Learning a new language should not be limited only to textbooks and homework, and we at Alegre Spanish Schools give you some ideas so that you can practice your Spanish in your day-to-day life.
Practice reading in Spanish
Change the language of your devices
Consider switching your phone, computer, tablet, Facebook profile, and whatever else you can, to the Spanish language. This is an easy way to practice Spanish, as you will see a lot of the context you always use, in the language you are trying to learn, and you will associate it faster.
For example, every time you look at your phone, you will see the date in Spanish, thus reinforcing the days of the week and the months of the year. Facebook will often ask you if you like to add friends, in this way you will know the verb add in English and its equivalent to Spanish.
Seeing some of the same words repeated constantly will help you become more familiar with the language. Any doubts that may arise during the learning process can be solved in our Spanish Schools.
Searches in Spanish
How many times a day do you Google something you needed to find? If you do a search, for example, on Wikipedia, use the Spanish version so that you can see the information offered in this version before you switch to the one shown in the English version. The same with any search you do, try to enter the Spanish versions and see how much you can understand. Use the knowledge acquired in Alegre Spanish courses and apply it to your daily activities.
Read newspapers in Spanish
In many cities you can find newspapers for free, and you can also find them on the internet. If you want to travel to Mexico or a Latin American country, visit a news site such as El Universal, Jornada, Reforma, etc., and read the information that is detailed there, this can help you practice your understanding of the language, as well as pronunciation. . In addition to practicing, you inform yourself about what is happening in the place you want to travel.
Read a book in Spanish
We recommend starting with youth reading or novels written by Latino authors that are popular and do not contain complex vocabulary. Or you can also start with poetry, which, despite being a bit complex, is short. We can recommend you some titles in our Spanish schools.
Learn with games in Spanish
Since your game is set up in Spanish courses, many of the games in your store will appear in Spanish as well. Trivia games will help you to be faster to practice Spanish, since many of these are based on answering before the established time in our Spanish schools.