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Post by aozora13 » July 26th, 2011, 9:29 am

E_Irizarry wrote:
aozora13 wrote:I have to agree with Ladislav. Definitely, that will get under her skin. However, you can at least get more experience and as well-informed mentioned, the best option is to learn Spanish (usually takes 3-6 months to grasp a decent amount) and then start getting advice to go to Spanish speaking sites and meet women in South America. It is not a bad idea.
Disagreed. It would take a year to year and a half if he's extremely wet behind the ears with little-to-no Spanish base (even with Rosetta Stone). However, it would take 3-6 months for a person whom is already proficient in Spanish to learn ANY ONE OF THE OTHER ROMANCE LANGUAGES COLD.

E, you are correct. Although Spanish is more easy than lets say German which is more difficult has 3 types of articles which play masculine, feminine, and neutral for each word. Even sentences like It (pen) is on the table. Er ist auf dem Tisch. This is just a small example. German is more logical though so if I can keep practicing I hope to get better. Spanish is not hard but yes without prior language school to help, it will take time possibly about 1 year to do it and for me it is not easy either but I am hopefully keep trying to learn German.

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Post by E_Irizarry » July 26th, 2011, 2:22 pm


I didn't know that German had three types of possessive articles. Cool.
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