A part of my goals in Tenerife is improving my language skills, learning Spanish is needed. The book that I brought from Indonesia becoming my companion to assist my language, listening music, took the course and practice my speaking with friends is helpful.
I could say Spanish is complicated, because comparing to my native (Indonesian Language) is way more simple. I did a lot of mistakes when I talked, the conjunction miss placed, masculine or feminine also often makes me so confuse. Bu then until I came to the moment I have to test my Spanish was on the third month in Tenerife. I had to made a presentation about Sustainable Tourism and Community Based Training with local youth, the challenge was the participant are not speaking English therefore I have no choice I have to lead and perform my Skill. Little bit worried about this fact, but then after four days of training feels so happy because I had managed it well and seem the participants also got the point and understood the content.
We also had so much fun when language barrier is appeared during the training, participants were laughing when I got little stuck during the presentation.