"A foreign language is like a frail, delicate muscle. If you don't use it, it weakens”
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Conversational Spanish Classes
Conversational Spanish classes are designed to put into practice all your knowledge of Spanish. Ideally, you have already taken Spanish lessons (intermediate Spanish and/or advanced Spanish lessons). The focus of the Spanish Conversational classes is to help you become fluent, enrich your Spanish vocabulary and enlarge your range of expressions. With these Spanish speaking classes taught by a native Spanish speaker, your pronunciation and intonation will naturally improved.
I offer in-person conversational Spanish classes at home and public libraries in the Denver area. Hourly rate varies based on commute.
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Spanish Reference Books
A Spanish reference book that I recommend to all my students to support their learning process is Barron's 501 Spanish Verbs. Even when you learn Spanish conversational, our work with Spanish verbs isn't over! Fluency in Spanish starts with knowledge of verbs, these can be a very challenging aspect of learning Spanish. I find this book to be a complete conjugation guide.
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In my conversational Spanish classes, one of the topics I work on with my students is Spanish slangs or Spanish idioms. When you are at the Conversational Spanish level, it is important to learn a much more complex aspect of the Spanish language, which goes beyond grammar. By learning Spanish slangs or Spanish idioms, you will deepen your knowledge of the Hispanic culture and learn to interpret popular sayings in Spanish. I recommend The Red-Hot Book of Spanish Slang and Idioms, it has wonderful reviews.
As a Spanish teacher, I always stressed the importance of working on our Spanish listening skills. There are 20 countries that speak the language, therefore, there are a lot of accents that students need to be exposed to. During my classes, I love working with Yabla Spanish Immersion Videos. I complement my lessons with these videos and their exercises, it is a fun way to keep students engage in the learning process.