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What are common challenges for Spanish beginners?

In your experience, what are the most common challenges beginners face when learning Spanish?
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Jennifer Corralizza

Spanish tutor about 1 month ago Contact
In my opinion, the most difficult thing is usually the pronunciation, for that reason I always try to correct the pronunciation so that the person feels safer and calmer when speaking, in addition to the fact that one of the most difficult parts is the vocabulary, so That always during my classes I would try to have a space for you to practice and learn new words as well as structure sentences correctly with practice. I also see that it is usually difficult to speak because the person feels nervous, so during classes we would always try to have a space to be able to speak and carry out conversations to practice fluency.
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Octavio

Spanish tutor about 1 month ago Contact
One of the biggest challenges when learning a foreign language, or anything for that matter, is a drop in the initial motivation. People very often start off very excited to start learning something new, and they spend hours and hours studying hard in the early stages.

However, very soon, this motivation begins to dwindle, and this makes it harder to continue. With the 3 Minute Spanish courses, I encourage you to only learn for a few minutes at a time; you ought to stop your learning session before you get tired, and that way, you’ll be eager to continue next time. This helps you to make learning Spanish become a daily habit, and you’ll also find your mind is fresher and more readily able to learn new things.
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Kieran Ball

Spanish tutor about 1 month ago Contact
One of the biggest challenges when learning a foreign language, or anything for that matter, is a drop in the initial motivation. People very often start off very excited to start learning something new, and they spend hours and hours studying hard in the early stages.

However, very soon, this motivation begins to dwindle, and this makes it harder to continue. With the 3 Minute Spanish courses, I encourage you to only learn for a few minutes at a time; you ought to stop your learning session before you get tired, and that way, you’ll be eager to continue next time. This helps you to make learning Spanish become a daily habit, and you’ll also find your mind is fresher and more readily able to learn new things.