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6 Reasons Why Everyone Should Really Learn Spanish

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We’ve read the arguments for learning French, but let’s be honest: Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, Russian, or any other language with growing global importance would be a better choice.

 

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Learn the Spanish language from the comfort of your own home. If you are looking for a proficient and fun way to learn the language contact us for information, and free level test. With your personal code you can access our platform, so no CD's or download required, and accessable from any computer or Ipad. Our Spanish native teachers in Spain guide and evaluate your progress, through online one-on-one sessions. Personal learning!

 

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Spanish may be the best choice of all for a second language, which is why its popularity in schools is soaring worldwide.

Here are some reasons why you should estudiar.

 

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Learning a language, or other new endeavor, can help maintain brain function

Learning a language, or other new endeavor, can help maintain brain function | Learn Spanish | Scoop.it
By Fred W. Wright Jr.Times CorrespondentPeople who are bilingual have a greater resistance to the development of Alzheimer's disease, according to a recent study from York University in Toronto.
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The report also said being bilingual may be a weapon against the deterioration seen during aging. The study determined that learning a second language, even later in life, delays the decline of important brain function. A set of cognitive processes known as "the executive control system" — which allows people to think in complex ways and controls the allocation of attention — is enhanced in people who are actively bilingual throughout their lives.

 

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11 ways to learn Spanish or any foreign language

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There is all kinds of advice out there concerning how to learn a foreign language and specifically Spanish. I think I'll join the pack and chime in with my advice. So…. tada….

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here’s my handy dandy list of 11 things you should do to learn a foreign language.

1. Sign up for a class.

You have many options here.  You probably have a Community College (also know as a Junior College) somewhere near.  They most likely offer foreign language classes.  Stop by and get the current class schedule and see if they have night classes, summer classes or even special adult classes.  You might even want to talk with the head of the foreign language department to see what’s available.  If you can’t stop by, they probably even have their course listings on the internet. Look ‘em up.  Your local university probably accepts non-enrolled/part-time students into lower-level classes.  That could also be a good option. Another option:  Your local adult center, besides offering exercise classes and weekly Bingo, they probably offer French/Spanish lessons.  If you’re learning Spanish, it’s a pretty widely-studied language, so you’ve got that on your side.

The main point here about signing up for a class, is it will help you keep progressing.  Whether you know next to nothing, or you’re already pretty fluent, getting out to a class and learning or even helping others will help keep you from stagnating in what you know.

2. Buy (and use) a dictionary (or three)

This sounds pretty straightforward, and it is.  Get yourself a good, two-way Spanish <-> English dictionary (or use Tomísimo online).  When you run into words you don’t know look them up.  If you don’t have access to your dictionary, write down the words and look them up later.  When I was in Costa Rica studying Spanish, I carried around a small notebook writing down all the words I heard but didn’t know. Then at night, I would look up all the words and study them.  It helped immensely.

 

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6 Reasons Why Everyone Should Really Learn Spanish

6 Reasons Why Everyone Should Really Learn Spanish | Learn Spanish | Scoop.it
We’ve read the arguments for learning French, but let’s be honest: Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, Russian, or any other language with growing global importance would be a better choice.
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Spanish may be the best choice of all for a second language, which is why its popularity in schools is soaring worldwide.

Here are some reasons why you should estudiar.

 

#Learn #Spanish #online

Learn the Spanish language from the comfort of your own home. If you are looking for a proficient and fun way to learn the language contact us for information, and free level test. With your personal code you can access our platform, so no CD's or download required, and accessable from any computer or Ipad. Our Spanish native teachers in Spain guide and evaluate your progress, through online one-on-one sessions. Personal learning!

 

sonja@spanish-school-herradura.com

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#Learn #Spanish #online

Learn the Spanish language from the comfort of your own home. If you are looking for a proficient and fun way to learn the language contact us for information, and free level test. With your personal code you can access our platform, so no CD's or download required, and accessable from any computer or Ipad. Our Spanish native teachers in Spain guide and evaluate your progress, through online one-on-one sessions. Personal learning!

 

sonja@spanish-school-herradura.com

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Rolling Out an iPad Pilot Program, With Eyes Wide Open - Professional #Online #Spanish

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One of California's poorest school districts, the Coachella Valley Unified southeast of Los Angeles, is currently rolling out iPads to every student, pre-K through high school.
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The possibility to offer Spanish courses online gives our Spanish school in Spain the unique opportunity to bring our product to the clients in the privacy of their own home, or at a school anywhere in the world. For more information contact me, without any strings attached: sonja@spanish-school-herradura.com

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Spanish Online developed for children and teenagers. Learing through professional educational platform, and interaction with Spanish native teachers in Spain. Learning the language in an efficient, interactive and communicational way.

 

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Infographic: Busting Myths About Online Learning

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The Getting Smart Team is excited to share the latest resource to be added to DLN's Smart Series collection -- a new infographic from Digital Learning Now! entitled “Busting Myths About Online Lea...

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We professionally support schools abroad by online testing of the progress the students have made with their Spanish Classes. We use a special platform simular to Skype, that the students can download free of charge. Along with the testing by qualified Spanish teachers, the students can access a platform with educational sources and documents and join forums to get support or answers to their questions. During the online sessions we use video's and powerpoint presentations that work very well for younger students, and beginners.

 

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Karii Contreras Rubio's comment, July 29, 2013 1:10 AM
Pienso que el problema es que nuestros padres no tienen conocimiento de el uso del Internet, y se basan sólo en lo que han escuchado de otras personas que de igual manera no tienen conocimiento, y se fundan la idea que sólo es una pérdida de tiempo.
Laura Antichi's comment, August 19, 2013 4:50 PM
Mike,sure of course!
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Educational platform with materials, online library, forum and blog. Communication with Spanish native teachers from Spain. A unique concept.