Learning Spanish is a rewarding experience, and doing so in an immersive environment can be tremendously fun. However, most of us can only afford immersion courses for limited periods of time, so it’s worth taking the effort to make the most of these opportunities. Here are five tips for getting the most benefit form your Spanish course in Granada.

Learning Spanish in Granada in our Spanish School

 

Speak Up in Spanish

Learning Spanish as a foreign language gives you the opportunity to fully immerse yourself in the language, so use it as much as possible. Spending as much time as possible speaking Spanish encourages your brain to start processing the language without translating it to English, and this can greatly accelerate processing while you learn Spanish in Granada.

Don’t be Afraid to Make Mistakes

You’re going to make mistakes along the way; don’t dwell on them. Those who’ve learned a foreign language won’t judge you for mistakes, and those who only speak a single language are likely impressed by your effort to learn a new one. Let others know you’re open to corrections and advice.

Sleep

Our brains do important work when we sleep, and ensuring you wake up well rested in the morning is essential for making the most of your Spanish course in Granada. While it can be tempting to stay up late night after night, doing so means your brain won’t have the time to organize and process all that you’re learning.

Ask Questions

Learning a foreign language means thinking in a new manner, and some concepts can seem strange at first. Make sure to ask questions along the way, and don’t be afraid of asking questions that you think should be obvious. The more you ask, the faster you’ll feel comfortable with the language.

Have Fun

While overseas, you’ll want to spend as much time as possible working on your Spanish. However, forcing yourself to do work too much can be counterproductive and slow your learning. Make sure to schedule some time to relax. Having fun helps you fight anxiety and focus while you’re in learning mode. You’re in a beautiful country, so make sure you enjoy it.

Learning a foreign language is exciting, and traveling to a foreign country gives you the opportunity to learn it in a natural way. While it will take some time for you to start feeling comfortable, maintain a positive attitude and make sure you enjoy the sights and sounds while you learn Spanish in Granada.

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