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Easy Spanish Memorization Tips - Articles Surfing
Are you interested to learn Spanish or other language other than English? If you are, all you need to do is to learn how to use memory techniques. Learning another language for most people is hard, but this is just what you'll hear from those people who haven*t tried learning yet. Instead, try asking those who were able to learn and successfully apply their second language to their normal daily lives.
The truth is, learning a foreign language is not difficult as how you thought it is; instead, learning strengthens your memorization skills. So, if you want to have your brain cells to function to its optimum level, start learning new Spanish words or other foreign language to say the least*Vamo nos!
However, before you go into the battlefield of strange words and completely bizarre world of language, arm yourself with patience, high interest and willingness plus, the positive attitude to accomplish your purpose. We already mentioned from the beginning of this article that learning a foreign language associates to the wellness of a person's memory skills.
There is in fact ways on how to learn a foreign language easily and it's by using the Link-Word Technique. To use this technique, one word from the Spanish language for example is associated or linked to an image and to another word in English. Let's use the word Mantequilla in Spanish as an example. In English, mantequilla means butter. How is a beginner able to remember this word easily?
You guessed it; by using the Link-Word Technique we can construct a scenario to interpret it in English in the most literal and outrageous way possible. Picture a *man* entering a bar with a wide sombrero and a big stomach, he then orders 20 glasses of tequila and drinks it one at a time - straight. But, for this Se*or, instead of putting salt on his tequila glasses, he asked for big bars of butter to complete his drinking frenzy!
Simple isn*t it? This technique since it involves visual imagination makes the memorization easier for the student and learning Spanish or even other foreign languages makes it more interesting.
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