With only some exceptions ofc. But its still shit for me when it comes to trying to pronounce basic spanish sentences and words.
- People who learn at least 2 languages
I learn spanish for over 2 years in school and can't say two sentences right, just want to end it next year
well sucks to be you in my experience spanish is the language all the retarded kids took
Spanish is very easy to pronounce in my opinion. As long as you understand the alphabet and how each letter is pronounced along with some rules with certain words you should be fine. I'm Spanish 3. My issue however is writing sentences because there are so many tenses and conjugations for each which i need to memorize. Also my vocabulary is an issue.
For pronunctiation, the first thing you need to do is forgetting about how things are pronounced in english and focus on the spanish way. From my experience listening to people, the biggest problem to english speakers are the pronunctiation of the vocals, because they just do it the english way. In Spanish, every letter represents 1 unique sound, and that's always like that and how you must pronounce it.
I'm taking a college spanish class, and the accent marks are hard af for me... I keep forgetting them.
y spanish when u can learn chinese xd kappa
half of this thread's comments got deleted over some insults and swear words LUL
I've been taking Swedish for 3 years now since I came here, still can't pronounce anything properly. Arabic ruined my tongue
I took it when I was HS exchange student in America. Its only annoying because you always had to pay attention in that class.
you gotta practice these phonemes that are unknown to you. It also happens to latin-language speakers when trying to speak english, there are some sounds that we can't naturally pronunce, so just keep practicing.
Americans trying to figure out genders in words must be funny to watch.
It's so easy, because i speak a latin language.
I understand 50% words in spanish without learning.
Why do you have to learn spanish if you're building a wall to keep the latins out?
Just try, I'm sure must spanish speakers will understand you, with practice you will git gud
Why would you try to learn that pleb language. LUL
Just stick with English. Let them learn your language.
Im learning spanish with a friend of Argentina over skype, and i teach him some japanese, very cool dude
I think that is more difficult for a native english speaker to learn spanish than for a native spanish speaker learn english
The best thing you can do is speaking with someone native of a hispanic country and learn how they pronounce it, mexicans, colombians and argentinians have the most clear accents I would say
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