To improve your listening skills, you could listen to spanish radio stations (also available on the net) or Spanish channels, if you have the possibility. And if there are Spanish speakers in your community, don't be shy and try to start short conversations.
Believe, if there were English speakers here in Spain, I would try to do so!! ;-)
There are also good programs, CD, DVD, etc. which could help you.
Anyway, your comment is going to the point, as most students say they have learned Spanish grammar, vocabulary, etc... but they now need to know how to pronounce all those words!!
I'll open a new topic where you'll find listed helpful resources about Spanish pronounciation. I think there are a lot of them on the internet.
Oops! Just a correction:
You said: "Gracias por sus lecciones en sua homepage". Ok, it's fine but the possesive is not "sua" but "su" (your). We also use in Spanish the word "homepage", but it sounds better is we say "pï¿½gina web" (webpage).
Ah! One more thing: I suppose it is just a typing mistake, but I have to tell this, in order any person reading this message think that Spanish word exists! I'm refering to "Miamiga". In fact, it is "Mi amiga" (My friend).
Apart from that, everything looks good!
And finally, here's how we say "I would like to learn, improve...":
"Me gustarï¿½a aprender, mejorar..."
So, your final sentence is:
"Mi amiga vive en Espaï¿½a y me gustarï¿½a visitarla algï¿½n dï¿½a"
- Vive en Espaï¿½a, not Vive in Espaï¿½a
- algï¿½n, not alguno. (Alguno is a pronoun)
Well, Angie, thanks for your interest!
Have a nice day!
Angeles Fernï¿½ndez. Spanish language at Bellaonline.com Spanish Tutor Online