Watched a Spanish movie lately? Were you listening on the radio and a Spanish song caught your attention? There are mediums that are provided nowadays in helping people best to understand and learn foreign languages. The Spanish language, being one of the most popular languages in the world, is the language that is also sought after in many aspects of business and career. If you know how to speak Spanish, there is a high chance of getting good and desirable positions in a company. Since there are millions of people who already knows the language, the demand of getting more manpower within a business community who knows how to handle issues of Spanish speaking customers is already a priority. There is however, another view to how people learn a language nowadays. No matter how interested these people may seem; the idea of allocating minutes of their daily hours is usually the problem. People tend to focus on things that give out quick results. If you’re just willing to, there are actually several ways for you to study Spanish the quick way, though it’s not the same thing in saying that it’s going to make the entire process quicker. Here are a couple of tips to help learn Spanish quickly. Keep in mind that any word in English which ends in –tion (attention, vacation etc), always has the -ciуn word ending in Spanish language. The examples cited above then become atenciуn and vacaciуn respectively. Next is the word ending –ty in English. Any English word which ends in –ty would become a Spanish which ends in –dad. Such as the word responsibility becomes responsibilidad. These words in Spanish are easily recognizable when being read by an English speaker who has not learned any type of Spanish course or lesson. This is the good thing about learning Spanish, words just come up to you and you already know what it means in English. There are a few other rules similar to the examples given above but don’t entirely rely on them though these truly can help you out in examining and learning Spanish words. To be sure, always look up a word from a vocabulary source.