Learning Spanish for 2 years changed my Spanish skilled changed a lot compared to the start of the year. Of course through out those years it changed my improvements and what I am doing good. But for now I would like to talk about things to improve right now and what I am doing good for now.
- I think that I have to review the final product. The reason why is because I think that I make really easy errors that are easy to change if I reviewed my test. Also sometimes when I look through my test twice I sometimes find parts that are not that descriptive and edit so that it becomes better.
- The second improvement I have to make is to read the test problem. I have to do this because I usually read the first sentence and head off to the test. For example when it says “You have to write a letter to a student that is coming to YIS, this should be 250 to 500 words.” I start writing the letter and end up making a huge mistake. I think this is one of the major improvement I have to change.
- I think that accents for Spanish is pretty hard for me. Even though I am getting better at it as we take more tests but I think that I still can improve a lot. To improve this I would like to review my notes constantly and also maybe change the accents color to red so that it stands out.
What I am doing good so far
- So far I think I am doing a good job. Even though I made mistakes in tests I think that it is easy to improve if I spend time. The first thing that I am doing good is using new vocab, expressions and etc. I tend to use new things a lot. And I think it is a good thing to use new things, but I usually make minor mistakes in those. So thats why I chose reviewing notes for one of the improvements.
- I think that my basic Spanish is starting to improve. Im starting to get use to conjugating and using the right vocab. Also when I talk I feel like I am talking fluently for those basic Spanish so thats one thing that I am doing good for now.
- I think that I am doing a good job of having fun learning Spanish even though sometimes are tough I think it’s been worth it. I am looking forward to have more fun and progressively get more fluent and have Spanish as my third language.