If there is one question that repeats over and over in my free trial lesson, it’s:
How often should I study Spanish?
And the answer is: every day.
I know, I know, it seems impossible.
We all run on busy lives, hectic schedules, and endless to-do lists.
But think about it for a second: when you learnt your mother tongue, you never had a “day off”, did you?
The truth is that mastering a second language is no different.
You need to be exposed to it as much as possible.
Well, it might seem impossible for you to take off half an hour each day, but here are some simple things you can do in less than 5 minutes
1. Writing: Start a diary
2. Reading: Enjoy infographies
3. Listening: Listen to a song you love
4. Speaking: Talk out loud
Last but not least, speaking is probably the best way to put all you’ve learned into practice, which is actually the best way to remember new things. If you can, try to set up a short routine while you get ready in the morning by saying out loud what you are thinking about. If you feel silly, you can also join our Tomamos un café, where we exchange and learn every day on Telegram.
If you enjoyed this post, make sure to check out our 6 effortless ways to study Spanish.