Well, it would appear that Mexico has a new president as of…yesterday. Congratulations for that. Ruining all my plans. Bah.
I’ve decided to it is time to learn Spanish. If I’m going to be in Mexico – or anywhere south of the United States – I should know how to communicate properly. (I should probably learn some Portuguese as well, though that should come easily after knowing some Spanish from what I have gathered.)
What would be the best way to go about learning the language? I am aware that classroom Spanish is not necessarily the language that is spoken, and I also know that there is bound to be regional variance. Where should I start?
Specifically, I would like to know if there exist particular phrases that will help me in my eventual takeover of the world. That is, if I stay here. I would still prefer to go home.