Schlagwort-Archiv: Spanish conversation

From LingQ member aybee77: Conversation with LingQ Spanish Tutor Berta, Part 3

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This is a recording of me and LingQ Spanish language tutor Berta conversing via Skype. Part 3

I consider myself an advanced beginner / low intermediate Spanish student. I wanted to improve my speaking skills, which are horrid, so I started signing up for conversations on Lingq. I have weekly conversations with Berta and Liszeth, another tutor on LingQ, and both are great!

In this conversation, I tell Berta about a recording in Spanish of Edgar Allan Poe’s „The Telltale Heart“. Berta suggested that I retell her about lessons I have listened to because before we started doing this, I would get much too nervous in our conversations, and she ended up doing most of the talking.

From LingQ member aybee77: Conversation with LingQ Spanish Tutor Berta, Part 2

To sign up for LingQ: http://www.LingQ.com/?referral=aybee77

This is a recording of me and LingQ Spanish language tutor Berta conversing via Skype. Part 2

I consider myself an advanced beginner / low intermediate Spanish student. I wanted to improve my speaking skills, which are horrid, so I started signing up for conversations on Lingq. I have weekly conversations with Berta and Liszeth, another tutor on LingQ, and both are great!

In this conversation, I tell Berta about a recording in Spanish of Edgar Allan Poe’s „The Telltale Heart“. Berta suggested that I retell her about lessons I have listened to because before we started doing this, I would get much too nervous in our conversations, and she ended up doing most of the talking.

I was extremely nervous, as you can probably tell. I made a LOT of errors, but that’s ok. I am much better now than when I started talking in Spanish. Berta sends me a report after our conversations, and I am becoming more conscious of the areas I need to improve. This, along with my listening, reading, writing, and reviewing vocabulary on LingQ, are helping me to gain fluency in Spanish.

From LingQ member aybee77: Conversation with LingQ Spanish Tutor Berta, Part 1

To sign up for LingQ: http://www.LingQ.com/?referral=aybee77

This is a recording of me and LingQ Spanish language tutor Berta conversing via Skype. Part 1

I consider myself an advanced beginner / low intermediate Spanish student. I wanted to improve my speaking skills, which are horrid, so I started signing up for conversations on Lingq. I have weekly conversations with Berta and Liszeth, another tutor on LingQ, and both are great!

In this conversation, I tell Berta about a recording in Spanish of Edgar Allan Poe’s „The Telltale Heart“. Berta suggested that I retell her about lessons I have listened to because before we started doing this, I would get much too nervous in our conversations, and she ended up doing most of the talking.

I was extremely nervous, as you can probably tell. I made a LOT of errors, but that’s ok. I am much better now than when I started talking in Spanish. Berta sends me a report after our conversations, and I am becoming more conscious of the areas I need to improve. This, along with my listening, reading, writing, and reviewing vocabulary on LingQ, are helping me to gain fluency in Spanish.

From LingQ member David: LingQ Spanish Convo Part 1

Me (LingQ username: DavidMartin) conversing in Spanish with Albert (Alsuvi), a Spanish tutor on www.LingQ.com
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http://www.thelinguist.blogs.com/
http://davidamartin2sblog.blogspot.com/

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