When starting the best is to talk about the reason why the person wants to learn the language, so we can direct the vocabulary to a specific path without losing time is technicalities.
A language is learned first by hearing, by listening and reproducing. Once there is a slight mastery of the sound when speaking, you can add some writing to graph the sound.
the first will be the sound, listen and play
personal pronouns: English vs. Spanish
then understand how the alphabet sounds in Spanish
Differences between vowels and consonants between the two languages, this is key to understanding Spanish
Verbs in past, present and future, and aspects of grammar
Conversation and simultaneous translation
I am from Chile (South America) do not be afraid, many people say that the Chilean accent is complicated, but my Spanish has changed over the years towards a more neutral accent, I work 4 years on cruises around the world and for To communicate effectively with other Spanish speakers, I had to eliminate my jargon.
I learned English autonomously ten years ago, passed the TOEFL exam to acquire my VISA in the United Kingdom and I have been reading books in English for two years to expand my vocabulary.
I have an online store, I'm a singer-songwriter who plays piano and I'm also a cartoonist.
I have lived in Scotland for four years, and although English has another accent here I have managed to maintain an English
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