Form a habit and don’t compare yourself to others. Once learning becomes a daily habit, the hardest battle is won, but another battle you’ll have to fight is comparing yourself to others. I always find it useful, once you’re a slightly more advanced learner, to go back and look at some of your earlier lessons, and you’ll see how far you’ve come. This is a great motivator to keep you on track
Learning a language takes commitment and hard-work, but it is so worth. The Spanish Language is beautiful. Enjoy the process one step at a time and remind yourself that progress is progress no matter how big or small. Love the language and it will love you back!
Octavio Olenik Giaccaglia
To any beginner I could tell them not to give up. There will be moments in which they think it’s impossible or that they’re stuck and making no progress. It’s important to understand that learning a new language it’s a process, it takes time and it’s going to be quite difficult at times. Maybe taking some time off is a good option, the important thing is to carry on despite the frustration and keeping one’s own pace, knowing that it always pays off at the end.