I bought two chocolate bars yesterday at Walmart. It’s true. I have two chocolate bars in my fridge right now. That example is meaningful for me.
Memorize useful phrases
Have you ever been worried about learning Spanish grammar? Memorizing phrases can help you learn grammar unconsciously.
Just type “Spanish phrases” on google and you will get lots of great articles.
Imitate native Spanish speakers
This is a technique that can help you improve your Spanish pronunciation.
Basically, you need to copy (imitate) what a native Spanish speaker says, exactly.
You need to listen to a native Spanish speaker and pronounce the words he says.
When I was learning English, I got a book and its audio, and would play short phrases, and repeat after the audio. My goal was to read as fast as the man in the audio.
If you use this technique, you will reduce your accent and pronunciation problems little by little and will become a confident Spanish speaker.
This is probably my favorite technique. Narrating stories can help you become fluent in Spanish.
Read a short story, piece of news, or any content that interests you in Spanish, and then narrate it to a friend that can correct you.
Remember, you are trying to develop a skill, so you need practice and feedback because practicing something incorrectly can be worst than not practicing at all.
What if you ever feel like giving up? Let’s find out what you can do.