Why some people have a good pronunciation in Spanish, and get to connect with natives, while others can't avoid that thick accent?
The mistake (almost) every Spanish learner is making every day they practice...
...that is screwing their pronunciation up,
and what to do instead to sound more native-like.
In 8 minutes 57 seconds.
It isn’t about being born with “the gift”, it isn’t about the time they put into learning Spanish… It’s much more simple than that.
Something about a rare experiment that is related to your speaking skills in Spanish
They preferred electric shocks to boredom
Imagine, when you speak with someone in Spanish:
Then what do I do?
You need to find out why you are stuck.
There is 1 reason for that.
(And 1 solution too).
Now there are 2 options:
- You can google, watch Youtube videos, listen to podcasts, read forums, ask natives…And search for the reason why you don’t get to improve your speaking skills.
- Subscribe to the list to find out what most of Spanish learners are doing wrong (and what to do instead).
+ 3 audios (8 minutes 57 seconds in total).
Subscribers have access to an audio with all the information they need to start improving their pronunciation on their own:
To find out:
- the one thing most Spanish learners do every day they practice, that it’s only screwing their pronunciation up.
- what they should do instead,
- and how to improve their pronunciation without the need for a Spanish native speaker…
you already know what to do.