Investing in a study holiday combines a learning process with fun. A win-win situation, especially for those who want to start learning Spanish. As you embark on a holiday, there are some things you should expect: you are highly likely to make a language gaffe or two.
Additionally, taking a Spanish class will help you nail down grammar and pronunciation specifics that you might never pick up from conversation alone. And if you find grammar drills incredibly boring or unnecessary, just think how exciting it will be to directly apply the concepts you learn in class to the world around you!
Learning Spanish while on holiday is an incredible opportunity for language learning, professional and personal growth. But, as with any language learning plan, you won’t see any results without a strong personal effort.
Get out there, travel and get speaking, reading and listening. After a few days abroad, you will be surprised at how fast your Spanish abilities will improve far quicker than you will have ever imagined.
Madelineosman. “How to Learn Spanish on Vacation: 8 Tips to Go from Tourist to Traveler.” FluentU Japanese, 11 Feb. 2018, www.fluentu.com/blog/spanishlearn.-spanish-on-vacation/