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There are many online courses, classes and textbooks that can help you to learn Spanish. If you really want to learn a language you must spend a good amount of time to learn and practice the language.
Repetition is vital, as well as hearing the language spoken. With the resources available today, learning Spanish should be relatively easy. There are Spanish radio stations and television stations that you can listen to, along with many free courses offered at various places.
To start learning some Spanish language basics, follow the introductory 20 lesson beginner course we offer at Learn ESPANOL Free.
Learning Spanish does not need to be difficult. In Spanish many words are spelled as they are pronounced. The biggest key to pronouncing words correctly is to master the vowels.
Knowing how to pronounce Spanish vowels will take you very far in Spanish. You will be able to pronounce words correctly and quickly. When you are learning Spanish, the vowel sounds are the first place to start. Everything stems from there.
A Pronounced ah
Also there are vowel combinations:
UA Pronounced wah
Now, look at the above vowel pronunciation examples and try to say the numbers 1-10 in Spanish.
1. Uno (oo-noh)
As you can see, knowing how to pronounce the vowels is important to pronouncing any word in Spanish. For extra help in learning Spanish, you should try listening to Spanish television and radio stations. Although you might initially not understand anything they are saying, at least your ears are beginning to hear the words and pronunciations so you can begin processing the language
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