I do not.
But I think I might like to learn! :)
I'll admit it's a little scary, but I am trying to embrace my inner student and possibly try to learn Spanish! I was re-watching George and Farid's Baby Shower Video last week and realizing yet again that a) Spanish is such a beautiful language; and b) I don't know what the heck Farid is saying in Spanish at the end of his speech!
Your thoughts on the best way to learn?
I've gone to the Rosetta Stone website and completed their demo. What did I learn? How to order salad (ensalada), bread (pan), and fish (pescado). And also something to wash it down with: water (agua), juice (jugo), or coffee (cafe). I can also identify photos of all these items being consumed by girls (nina), boys (nino), women (mujer), and men (hombre). I guess that's not too bad for a 15 minute tutorial, right? Given an hour or two I should be fluent! lol! So, is Rosetta Stone the way to go? It's expensive...almost $200 just for level 1! Or should I take a class at a community college? Also, is it a lost cause if I am completely incapable of rolling my R's? I don't ever expect to sound fantastic speaking it, but I think it would be SO COOL to know another language!
Oh, Milena and Gustavo...how lucky you are that you will be able to speak both English and Spanish from the get-go!
I'd love your feedback! How should I go about this new venture?