To be able to communicate in Spanish very well
I like foreign languages and I find Spanish beautiful.
So that I can go to loads of places and know what everyone's saying
then go back to south spain and order in spanish
I want to teach English in Spain
To be fluent Socialise Second most spoken language in the world Sexy romantic language
Watching Barca players speaking Spanish week in week out!!
I wanted to learn foreign language and Spanish attracted me.
I always wanted to learn Spanish, and since I've been to Mexico, I think its a great trait to have and if an opportunity to comes to move there, or be there for a long period of time, not only will you be able to interact with them, but you will learn more.
This is a necessity for job opportunities, social life, and to keep my culture identity.
I've always wanted to learn another language, and spanish seems incredibly useful. I've picked up lots of words but I can't carry a conversation yet.
Always wanted to speak another language fluently and live in a foreign country
So I can better communicate with my husband's family.
I've always wanted to learn a second language and since Spanish is one of the most spoken languages in the world, why not start with that?
Over a 35 year span, I plan on adequately learning 16 other languages and this is one of them.
The most beautiful language to speak and to sing in.
I've always wanted to learn a different language..and spanish is my first choice
I've always been interested in Spanish so I think it is time to properly learn it!
I have wanted to do this since I was a little kid.
My Son in law speaks Spanish. I have always wanted to learn a new language.
I love the Spanish language I would love to be able to communicate with someone who doesn't speak English one bit and see there face light and their sigh of relief.
I took 4 years of Spanish in high school, but have forgotten alot of what I learned. I'd love to become fluent in the language and take a trip to South America and speak like a native.
I want to be able to read Pablo Neruda's poetry in its original language.
I should know more than asking where is the cheese.