Best way to approach learning Spanish?

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Not fluently, think it would be hard to learn fluent on your own would need like 2 way conversations to help (I think) I got Spanish on Rosetta Stone I found it a really good help
 
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Rosetta Stone is good, along with immersion. Try and get away for cheap city weekends while learning. That will bring you on no end.
 
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Not fluently but I signed up to a evening course I did for 9 months and got a qualification. It was only the basic reading and writing but came with access to Rosetta Stone which helped me get the basics.

I will continue will learning the language once I moved to Germany or Switzerland.
 
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You can learn it yes, but to really be fluent you need to live in the country IMO.
 
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I've got the Paul noble box set for Spanish and it's pretty good,put the CDs o to my MP3 player and picked up like that.
 
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Interesting responses...I've been really trying to be more adventurous with Spanish...if you fail the Spanish smile and nudge you on encouragement:)

Thing is most Spanish I've met recently are all very good English speakers so they must be doing something right.
 
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