The importance of learning Spanish cannot be underestimated. It is a hugely global language, and only behind Mandarin in the list of the most widely spoken languages in the world. In fact, it is estimated that there are 414 million native Spanish speakers in the world and if you consider those who speak it as a second language the number of total Spanish speakers rises to 560 million.

Due to its global significance, one cannot underestimate the importance of speaking Spanish. If you are reading this as a competent or native English speaker, after learning Spanish you will be able to communicate well with roughly a third of the world’s population using only two languages. This opens up huge opportunities around the world and is incredibly helpful for both leisure and work.

Through our online courses you will be able to grasp the most important concepts of Spanish for an incredibly reasonable price. With our Ser and Estar course we will focus on the main features of these two crucial verbs. We will learn when to use either ser or estar, when they affect the meanings of the adjectives that they are paired with, and any other unique problems that emerge. By taking this 20-hour course, divided into 5 modules, we ensure you that you will have an advanced awareness of the two verbs and it will act as a great platform to build on for your future Spanish learning.

For just 50 euros we also offer a course focused on helping you get to grips with the past tense in Spanish. At an estimated length of 20 hours, we come to terms with arguably one of the most complicated and crucial grammatical points in the Spanish language. We offer the highest quality of material and helpful examples in order to assist your learning process.

So, if you would like to learn one of the world’s most important and global languages, then you have come to the right place. Our courses, specialised in specific areas of the Spanish language, act as a great base to then build on and propel your learning.

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Alfredo Orive
May 03, 2017 at 09:42:21

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