Sometimes it feels as if you’re banging your head against a brick wall. No matter how many times you tell your Spanish students to say: “She has blue eyes” they continue to say “She has eyes blues.”
What’s their problem?
Are they lazy?
Are they stupid?
Do they not listen to you?
Before you start blaming THEM, think about your own second language learning history for a minute.
Are there any mistakes you make over and over again?
If your answer is NO, I’m not convinced you are being 100% honest.
The truth is that we all make mistakes when using our second language.
It’s entirely natural to do so because our use of our second language is always influenced by our native tongue.
In this blog, I’m going to point out 10 reasons why Spanish speakers make certain errors. Knowing about these problems may help you…
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