24 Hours to Improving unless in Spanish
The only thing that might cause you to be put on this list is if you are a Spanish speaker. It’s also really important to be aware of the language that you are speaking in. If you are a Spanish speaker, you need to know which words are pronounced the way they are pronounced in Spanish because there are many words that are pronounced the wrong way, especially if you are talking to a person who isn’t a native speaker.
In particular, many of the words that you’ll come across in a non-native Spanish speaker’s vocabulary won’t have a familiar pronunciation. For instance, the word “el” is pronounced “el” like it’s supposed to be pronounced, but when you pronounce it, it sounds like you are saying “eye” or “ay” instead of “Eye” or “Eyes” or “Eyes”.
Youll never hear me say el. I havent heard a non-native Spanish speaker pronounce it and I never will, so I have no idea how they would pronounce it.
In a recent post, I wrote about a new technique that I used to overcome this problem. I asked a member of a Spanish speaking community to share his/her Spanish with me.
I have been using this technique for a while, and I have found that it works great. I used to pronounce el as an English word, but as I now know, it is not. A native Spanish speaker would pronounce it as ay, but as I discovered in my Spanish-speaking community, ay is also pronounced el, el is not, and you can pronounce it in any way you want. So now I pronounce el as Eye or Eyes or Eyes. I hope you will enjoy this.
If you want to make some Spanish friends, there are actually very few places where you can meet people who speak Spanish. Since Spanish is the most common language in the world, that’s a big plus. But the problem is that most of the Spanish speaking community is English-speaking. To communicate with them you have to try to communicate with English. But this is also a huge problem, because the Spanish speaking community is so much more diverse than the English speaking community.
The problem is that if there are more English-speaking people in the Spanish speaking community it will be much harder for the Spanish speaking community to understand the English-speaking community. To make matters worse, the Spanish speaking community will think its the Spanish speaking community who is the problem rather than the English speaking community (although admittedly the Spanish speaking community will be more likely to try and convince the English speaking community of this).
That said, I’m not sure why anyone would want to stop that from happening. As a matter of fact, the Spanish speaking community has the potential to completely shut down the English speaking community. After all, the English speaking community was the first to learn how to program computers. They also have the potential to take over the world and make everyone speak their language. I just don’t see why this is a good thing.
The Spanish speaking community hasn’t yet taken over, but their numbers are growing rapidly, and they will no doubt soon. The problem is that many English speaking countries aren’t in the same class as Spain in terms of technology.
This is why I’m not a fan of the new French language game, Assassin’s Creed. It makes for a great “look at that” game when you are trying to figure out which language to use in the game. It will be interesting to see what happens to the English speaking community after this.