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Talking to native speakers

Although sometimes it’s easier said than done (particularly if you’re a bit of an introvert), interaction with native speakers represents an opportunity not only for language acquisition in general, but also for getting grammar items clarified or corrected.  And the novelty of having it come from a non-teacher source and not from the textbook either may actually help you remember it!

To see an example of this strategy in action, visit the following link.

Talking to a native speaker (Getting better at understanding and using hacer and desde)




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