If you are studying to learn Spanish and struggling with different interpretations of the language then this article is made for you. There are many different interpretations of the Spanish language in my experience. You may want to learn Mexican Spanish
A couple of years ago I managed to take some time out from my work and spent a month travelling through Spain. I started out from the Northern Spain and followed the coast road to Southern Spain stopping off at all the small villages along the way.
I started at the Pyrenees area where the Spanish seems to be a mixture of French and Spanish and the further south I travelled it changed at every point of the way.
I thought my Spanish was pretty good before I started out and then realised how much there is to learn. A good explanation of this would be if you travelled from Cornwall in the UK and travelled the country as far north as Scotland the different accents and interpretations would be amaze you.
But don’t despair the reason I am explaining all this that if you are planning to live or travel to Mexico then you need to learn Mexican Spanish which is a some what different to the spoken language in the mainland of Spain. If you want to learn Mexican Spanish the program I would recommend is real Latin American Spanish.
If you are looking to learn Mexican Spanish look around for Puerto Ricans and Colombians to help you. In my experience Spanish people respond very well to people who are making an effort to speak their language. They are a very friendly and helpful. You may have to step out of your comfort zone at first and you may produce a few smiles along the way but that’s the fun and the challenge of learning another language.
If you are determined to learn Mexican Spanish it is important to submerge yourself with the language. If you are able to think back to when you started out with English as a child it was being fed into your subconscious mind each and every day and I believe that is the attitude you need to acquire. You need to force yourself to speak it every day and believe me it will happen.
There are lots of things you can do in order to learn Mexican Spanish when you are driving in your car instead of getting frustrated with the traffic play the CD in your car. If you like exercise then get your Mp3 player and listen to it all these things while you are exercising this really helped me in the beginning. The most important thing is not to give up it can be a bit overwhelming when you start out.
I have been studying Spanish for many years and tried lots of different programs. It is important to choose the right course for you depending on where you are travelling or maybe planning to live or work. Here are a couple of options you may like to consider. In most Spanish programs there is usually a free lesson option. I really suggest you take advantage of this before you make a decision on which to study