My name is Daiki and I am a Spanish teacher. I currently live in America. My wife's mother tongue is Spanish, so I use Spanish every day at home, even though I was born and raised in Japan.
I started learning Spanish from scratch just like you did.
I didn't know the Spanish reading of the alphabet at all. I knew only about 1 (Uno). I knew 1 (Uno) because I used to play the card game "UNO"!
Spanish-- What part should I start learning from? What exactly should i learn? Is grammar important? I heard the pronunciation is similar to Japanese, but is it true? I heard it's really hard to learn the conjugations of verbs, is it true?
Of course I also had some doubts about starting learning Spanish!
Is the grammar similar to English? What is a reflexive verb? What is the direct method? What is the connection method? What is the difference between the direct method and the connection method? How do I use them properly?
Of course, I also had the doubts of those who are already learning Spanish!
So, for those who want to learn Spanish, or who have already started learning but want to improve further, I can explain in detail easily!
Of course, I can help those who want to travel to Spanish-speaking countries, so they want to know simple Spanish expressions! Or they want to talk with a local! For those who are interested, I can teach you Spanish easily!
Let's have fun learning Spanish! [Lesson style] There is nothing better than taking a lesson with a native speaker when learning Spanish. This is definitely true!
But in my experience,
* Learn the basics of pronunciation, grammar and speaking * Understand and fix issues in grammar early * To fix the mistakes that Japanese people often make * Make sure to fix it before you have a strange pronunciation habit.
There is nothing better than taking a lesson in Japanese so that you can firmly point out issues and fully understand. There is no doubt about this!
You are free to choose the materials for learning Spanish if you wish.
Let's enjoy your lessons, making the most of the benefits of learning Spanish in Japanese with me, a Japanese native!
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