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United Kingdom grund 
Going on holiday next year, and seeing as I have a lot of free time, I thought I should try to learn some Spanish to help me when I'm out there. I've never tried to learn a language before, and most of you guys have. So I'm just wondering if there is any correct approach to learn a new language, eg. should I start with speaking/reading/listening etc.. Also, if anyone knows any good websites or software, that would be great too :) Thanks for any replies and help :D
2013-11-04 14:47
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Denmark kroxie 
gogo !! google translate bro! it can read to!
2013-11-04 14:48
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United Kingdom grund 
That's what I normally resort to when I'm talking to someone in a different language :/ but I think it would be a lot more useful to speak it myself, I personally hate going on holiday and feeling like a tourist :(
2013-11-04 14:56
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Venezuela cubek 
Reading, listening and then speaking, that's how i learned English
2013-11-04 15:00
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United Kingdom grund 
what was your schedule like? How long to speak basic level, did you practice every day?
2013-11-04 15:03
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2013-11-04 15:05
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2013-11-04 15:50
Learning the grammar structure of the language is the most important thing, then memorizing as much vocabulary as you can (start learning the most used common words first). After that, everything else will become a lot easier, like reading/listening. But since it seems you need to learn the language as fast as possible for travel reasons. I would put A LOT of focus on "Listening". You can always find a way to make yourself understand in some way, like pointing in a map or hand gestures,etc. But if you can't understand what ppl are saying to you, you are pretty much fucked.
2013-11-04 15:57
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United Kingdom grund 
Thanks man, that seems the best way to go I think :)
2013-11-04 16:14
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