Our favorite way of learning Spanish is of course to go to Marina del Este and enjoy ourselves and talking to people. However, this is a luxury that we can’t have all of the time! On those days when we are stuck in Sweden, we still have some fun ways to keep learning, and we’re sharing them with you!
Movies and TV-Series: This is probably our shared favourite when it comes to learning Spanish when out of Spain. Some of our favourite Spanish TV-series are; Las Chicas del Cable, Morocco – Love in Times of War and El Mar de Plastico.
Reading: Reading is one of those underrated ways of learning a language. Plowing through a few books can really help you grow your vocabulary as well as make you more comfortable in the language, all from the comfort of wherever you happen to be at the moment.
Learning apps: This is a really good way to get started learning a new language. Some common ones that we use are Babbel and Duolingo, both of which have been a great help in our learning. Why not go ahead and start learning right now?
Evening classes: A way to invest more in your learning is by going to evening classes. This way, you have someone checking your homework and are probably less likely to make excuses for not practicing. Our experience is that this is a great way to get to know people who are learning the same language, giving you the opportunity to practice and make friends at the same time!
These are our best practicing tips, what are yours?