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i took 3 years of it so i can give tips o.o
If you have any questions about Spanish, you can post them in the Spanish section of this site. I frequently help people out in that section. And there are a handful of very reliable people there who can also help.
I need the alphabets in Spanish
Here, I found this neat site with all the letters in the Spanish alphabet. When you place your mouse cursor over a letter, it shows you what the letter is, and how to pronounce it. This is the complete alphabet that I learned, all the way back in 7th grade. http://www.spanishspanish.com/alfabeto_ipower.html
wow thanks 'in your head'
Thanks a lot @InYourHead I learnt how to pronounce the spanish words perfectly. So where do i go from there?
Do you have the option of taking Spanish classes in school? It's helpful to learn Spanish in a more structured format. What that means is that it'd be easier to learn new words and phrases under one category at a time. For example, you could start out by learning greetings and introductions, and then present-tense verb conjugation, and then new vocabulary words for things that you find around the house, etc.
If you're not taking any classes in school, studying on your own is always an option. Spanish is a very easy language to learn. There are many affordable books out there that you could use, to teach yourself. And these books usually understand the importance of learning structurally, like I mentioned before. If you have any questions about Spanish, the people in this section, and the Spanish section, are always here for you. So please ask!