Saturday, February 8, 2014

How to become Fluent in Spanish by John Del Guadio Book Review (Tomoson)

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I read How To Become Fluent In Spanish: Not for Beginners, Not Quick and Easy, but Really Effective (Spanish Books), in exchange for honest review from Tomoson. The book was written by John Del Gaudio.

I wanted to read this book because I took Spanish in high school for 3 years. I remember hardly nothing except the basics. I made an A in Spanish 1, B in Spanish 2, and C in Spanish 3. I struggled with grammar and conjugation.

The book was a quick read. I downloaded the book to the Kindle and it said 7 minutes of audio, if I turned on the audio feature.  Del Gaudio provides techniques on improving Spanish Fluency.

Even though the book stresses fluency, Del Gaudio talks about practicing the techniques. You can not become fluent reading the book alone. You need to practice. Make daily lists. Test your self on the lists, not once, but throughout the year. You need to communicate with others, using Spanish. Total immersion is not enough either. You need to treat learning a new language like a full-time job versus a hobby to become fluent.

The book is available in Kindle and Audio format.

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