Is it Possible to Learn Spanish in Just 10 Days?
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The idea of learning a new language Learning A New Language Gets Easier With Lingua.ly On Android Learning A New Language Gets Easier With Lingua.ly On Android Lingua.ly took a different route with its language learning. It combined self-learning with a daily habit – browsing the Web. Now, it has launched an Android app to help you learn on the move. Read More in just 10 days sounds absurd. Learning a new language completely will certainly take longer than that, but you if done correctly, you can actually manage to lay down a solid groundwork and actually begin speaking Spanish How I Finally Learned a Different Language. And You Can Too. How I Finally Learned a Different Language. And You Can Too. No single language learning app is the magic wand. The secret to learning a new language is a blended solution. With desire and motivation you too can learn any foreign language. Read More (you may be able to apply these techniques to other languages, too).

So how can you pull this off? Just check out the infographic below and follow the steps. Before you know it, you’ll be ready to talk in a language other than your native one.

Via Thomas Cook

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  1. JP Smith
    August 1, 2016 at 9:58 pm

    Just one thing about the cognates portion of the infographic. "Embarazada" is not a cognate. It does not mean "embarrassed". It's actually Spanish for "pregnant".

    • JP Smith
      August 2, 2016 at 3:46 am

      Nevermind. Apparently, it is I who should be embarrased.

  2. Immersion
    April 8, 2015 at 10:59 pm

    I believe on this. As a Spanish Teacher, sometimes I get people who is going to travel in a week. So, I have to be very precise. There 6 main gramatical structures (Estructuras perifrásticas). Those are very easy to use and help a lot for good results.

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    April 7, 2015 at 10:41 am

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  4. Doug Jensen
    April 7, 2015 at 12:36 am

    This, and the two major companies that bombard the airwaves with claims that you can learn a new language in a few days or weeks are lying. What you CAN do is learn to SPEAK a small number of key words and phrases well enough to do a few things that are important to you (which depends a LOT on which country and whether you are there on business or pleasure). What these "instant language" courses and learning techniques CAN NOT do is to teach you to UNDERSTAND 99.999...% of the foreign language conversations. So if you are going to France or Japan (for example) on business, there are maybe a couple dozen words and phrases that it is important for you to be able to SAY (obviously starting with polite ones, like "Good morning," "Good afternoon," "Good evening," "Please," "Thank you," etc.). I picked those two countries because they, Japanese especially, regard U.S. natives as barbarians, and are shocked that you even try to speak a tiny bit in their language. The Japanese are typically pleasantly shocked (like us hearing a dog speak a line of Shakespeare), and the French are typically contemptuously shocked (like when you ignorantly accidentally say something like "Your mother ate my taxi"). In the business world, a little bit of effort to understand and adhere to foreign cultural norms and language can get you amazingly ahead of the game in the foreign country, especially for business. There are good books to teach you cultural norms--you must read at least one before you go. One thing that does is give you a clue about what key words and phrases you must learn to speak--don't worry so much about understanding their speech, it is essentially impossible without a great deal of work unless you are a small child (they pick up language very quickly). You, however, will be equivalent to a baby trying to carry on a conversation with no knowledge of vocabulary and grammar. An example: in Japan (where I have been numerous times on business, but tourists take heed as well), you must know the somewhat tricky protocol for introducing yourself to your client, host, etc. The book will instruct you on the protocol for who bows how deeply when, depending on your relative status. You say "My name is Jensen" (first names are never used except in very limited cases, see the book) as you bow and hand over your business card using both hands, and spend at least 5 seconds paying total attention to the card your conversant has just handed you the same way. The minimal polite phrase is (using English words for you to pronounce it remotely correctly) is "Haw gee mee mash eh tay Jensen dess." That will sound crude to them (eg., because you have to get the syllable emphasis right) but they will understand--and appreciate--it. A faster and more accurate way to learn to speak half decent key words and phrases than the courses is to know a person whose native language you are trying to use--and ideally in your field of business so they can help you select the essential words and phrases. Don't be fooled by the exaggerations of the foreign language course ads--know what you need to know and focus on getting that as good as possible. My bare survival minimal business Japanese words and phrases were taught me by a native Japanese speaker in the 10 days or less referred to here. In Japan, I am often complimented with surprise by someone saying that I have almost no U.S. accent using those key words and phrases. One last hint: oriental languages are INFINITELY more difficult to even get a bare minimum ability to speak a few key words and phrases in, than is Spanish (probably the easiest one). The eastern European and Nordic languages are killers too.

  5. Hildegerd
    April 6, 2015 at 8:17 pm

    Donde estas questa umbrella?

  6. Frank K.
    April 6, 2015 at 6:16 pm

    Me gustan las imagenes de los gatos.

  7. Rob
    April 6, 2015 at 5:40 pm

    Some good suggestions. It helps to have a spanish-speaking friend to correct you...

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    • satya
      April 6, 2015 at 8:30 am

      Some of the ideas were extremely good.