FAQ About Spanish
You can take advantage of the beginner level videos. In addition, listening to songs is important in terms of understanding the structure of the language and the pronunciation of words. Apart from this, it is very important to speak, as a language cannot be learned fully by just learning grammar.
There are 21 countries. México, Colombia, Spain, Argentina, Peru, Venezuela, Chile, Guatemala, Ecuador, Bolivia, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Honduras, Paraguay, Nicaragua, Salvador, Costa Rica, Uruguay, Panama, Puerto Rico and Equatorial Guinea.
Of course, it can be learned if enough time is allocated and there is a curiosity about the language. The important thing is to understand that regularity and not just watching the series, the movie. At the same time, you can improve your Spanish by listening to songs and reading texts.
The level known as the beginner level in Spanish can be expressed as level A1. Topics at the level of Spanish A1 include the basic topics that are generally spoken. Spanish A1 subjects; greetings, feelings, expressions, persons, occupations, numbers, colors, family, relatives, possessive pronouns, city terms, some objects, food and drink, parts of the house, animals, grammatical information, location, direction and directions, countries and nationality, numbers and months, routine works and times can be expressed as questions and verbs.
The Spanish Alphabet consists of 29 letters. Unlike other European languages, their alphabet, which is defined as alfabeto, has only 5 vowels. These are the letters A, E, I, O and U, respectively. As in English, there are no letters i, ü and ö in Spanish.
It depends on the person himself. But if you generalize, you need at least 6 months to learn Spanish. In these 6 months, you will have completed the A1-A2 level and when you move to the B1 level, everything will be easier and you will have learned this language for a maximum of 1 year.