I don't know what it is but Spanish is noooooot the easiest language for me, nor is learning any language for that matter. Sadly I have to take four years of a language for college, which is utter bull because they said I only needed two years of a language, but for levels 3 and 4, and I had to take 1&2 in order to get to level 3, and now those two prior Spanish classes were a total waste of mo EH since they count towards nothing.
I've been struggling with Spanish this whole semester for Spanish3 and coming up is an oral presentation that we have to do, and it must all be in Spanish. My writing is terrible and I can barely speak the language (they focus more on school work then spelling and talking orally which is a huge hole in pretty much the entire American education system) and I really don't feel comfortable enough writing this essay nor presenting it next week. It's only 5 minutes of talking and answering the teacher's questions, but I know I'm going to be in a bit of trouble here with my language learning disability, bleh. Why does college make you take classes you honestly don't need nor have interest in taking, like wtf.
So is anyone good at, or speaks, Spanish? I would like to maybe have some help writing/maybe speaking Spanish just so I can feel so much better about it. All teachers I've had for the language gave me the stink eye once they realized how bad I was at the language which resulted in me being too damn shy to even speak up or participate I class. Yeah we occasionally have Spanish speakers coming into the Walmart I work at, but they're Mexican so their wording is different and they talk/yell words at a million words per second. So I guess if one of you guys speaks/knows how to speak the language, we could type talk in Spanish so I can get the hang of writing in the language. Too shy for Skype chatting with people I don't know.
Yo me mal hablo español.
Cringe everyone. Cringeeeee.
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