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Where to start learning?

I don't know anything not a single word or letter. I am first today about Spanish learning. Would anybody please tell me from where I can start learning ?
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Old July 04, 2012, 11:30 PM
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I don't know anything, not a single word or letter. I am just starting today to learn Spanish. Could somebody please tell me from where I can start learning?
I corrected what you wrote so that those that are here to learn English won't be confused.

Learning a foreign language is best accomplished by immersing yourself in the language and culture. Listening to Spanish, reading Spanish and conversing in Spanish are essential to your success.

You can find lots of resources on the internet or your local library or bookstore. If possible, you should befriend a native speaker of Spanish.

No one course or method works for everyone, so I never suggest one. As you encounter difficult-to-understand concepts, come here with your questions.
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Try this course. It is free and very high quality

http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/spanish/mividaloca/
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Old August 23, 2012, 10:36 AM
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Good day.

I would recommend using whatever tools available. I am using Collins books. There is one for conversation, vocabulary, verbs and grammar. These can help you become good in reading and writing. Also, you can practice this by writing with people on the internet.

Personally, I find speaking/listening a lot harder, but I haven't really practiced. There are loads of websites and games that come with audio. And of course you can try to find a Spanish friend. Unfortunatley, I have none.

So yeah, I would start with learning pronunciation. It's not very difficult for an English speaker. Afterwards, learn the basics from there and build up.
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