Hey! I decided to do my own "hungry belly" collage for a series I'm working on. I hope you don't mind that my belly is very inspired by yours. Well, that's because I just loved it so much. Just tell me if I have to do another version.
hey yoda, i gotta question for you well first i like it the picture n_n and the question- well i took spanish for three years and figured out in the last year i just couldnt learn from that teacher's style and attitude , and it kinda ruined my want to learn spanish. i still remotely want to be fluent but im just scared most ways to learn it will still ruin it for me. i just want to know if you have any comments, suggestions, etc. thanks hun
Can't you change teacher? or maybe school? I had a similar experience when I was learning english, but I like the lenguaje so much that I changed from that school to another. I also think that is very important to read books or magazines if you want in the lenguaje you're learning. It was very helpful for me at least. - Books are way better if you want to learn more, actually -. I always keep a dictionary near me and I watch loads of movies without subtitles - it helps to hear how it sounds - and I talk to myself all the time in english, hehehe and think too. I keep my diary in that lenguaje because it helps. I also write to people all the time in the lenguaje and most of them helps me when I have any questions. Is not easy to find people here whom speaks in english, so I have to search for other ways to learn more. Still my level is not good enough but little by little it will be
If you realized that you can't learn any more from your teacher it will be very hard to even try to understand anything and you'd hate it for sure. Run away!!! that's my suggestion and find a different choice of learning, by yourself or another person
hehe yeah i already changed from that school for my last year of high school- but with college in the fall, i was debating taking it up again. books are a good option, as are movies- but when i hear people speak it i can understand the jist of it but responding back correctly and timely is difficult. it just intimidates me from that experience in high school. but, being in arizona, there are many people to practice speaking with if i take it up again, iguess. i enjoyed the clarity of the spanish language- it is very precise. i noticed the simplified spanish your friends speak to you online- i guess english does it a lot online as well. are you still taking english courses at school or are you mostly self-taught now? what are the english courses like in mexico? thank you! it does help. =]