One of the most frustrating problems many language learners face is the lack of a community of speakers. After a few months I really started missing speaking Spanish, which is how a couple of other hispanohablante language nerds and I have ended up teaming up to organize a local Spanish language night. Here are a few steps you can take to start organizing a local Spanish night. Step 1: Assemble a team Who do you know who speaks or is learning Spanish? Find a couple of colleagues, classmates, or neighbors who can help organize and attend the meetups with you.
Spanish TV, movies, apps, music, and games are all great, and Internet dialect learning partners and teachers are an important part of making Spanish a part of your daily life. Although do you know where the rubber meets the road with a alien language? When you start using it in real life day to calendar day interactions! That's what language learning is all about isn't it?