Learn real Spanish, at your own pace! Are you planning to travel to a Spanish-speaking country? Are you being relocated to Latin America or Spain? Do you just love how Spanish sounds? So this class is for you!
My classes will be planned depending on the goals of the students. And they are based on real situations.
I base my tutoring on delightful conversation and easy-to-follow instructions to ensure anyone's success in speaking, understanding, and thinking in Spanish. Learning a new language is achieved through social interactions, of wanting to meet another person, explore new genres of music, and identify through words.
Spanish and English have very similar sentence structures, which is half the battle! Except for a few differences (like adjective order, for instance), Spanish and English both use the “Subject, Verb, Object” (SVO) sentence structure.
There are languages that use completely different word orders, so the similarities here mean one less thing to learn!
Spanish has many rules and patterns to follow
Like English, Spanish has many rules that have long lists of exceptions. But there are plenty of patterns and rules that really do work, and the more of them you know, the more of the language you will master. Look for these patterns in your learning to make Spanish just a tad easier to learn.
For example, conjugating a verb or building a sentence are both fairly uniform throughout the language, requiring you to just learn the rules (we will discuss exceptions to this in a bit).
Patterns are everywhere. You will notice quickly, for example, that nouns ending in -o are often masculine while nouns that end in -a are often feminine. Even the exceptions to this have patterns: nouns that end with -ema are nearly always masculine, like el poema (the poem) and el tema (the theme).
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