Becoming fluent depends on the person who is learning Spanish. Here are some language fluency tips many have found useful to advance in any language:
Learn the right words, the right way.
Learn cognates: your friend in every single language.
Realize that adults are actually better language learners than kids.
Expand your vocabulary with mnemonics.
Learn to sound more native.
Tim Ferris best-selling author and polyglot says, “To understand 95% of a language and become conversationally fluent may require months of applied learning; to reach the 98% threshold could require 10 years. There is a point of diminishing returns where, for most people, it makes more sense to acquire more languages (or other skills) vs. add a 1% improvement per 5 years.” – Tim Ferris
We recommend having a goal to become comfortable enough to have a fluent conversation. Whether you are working to develop native-level or conversational fluency, Online Global classroom have native Spanish bilingual teachers ready to help you with your journey!