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I have no one around I can practice with. I have my A level exam looming up and I am feeling the pressure.

Do you have any special tips for how I can improve my Spanish?
Even though I regard my level of Spanish to be rather good, I struggle to read things on the news sometimes. Do I have to just keep at it?
I feel like I've hit a block and not progressing at all. I don't feel I'm improving in the least 😭😭

Also, if you can recommend any resources at all (speaking/listening/reading/writing) I would be very grateful.
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watch peppa pig or any other cartoons in spanish they are simple to understand so kids can learn..and i also recommend duolingo..such things can be fun and revising at the same time..and speak certain words with your family new words that you learn even though they wont undersatnd speaking helps to remember things easily.
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(Original post by Vanessa Rose 01)
I have no one around I can practice with. I have my A level exam looming up and I am feeling the pressure.

Do you have any special tips for how I can improve my Spanish?
Even though I regard my level of Spanish to be rather good, I struggle to read things on the news sometimes. Do I have to just keep at it?
I feel like I've hit a block and not progressing at all. I don't feel I'm improving in the least 😭😭

Also, if you can recommend any resources at all (speaking/listening/reading/writing) I would be very grateful.
Do you struggle to read and pronounce words or to understand the vocabulary / grammar used in the news etc?
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(Original post by Quick-use)
Do you struggle to read and pronounce words or to understand the vocabulary / grammar used in the news etc?
No I don't, I'm at a higher level than that. My problem is that that Spanish (ie news spanish) is very, very different to how we would say things in English, and also quite often figurative language is used.
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