26 November 2012

Aprender idiomas: Sobre todo la escucha y la lectura.

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  1. Posted November 26, 2012 at 5:13 pm | Permalink

    Great job, Steve!!! Your Spanish is very good, I was particularly impressed with your accent; you spoke slowly and clearly, I had no trouble understanding you at all.I can’t wait till you go to Mexico! Finally, you’re going to focus on my target language in a country where it’s spoken, I’m so excited…and you’re going to be there for 2 or 3 weeks, so much longer than your Czech adventure, so you’ll really be able to test your Spanish out.For what it’s worth I’ve heard that Mexico City, where you’ll be spending your first week apparently, has vastly improved in the last 5 years or so and the crime and pollution that it used to be so famous for is nowhere near as bad as it used to be (it’s not gone, but it’s a major improvement). What activities are you planning on doing once you get there? I’ve heard about the buses, too, please upload a few pictures for us.¡Sí! Por supuesto tengo ganas de participar en su reunión en Google Plus, cuente conmigo. Estoy en Texas si importa, y la hora mejora para mi sería en la tarde o noche de la hora estántar del centro (Central time zone).I look forward to hearing more about Spanish and Mexico, and to our meet-up.Cheers,Andrew

  2. Caro Uroc
    Posted November 27, 2012 at 3:20 am | Permalink

    ¡Qué tal Steve! Es grandioso escucharlo hablar español, ¡lo hace muy bien!Hace ya casi un año que sigo su blog y he aprendido mucho sobre el aprendizaje de lenguas, que es una de mis pasiones. Lo admiro mucho por ser un verdadero autodidácta y le agradezco por compartir sus consejos para aprender otra lengua.Me da gusto saber que vendrá a México, San Miguel de Allende es una ciudad hermosa en el estado de Guanajuato, donde le recomiendo visitar la universidad del estado, el museo de las momias y dar un paseo nocturno con las estudiantinas.Me parece muy interesante su decisión de viajar en autobús, la mayoría de la gente en México viajamos de esa manera, aunque los trayectos son largos. En estos viajes tendrá la oportunidad de escuchar el español mexicano con sus peculiaridades.A mí también me gustaría participar en la reunión en Google, preferentemente en la noche. Buena suerte con su viaje a México y una vez más, lo felicito por su excelente español.Saludos,Carolina

  3. Adam
    Posted January 9, 2013 at 5:44 am | Permalink

    Hi Steve! I’ve been watching your videos for a while and I have a question. What is the relation between fluency and one’s oratorical skills. I heard many native speakers stumble even when they speak in their native language, but we cannot say they are not fluent, right? We know that language is a tool for communication and in some way this is a big obstacle. I also had some misunderstandings because I just couldn’t put the words together. Therefore, it is important to improve this in order to communicate effectively. I just wanna ask is there a different approach? How can we go about it? Maybe you can make a video about this. Thank you.

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