¿Te gustaría adquirir un acento adecuado del idioma español? 7 tips para lograrlo.

1) En Serio ¡No te estreses!

Lo cierto es que todos los hablantes de un idioma tienen acento, sean de donde sean. Sonar al 100 % como un nativo no solo es casi imposible, sino que además te quita personalidad. Céntrate en mejorar tu pronunciación para que otras personas puedan entenderte y no seas demasiado duro con tus errores.

2) Escucha español diariamente

El acento es una cuestión de oído: no puedes tener buen acento si no has interiorizado cómo «suena» el español. Así que no tienes excusa para no ver las series y películas en versión original. Para seguir practicando a diario, también puedes descargarte algún podcast en español y escucharlo de camino al trabajo o en tu tiempo libre.

3) Fíjate en el ritmo

Cada lenguaje tiene su propia musicalidad y la voz sube y baja en patrones diferentes, así que presta atención cuando escuches español para cogerle el ritmo.

4) Lee poesía en español

Leer poesía en voz alta es una de las mejores maneras de detectar qué sonidos riman y quedarte con la pronunciación de las palabras que uses de manera más habitual.

5) Grábate y escúchate

Sí, sabemos que a nadie le gusta el sonido de su propia voz grabada, pero escucharte «desde fuera» es la mejor manera para detectar errores e ir puliendo tu acento. Por supuesto, si tienes a mano a algún nativo que pueda corregirte, todavía mejor.

6) Aprende fonética

Aunque se escriban con las mismas letras,el español y el inglés tienen muchos sonidos diferentes. Para entender en profundidad cómo funcionan, te recomendamos que aprendas el alfabeto fonético.

7) Practica, practica, practica

La mejor manera de aprender español es hablando español… y el acento no es ninguna excepción. Busca algún intercambio de idiomas cerca de tu casa y practica interactuando con nativos. Además de mejorar tu acento y fluidez, ¡seguro que pasas un buen rato!


19 settembre 2019
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Andres Loaiza

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Ecuador
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Ucraino
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Francese
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Hello! Thank you for reading my teacher profile! I have been a professional teacher Online for almost 6 years and I hope to continue for a long time, I love teaching Spanish and getting to know students from all over the place. If you have a chance please watch my videos, profile and read the comments as a reference to my work and my commitment to my students. I started teaching Spanish as a part-time job a little bit more than 4 years ago, with time I learned the grammatical and technical aspects of the language so I could be a professional teacher. Now is my full-time job and I dedicate completely to it, giving 7 to 8 lessons per day. I have taken different courses so that I could understand and explain all the tenses including; the difference between the past tenses, subjunctive (how to detect it), the simplicity of future tense and rarities or exceptions that we have in the language. I normally work with GOOGLE DOCUMENTS, GOOGLE SPREADSHEETS, PDFS, ARTICLES, DYNAMIC LESSONS, VIDEOS. If I could summarise my teaching style in a shortlist, it would be like this: - Asking a lot of questions from basic to more complex so that the student knows how to answer them. - Correcting almost everything (giving the chance to the student to talk and finish the sentence), always giving the most common way to say or pronounce words or phrases. - Propose different topics and materials to have a dynamic lesson. - Explaining and solving a doubt in English and after it, asking the student to give some examples in Spanish.
Flag
Spagnolo
globe
Ecuador
time
60
Parla:
Spagnolo
Madrelingua
,
Russo
B2
,
Inglese
B2
,
Ucraino
B2
,
Francese
A2
Hello! Thank you for reading my teacher profile! I have been a professional teacher Online for almost 6 years and I hope to continue for a long time, I love teaching Spanish and getting to know students from all over the place. If you have a chance please watch my videos, profile and read the comments as a reference to my work and my commitment to my students. I started teaching Spanish as a part-time job a little bit more than 4 years ago, with time I learned the grammatical and technical aspects of the language so I could be a professional teacher. Now is my full-time job and I dedicate completely to it, giving 7 to 8 lessons per day. I have taken different courses so that I could understand and explain all the tenses including; the difference between the past tenses, subjunctive (how to detect it), the simplicity of future tense and rarities or exceptions that we have in the language. I normally work with GOOGLE DOCUMENTS, GOOGLE SPREADSHEETS, PDFS, ARTICLES, DYNAMIC LESSONS, VIDEOS. If I could summarise my teaching style in a shortlist, it would be like this: - Asking a lot of questions from basic to more complex so that the student knows how to answer them. - Correcting almost everything (giving the chance to the student to talk and finish the sentence), always giving the most common way to say or pronounce words or phrases. - Propose different topics and materials to have a dynamic lesson. - Explaining and solving a doubt in English and after it, asking the student to give some examples in Spanish.
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