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I studied Spanish for all four years of high school and have almost nothing to show for it besides, As is painfully obvious from this thimbleful of Spanish I retained after high school, my relationship with the language never left the classroom and thus never really came to life. I needed expert advice so I consulted two guys with a lot to say about the Spanish language: Luca Lampariello, who hails from Italy and started teaching himself Spanish as a kid (he also speaks English, Russian, Mandarin, Japanese…), and Babbel’s polyglot-in-residence Matthew Youlden.
Here are their tips for learning Spanish (or any language for that matter).
This is also the secret to retaining what you have learned.
As Luca puts it, “My parents had some good Spanish friends who came to eat at our place once a week, so I was able to practice with them.
If you travel to Latin America or Spain, don’t just fall back on “¿Habla inglés?
And as Luca elaborates, “democratisation, democratización, démocratisation, democratizzazione …
you can learn four languages at the same time.” An authentic accent: the final frontier.
Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese and Romanian can barely consider each other “foreign languages” since they all evolved from Latin.
These “Romance” languages have such similar vocabulary, syntax and grammar that they are more like siblings.