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Nobody speaks Spanish at home. How can I practice on my own?

Vocab: Songs, TV, Films. To learn a word you have to see it, hear it and say it at least 5 times.
Grammar: Read. Why? Because the more you see grammar in use, the more you will reproduce it in writing and speaking.
Speaking: Talk to yourself! Thinking out loud improves fluency. The more exposure, the more you will do this.

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Degree: French and Spanish (Bachelors) - Durham University

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“Hi/Hola/Ciao/Bonjour! My name is Tom, I am a student tutor who is fluent in Spanish, French, and Italian. I have multiple clients that I tutor on a regular basis, I also currently teach in a local primary school. I have experience tea...”

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Degree: BA Language and Culture (Spanish & Arabic) (Bachelors) - University College London University

Subjects offered: Spanish, Portuguese+ 3 more

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French
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“Hello/Bonjour/Buenos días/Bom dia My name is Felix. I am a European Languages graduate from UCL and I teach French, Spanish and Portuguese, all levels. I have taught at home, in schools, abroad and online. I have also worked as a Spa...”

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