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online lessons for everyone

Perfect your Spanish skills with the help of an online tutor from Chile. You’ll improve your Spanish conversational skills at the same time as getting to grips with vocabulary, reading, and writing.

You will also be able to tailor your lessons to your own goals!

My secret

How to learn Spanish fast?

Want to know the secret to learning to speak Spanish? It’s time, commitment, and the right support. Research shows that you can learn a language 50% faster with private lessons, so while there is no magic trick that will help you improve your Spanish overnight, there are proven methods you can use.

Having private lessons once or twice a week has allowed hundreds of students to reach their language goals in a short time, but also by dedicating time to study and practice on their own. Both techniques together are a sure-fire way to go. 

how to learn Spanish online

SPANISH for beginners

Hundreds of beginners have found their way here to learn Spanish. In my classes, you will learn Spanish step by step with regular conversation practice and the opportunity to receive feedback and work on any areas you are having trouble with.

If you are a beginner try downloading a vocabulary app to familiarize yourself with the most commonly used words and consider listening to Spanish music on your commute to see what words you can pick out. Learn basic words to say hello and goodbye and start taking classes with me, I’m sure in a very little time you will start to feel more confident with your Spanish.

learning ON YOUR OWN

can I learn Spanish BY MYSELF?

You can, but you need a lot of commitment and dedication to follow a study plan that allows you to develop the four essential skills to learn a language. There are many free resources you can use to help you study Spanish online, however, none of these can replace a native tutor. 

In my classes, you will have the excellent opportunity to practice conversation, you will receive feedback on any mistakes and we will work to find your learning style. This will make a big difference in learning to speak Spanish fluently.

The Four Basic Language Skills

Receptive and Productive Skills


When we say that someone «speaks» a language fluently, we usually mean that they have a high level in all four skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. However, learners often have strengths or weaknesses in certain skills and, in some cases, may reach high levels in, for example, reading and writing, while not being able to speak or listen at a comparable level. You probably understand when someone speaks to you in Spanish but you can’t respond, despite knowing a few words. 

This is why you need to practice all language skills, to adopt a balanced approach, which ensures the development of the ability to use the language effectively in the real world. 

SPEAKING AND WRITING

Productive or active forms of learning (speaking and writing)

These two skills are the two factors involved in the production process when using a language with the only difference that the content produced is verbal or written. These skills are the main methods of language production. Depending on which of these active skills is most commonly used, the person will have the facility with the skill that is most frequently used.

LISTENING AND READING

Receptive or passive forms of learning (listening and writing)

On the other hand, receptive learning consists of listening and reading skills. The reason these skills are considered passive is that the skills involved do not produce anything that can be interpreted by anyone except the person using them.

«Los pequeños detalles, marcan la diferencia»

LEARNING TO SPEAK SPANISH FLUENTLY


I’ve put together some guides to help you speak Spanish with confidence, so you can have easy, everyday conversations, as well as speak in meeting rooms and classrooms.

From Spanish pronunciation to understanding Spanish (or Chilean) slang, this important information will have you sounding like a native Spanish speaker in no time. Check out the articles and bookmark your favorites so you can refer back to them during your Spanish studies.

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