I want to learn Spanish. There are too many options advertised and across a wide price range. Wondering if any members have a experience (positive or negative) with any particular tool or method. Any advise would be appreciated.
Lol @JeffreyB901948 just like you saw my AARP title of Bronze Conversationalist, I saw your title of Newbie which is now Periodic Contributor. Apparently our TITLES change the more involved we become. I was a newbie when I joined October 2019. There is a post about their titles if you are interested to know your NEXT title promotion.
Angela, cost is certainly a factor, but number 1 consideration would be "probability of success." I want a program that has a good track record. It's hard to tell from all the advertising literature ... it's the ad writers job to make what they are selling sound good.
I assume from your title, "Bronze Conversationalist" you are in the language business? What is your experience?
Hi @JeffreyB901948 I am just like you and RE-LEARNING Spanish at age 63. I did Spanish and French in High School but didnot continue. I am cheap and other than BUYING some books, CDs, flashcards - I use YouTube. My challenge is CONVERSATIONAL. They talk so FAST, they lose me/lol. If you are AGE 60+, you can attend any Spanish Courses for FREE at your local STATE college/university. They offer both online and on campus.