friend, she said my tongue is too short, i probably will never be able to speak fluently in my life. This is so discouraging, i am giving out hope to learn speaking Spanish now.