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Looking for a gestur

Posted: Thu Jul 16, 2020 10:32am
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Andy56

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Hi I have a very good solicitor who deals with many of my requirements but I also need a gestur to help with taxes, driving license and various other matters relating to my move to Spain.

Can anyone recommend a good Spanish/English speaking gestur? 

Andy

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Posted: Thu Jul 16, 2020 9:22pm

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Posted: Thu Jul 16, 2020 9:22pm

Andy56 wrote on Thu Jul 16, 2020 10:32am:

Hi I have a very good solicitor who deals with many of my requirements but I also need a gestur to help with taxes, driving license and various other matters relating to my move to Spain.

Can anyone recommend a good Spanish/English speaking gestur? 

Andy

If your using Mundi Andy, they can certainly help with driving licence and other matters relating to your move.

For tax you need an Asesor/a - I’d recommend mine who is superb and very proactive ... but she speaks no English; if you have a translator or basic Spanish though I’ll pass her details.  

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Posted: Thu Jul 16, 2020 10:01pm

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Posted: Thu Jul 16, 2020 10:01pm

DarioMartin wrote on Thu Jul 16, 2020 9:22pm:

If your using Mundi Andy, they can certainly help with driving licence and other matters relating to your move.

For tax you need an Asesor/a - I’d recommend mine who is superb and very proactive ... but she speaks no English; if you have a translator or basic Spanish though I’ll pass her details.  ...

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Ok thanks I’ll think about that one. I am learning Spanish but so far almost all via a language app so I’ve had very little real practice. And I’m pretty useless really!!

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Posted: Thu Jul 16, 2020 11:36pm

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Posted: Thu Jul 16, 2020 11:36pm

Andy56 wrote on Thu Jul 16, 2020 10:01pm:

Ok thanks I’ll think about that one. I am learning Spanish but so far almost all via a language app so I’ve had very little real practice. And I’m pretty useless really!!

The first few months are a little difficult, but as your ear becomes attuned and you start hearing the same phrases over and over it comes along

The only advice I can possibly offer is DON’T be afraid to try - don’t worry about getting it wrong, stumbling or only slowly producing a sentence.  The response you get here from people when you actually try to speak the language is overwhelmingly positive.  The only way you’ll really learn is by taking what you’ve learnt from the language app (DuoLingo perchance? Excellent as a free app, but uses South American Spanish which has some slight differences) and USE it.  Talk to people, listen to what they say, pick through it a d see if you can respond.

It’s difficult because much like in English, people will respond with colloquialisms that may not be readily recognisable.  Stick at it, it’s not a quick process but in a year you’ll be surprised how much you’ve learnt and .... never stop learning :-D

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