At the beginning of the pandemic I started taking Spanish lessons. I had taken Spanish lessons in middle school, high school, and one year of Spanish 1 again in college. Not much stayed in my brain.
I really want to learn how to speak Spanish, so I can better communicate with some of my students.
I have been taking lessons now for a year. I go through a website called Verbling. My tutor, Carlos is in Venezuela. I love learning so much about the language and the culture. But…
Have you ever wanted to quit something so many times? That is how I feel about Spanish. It is getting so challenging. And the worse part about is that I just do not have the time to practice every day. I take lessons three times a week, but that is not enough to make much movement.
I refuse to give up on these lessons. I really to progress to conversational Spanish. I hope over spring break and also summer, I can buckle down into studying a lot more, so I can make movement.
Is there anything you tried to take on, and are still doing or decided it was not for you?