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Reasons that are Given for Not Wanting to Learn Spanish

By Edited Nov 7, 2015 1 1

Spanish can be a very interesting and fun language to learn. It can be a way to become comfortable in places where you would otherwise be lost without knowing the language prior to being there. But not all of us want to master the Spanish language. These people have a hard time and are reluctant for several reasons.

Many people might consider themselves too old to learn Spanish as a foreign language. They have figured out that kids acquire languages quicker than the rest of us. As a result, they are reluctant to try. They don't believe it is even possible, so why make an effort?

Everyone has the ability to learn Spanish, no matter the age. Young people do find it easier to pick up new languages. The common phrase is, "There will always be someone better than you and there will always be someone worse." You might not be able to reach the top, but you should still put in an effort. If you put in the effort, you might really master Spanish compared to other adult learners.

You need a passport to practice Spanish: just try ordering food at a local Spanish restaurant or grocery store. To start with, there's no way to know what's in store. You may even have the chance to win a trip to another country. It's very unpredictable and you can never be sure of what might take you there.

You don't have to actually speak Spanish to benefit from mastering the language. Spanish novels and movies are part of the curriculum. Feel good when you understand a song's lyrics that baffle most other listeners. You can learn many aspects of Spanish culture, such as politics when you watch Spanish television. As a hobby, it can be fun.

Mastering the Spanish language seems like a daunting challenge to some. They will see it as very hard obstacle to overcome. If it's voluntary, they will be less likely to work hard at it being that it is not required. They believe that learning Spanish is very difficult.

This could not be more wrong. The Spanish language is among the simplest to learn. In Spanish if one knows what a words sounds like, one can almost always spell it correctly. It is easy to learn and pronounce once you know how it is spelled.

You will find a number of Spanish words are part of regular American speech. Different ones are only slightly unique. Naturally you'll need to learn noun genders, which isn't difficult at all. Conjugating verbs is a bit trickier, yet is can be mastered with the right instruction. As long as you have a desire to master Spanish, it's a real possibility.

Finances are an obstacle for some folks. Spanish learners had to spend a lot in school to pay the teachers. They feel that since they aren't too well off, they should just quit.

You don't have to spend a lot to learn Spanish. Often, community courses charge next to nothing. The local library has lots of information and books regarding Spanish. Some language learning CD's are available at the library.

You can always avoid doing something if your negative. If you are positive minded, you will be able to learn Spanish without a lot of problems or expenses. The will to do it is within yourself and you have the strength to decide if you wish to do it or not.

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Comments

May 7, 2011 12:22pm
Spondicious
In some ways it is not a difficult language to learn with the alphabet being phonetic. Like every language it takes work and a desire to use it and speak it out in the wild.
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