More than anything, learning a new language depends on motivation. If you’re motivated enough to learn the new language and open up new opportunities for you in the form of communication, art, culture, traditions, literature, music or even movies, you may learn it within a fortnight.

Spanish is a beautiful language, romantic and poetic, and most people want to learn it to enhance their lingual scope and increase their chances of interacting with the Spanish-speaking population in the world without any hassle. And there are more than 400 million out there, so indeed it’s a big thing!

If you want to learn the language without spending some valuable years of your life, the following tips may help you to some extent.

Understand the gender in Spanish by following a simple trick 

Unlike French or other languages, where they have confusing rules about identifying the gender of the nouns, almost all the words ending with ‘o’ are masculine in Spanish, and the ones ending with ‘a’ are feminine. However, there are some exceptions, but they are quite a few, and you can memorise them easily.

Always practice your language skills with a native speaker

If you opt for Spanish language courses in Spain for adults, you should always practice your skills with a native speaker and allow him/her to correct you every time you pronounce it wrong. It may be a friend or your roommate, but make sure s/he is fluent in the language to help you with the same. You can also find someone online, in case you have no friends to help you.

Make Spanish a part of your life

Nor only Spanish, you should always do that while learning any new language. Every language is accompanied by a culture, which involved music, literature, architecture and more. If you want to learn it by heart, you should make it a part of your life by getting acquainted with the culture associated with the language. And Spanish is not an exception to this rule.

Expand your learning scope 

You should immerse yourself in the language and its culture to learn it better and faster. Turn to Spanish movies without subtitles and try to guess what’s going on. See how the native people speak and correct your pronunciation accordingly. You can also listen to some Spanish music online and look for the lyrics after. This will help you get a better grip of the language.

Wrapping it up

Learning Spanish or any other foreign language for that matter is an all-encompassing activity. To make it better and do it well, you should get completely involved in the learning process and expand it as much as possible. Don’t depend on your classes only and keep practising, speaking, and correcting you through numerous sources. Soon you will notice the improvement and gain the confidence to better your fluency. Till then, don’t lose patience.