Would this be a good resource to learn spanish? Im already on dat duolingo grind and i was told that this is michel thomas v2.0.
I cant stand michel thomas cause he sounds like he is going to spit at any time but decides to solider on and slobber all over the mic.
I found a playlist for Language transfer:
Don't do immersion/speaking methods
Get an intensive study book that lets you learn by reading progressively more complex text selections after learning grammar
When you go to speak the language later and you realize you actually fucking understand the logic of what people are saying to you, and that vernacular and colloquialisms are just minor exceptions you have to graft on, you will be thankful.
To learn Spanish
>Get down the present tense, past tense, and for the future use "voy a."
>Get language modifiers and basic grammar down
>Look up and practice the sounds you're tongue isn't used to (for my english to spanish transition, rolling r's)
>Practice with as many people as possible using your limited vocab to creatively convey information. They'll correct you and you'll pick up other tenses quickly. Quantity is most important, don't be shy.
>Living in california made this easy mode for me