¡Bienvenidos! This website is designed to guide you in
your pursuit of learning Spanish. Learning a new language requires time,
dedication, and hard work. This site provides useful tips and strategies
to accelerate your learning.
¡Hola! My name is Señora Guerrero, welcome to Spanish
is Easy & Fun to Learn. I have been teaching Spanish as a
foreign language and English as a second language for several years. My
credentials include a M.A. in Linguistics, a B.A. in Spanish, and
Middle/Secondary Endorsements in Spanish and ESOL. I have taught a variety
of skill levels and ages. This website includes language learning tips and
activities. Remember to to have fun and practice often. If you have
comments or questions related to language learning or this website please
contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Why Study Spanish? There are many practical
reasons to study Spanish which include experiencing new cultural
perspectives, earning credit for secondary or post secondary schools, and
creating career possibilities. It is important to set a purpose
and find reasons why you want to study the language. Maybe you want to
learn enough phrases to communicate and travel in Mexico, increase your
skills at work so you can communicate with diverse cliental or become fully
bilingual. Setting a
purpose for your language goals will help you stay on track and provide
motivation for learning.
Finish this sentence. I want to
learn Spanish because ...
- Make flashcards of vocabulary
and review them daily for short periods of time.
- Review work that you have
already mastered to refresh your memory.
- Write difficult words several
times over and over. Say it out loud. Use it in a sentence.
- Use mnemonic devices (games or
tricks) to help you remember certain words.
- Most texts have a vocabulary
list or teachers provide them. Work with a friend, parent or a classmate by
having them say the English word and you say the word in the other
- Find a native speaker to
- Drill and practice on websites
such as www.studyspanish.com
or access the Home Tutor from Avancemos at classzone.com.
- Make flashcards with verbs on
one side and endings on the other. Choose a certain verb tense and
practice the various forms.
- Use the verbs in sentences and
say them out loud.
- Work with your teacher/friend
before or after school or at lunchtime.
- Make sure you schedule time to
practice. Set aside at least 10-15 minutes everyday for practice.
Helpful Spanish Websites