How to help someone learn English?
She's in her late fifties from Mexico. It's hard for me because I'm not a native Spanish speaker.
Get her some audio mp3 ... Simple sentences and words translated.
Fifties? i think its a bit hard for her to learn now,why not you learn spanish instead :p Kidding .I think listening english songs, watching english movies with substitles n texting can help !
You might check with a vo tech school or online. For a fee, she can probably find a course that could help her. Even some high schools have adult night school classes. That is great that she wants to learn English at her age.
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