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I am trying to learn Spanish to communicate with people from Latin America. Spanish from Spain is different
The words are so obvious I’m gonna delete this
Eh. It’s okay.
I’m mixed on this one. He breaks down everything well and almost sounds like a human textbook. But the pronunciation is often hard to listen to. It’s like nails on a chalkboard. It’s the typical American who doesn’t put the effort into learning how others pronounce words in their language sort of thing. I’m not a native Spanish speaker but I learned the pronunciations and it’s mainly about consistent effort. He also makes too many mistakes for a teacher. Saying “hijos” means children when it’s really sons or sons and daughters, while children in general is “niños.” I learned this the first time I learned those words and it’s common knowledge. I think he has potential though because it’s not too bad so far and he can improve.