Trying to learn Spanish

Hi everyone! Welcome back to my blog after what has been a long two-year break!

Have you ever been in a situation where you’re trying to learn another language, but when people speak to you in that language, you have no idea what they’re talking about? This post is about those types of situations. Enjoy! 🙂

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2 Comments

  1. Hahha love this! I bet your Spanish is really good. I have been learning Spanish (on and off) for three years now and still not learned all the tenses. I love it but I really struggle with it at the same time, especially now I am in England and don’t hear it as much.

    Going to plug on and hope that one day I can have a full blown conversation! Lol

    1. Hahaha thanks chica! I completely understand what you mean – there are so many different tenses to learn, and within that there are various forms of the same word. Even native speakers struggle with this, as some friends of mine had an argument about the correct way to say something – I had to find out all the verb conjugations for that word to find out who was right (there were 9 pages of screen shots to scroll through, though) haha.

      And yes, you’re right, it does help being in a Spanish speaking environment. Do keep going!

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