hummingbird ☆ミ (barryallen) wrote in linguaphiles,
hummingbird ☆ミ
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Hi, I have a silly request. I work in retail, and after six years of feeling bad that I cannot speak Spanish, I want to learn how to speak it. I know nothing. Would it be best to go through college classes or are there any online programs I can take for this? Or books to get? I don't necessarily want to be fluent (at least right now), but when someone asks me "Do you speak Spanish?" I want to be able to say yes, or at least 'a little.'

Help, I don't know where to begin!
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