One of the excellent habits I have obtained during the pandemic is learning another foreign language other than English. I loved traveling abroad before, but it is not possible due to Covid-19. To overcome this frustration positively, I decided to learn more about other foreign languages so that we can make use of that new skill someday.
The first one I choose is Spanish. Spanish is close to Japanese in terms of its pronunciation and perhaps easy to learn its grammar according to some rumors by friends. Hace dos años que aprender español. Por eso, puedo hablar español poco a poco. Tengo que aumentar más vocabulario por la communicación con fluidez.
This time I found a way to change the input source to Spanish in macOS, which allow me to write Spanish more correctly.
- On your Mac, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, click Keyboard, then click Input Sources.
- Click the Add button, then search for a Spanish
- Click Add.
- Change the input source to Spanish as you like.
If I get a chance, I want to write articles in Spanish to improve my writing skill in other languages.