Spanish Class Homework

<p>is really annoying if it involves listening portions. HELLLLLO! Can you please find someone that can talk slowly and ENUNCIATE?</p>

<p>I don't think so.</p>

<p>AHHHHH, lablondie!</p>

<p>yeah. hi.</p>

<p>how're you?</p>

<p>I am fine. How are you?</p>

<p>I am good.</p>

<p>i am fine as well.</p>

<p>has anything interesting happened lately?</p>

<p>Not particularly.</p>

<p>lablondie! wat's up!!! I almost forgot abt u! Well, it sucks even more for me, since I've to take YEAR LONG Spanish (my school goes in a wierd trimester schedule)</p>

<p>it only sounds fast because you're not used to hearing it.</p>

<p>Yeah, they're speaking it normally - you're just not used to hearing it.</p>

<p>I hardly ever have Spanish homework, but what I do get is really easy. My class never does anything with listening other than the teacher talking. I watch Spanish TV so I'm becoming accustomed to it, but I've never had listening homework. The listening portion of the final exam was just the teacher talking very slowly and repeating things more than once.</p>

<p>I asked for people to talk SLOWLY, not normally. Come on now, get it straight.</p>

<p>Oh... and you better not forget about me, asif.</p>

<p>If you want to speak like a native, all you have to do is run your words together and don't stress consonants. In most languages besides English, German, French, and Chinese, the consonants aren't given much credit at all. It's completely unnatural for a native Spanish speaker to articulate consonants, because that's just not the way it works. Vowels are what's important.</p>