What are the best sites to learn spanish?
By Rajesh babu
April 22, 2009 6:02am CST
I would like to know best sites belongs Spanish Language and i really don't know sites much so anyone help me to find out the best sites. How do you learn new languages? what are the sources we need to find to learn? is it necessary to train the language under the trainer? what are the best methods to learn Spanish?
• United States
23 Apr 09
if you know how to use a search engine, then you can use tutorgig. it is a search engine for tutorials. are you capable of looking up free sites to learn Spanish on? Are you capable of self study? If you can answer yes, then you can use tutorgig. As I have stated before tutorgig is a search engine data base.
19 May 09
You can try www.livemocha.com One can learn and teach many languges on this site. I just started a discussion on this, you can check it out. As for best methods to learn any language; here goes what I think. Well, learning languages should be a multipronged process. Dont rely on just one source to learn a language, especially only books. Books will not help with the pronounciations, more so if you learning an entirely new language. Chances are you will give up if use only books as thats a very dry way of learning languages. Try to make friends who speak the language you are learning. Listen to songs in that language and watch movies with subtitles. You will always end up learning about ten words after watching a movie. This will also reinforce the memory of words you have already learnt. Listening to songs and watching movies will also give you an idea about the general way in which words are pronounced in that language. Well here are few words I know in spanish. Do check the pronounciations. Perro- Dog Hombre- Man Mujer- Women(pronounced as mukherr) Nino- A boy (pronounced as ninyo) Nina- A girl(pronounced as ninya) Rico- Rich (pronounced as rriko) Pobre- Poor Delgada- Thin Gorda- Fat Manana- Tommorow(this one is an english word too) Anciana- Old Joven- Young As a rule J is peonounced as Kha. Think of how kha with the dot beneath it is pronounced in hindi and urdu, quite close to that. Good luck!