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    Hugo Rumens posted a note on 20 October 2008 - 4:07pm.

    Beginning Spanish

    I am hoping to finish my beginners Spanish book before my trip to Madrid.
    I've never learned Spanish before although my French is reasonable.
    The thing is I don't like going abroad and being clueless about the language if I can help it, so even if I can just get the basics I'll be pleased.

    It's interesting that some things in Spanish are very familiar if you know French:

    By foot - à pied (French) - a pie (Spanish)
    Bread - pain (French) - pan (Spanish)
    Wednesday - mercredi (French) - miércoles (Spanish)

    but then at times Spanish is very different:

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    Hugo Rumens posted a note on 20 October 2008 - 3:43pm.

    French podcasts

    I've been learning French for many years now and one of the problems I have had is that there tend to be lots of resources available for beginners and conversely, if you are at an advanced level, you can watch French television online or buy French novels etc.

    But if you are at an intermediate level like me then it can be a little tricky. The beginner stuff you already know, but you're not quite ready for the advanced stuff.

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