Spanish is one of the easiest and most useful languages to know. In the US and Europe it is the most popular foreign language to learn for English speakers. Spanish is spoken in many countries in the world apart from just Spain; Mexico, Argentina, Paraguay, Chile, Venezuela, Peru, El Salvador, Ecuador, the Dominican Republic, Honduras and with over 480 million native speakers in the world you will find it easy to find someone to practise speaking with.
Benefits of learning Spanish:
In today’s blog post we will help you discover some of the best Spanish learning apps available today: Continue reading
We are all well aware of e-courses, but because of the pandemic, we have also been introduced to online high schools. Taking online classes can be time-consuming and sometimes challenging to set up and get used to. Many students are completely new to this method of learning and that is why it seems impossible for them to adapt to online studying. But don’t worry, we are here today with some great tips to help you study and adjust to online learning easily.
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One of my favourite Spanish songs. Follow the lyrics in Spanish with the English translation below:
I am sure you have heard that lockdown is a great time to do something that you have not had enough time for before. Learning a foreign language could well be one of these activities, however, have you already got started? Many people put this idea off until tomorrow for years. However, the global pandemic is exactly the time when you should not postpone learning a foreign language and here you will understand why.
If you remember the beginning of the lockdown, at first there was denial, and then many people began to look at self-isolation as an opportunity to spend their time at home wisely. However, in practice, for many, it turned into just making plans for the future and grew into a period of stagnation.
If you look again at all the possibilities and realise the benefits they can bring to your future, then this stagnation can be transformed into real action. In today’s blog post we will look at the most important reasons why learning a foreign language during lockdown will help you in such an uncertain future. Continue reading
• Visual: As it is a visual app it is a brilliant way to learn a language. Seeing an image related to the Spanish word is a great way to make it stick out in your mind and you will find that you will memorise words more easily this way and also retain them in your long term memory. Continue reading
According to the World Economic Forum global downloads of Zoom in March 2020 increased by 100 per cent due to the global pandemic forcing many schools and universities to move to remote learning via videoconferencing tools.
Although the personal interaction is different there are many features that make Zoom the ideal learning platform for students. Zoom is known for its better connection compared to other video conferencing tools.
In today’s blog post we will talk through some of these key features that can be used during an online language lesson. Continue reading
If you have been thinking about learning Spanish for a while but have never found the right time to start, this is the ideal opportunity with lots of us spending more time at home.
Or this could be the ideal, unique Christmas gift for a friend or relative that you know is interested in learning Spanish!
With foreign holidays looking more likely next year, why not use this time to really brush up your Spanish to make your next holiday stress free and more enjoyable by being able to speak some Spanish.
All courses are based on self-study so you simply study whenever you have time to. There is no classroom pressure or deadlines to meet.
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Learning a language can be challenging. Not only the actual study itself but for most people it can be difficult to find the time to fit it into your already busy lifestyle and also sticking to this and staying motivated to continue learning.
In this blog post we will look at tried and tested ways that you can easily fit language learning into your daily life and keep learning fun and simple. Continue reading
We live in a society that tends to celebrate youth, and this extends to their abilities to learn. This doesn’t help the fact that many of us feel that we’re getting too old to adopt a new skill or start on another career path. A lot of this negativity is self-directed, and when it comes to learning another language, we often discourage ourselves by thinking that it’s too late for us to start, that younger people are more successful in these endeavours.
While it’s certainly true that multi-linguism can be easier with the benefit of youth, it’s not impossible to achieve later in life. By applying some energy and useful tools, we can become fluent conversationalists. That said, we also need to be mindful of how we approach the challenges that childhood learners aren’t privy to.
So what are the differences between learning as an adult as opposed to a child? What strategies can old learners employ to mitigate the difficulties of age? Let’s take a closer look so you can get started in receiving the vast cultural benefits of adopting a new tongue! Continue reading
You will learn how to greet the locals, take a taxi, check in at the hotel, order food and drinks, ask for directions, go shopping and deal with emergency situations.
The course is based on authentic dialogues between a native speaker and a tourist.
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