How To Learn Spanish

I still remember when I decided to learn Spanish, about four years ago.

 

I had failed miserably at every other attempt at learning a language. French. Three years of Japanese in College, of which I remember nearly nothing.

 

I have a genetic disposition for poor memory, for god’s sake. But I was moving to Colombia for a few months, and was determined to learn, in spite of the unknown.

 

This probably sounds familiar. Maybe you’ve tried learning Spanish before, to little avail.

 

So for whatever reason – travel, speaking to family or friends, work, or love – you’ve decided that 2020 is the year to finally learn Spanish. That you are tired of waiting. That you want to finally be able to actually communicate. You want to prove to yourself and everyone around you that you can learn another language.

 

But you realize that there’s a lot of BS out there about how to learn a language. You don’t want to just follow the traditional methods that are so ineffective and expensive.

 

That’s where I come in.

 

When I arrived in San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico, I started a documentary about not just learning Spanish, but doing it in a single month.

 

And 18 months later, I filmed another documentary, this time with my Spanish teacher and now best friend as co-student, about learning Portuguese in a single week.

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My name is Silvana, I’m 43 years old. I am from Colombia and I have been living in Mexico for 12 years. I lived in the US in New York, New Jersey, Florida and Texas many times for many months each time. 

Luis lived in the United States, where he gave Spanish lessons to government offices in Oregon. He created courses and instructional materials for the Oregan state to educate state officials.

Luz speaks Spanish, Italian and English.  She enjoys working with Spanish speakers in all levels from beginners to advanced students and she also enjoys creating custom lessons for her students. 

I am Felix from Mexico. I speak and teach Spanish, English and a Mayan language Tsotsil. I have been teaching Spanish for ten years. I am passionate about languages.

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