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- 1 Q: How does the free trial lesson work?
- 2 Q: What are the Spanish lessons like?
- 3 Q: How do I book a class?
- 4 Q: Can I design my own Spanish course?
- 5 Q: How long will it take me to become fluent in Spanish?
- 6 Q: How many classes per week do you recommend?
- 7 Q: Can I cancel or move my Spanish classes?
- 8 Q: Will I get Spanish homework?
- 9 Q: How long is each online Spanish lesson?
- 10 Q: What hardware/software do I need?
- 11 Q: How do I pay for my Spanish lessons?
- 12 Do I Need to Have Learned a Language Before?
- 13 High School Spanish Was Awful. Is This Going to be the Same?
- 14 Q: Am I too old to learn Spanish?
- 15 Start Speaking Spanish Today – 100% Free!
- 16 Start Speaking Spanish Today[100% Free!]
Q: How does the free trial lesson work?
A: You’ll find all the details here.
Q: What are the Spanish lessons like?
A: Our online Spanish classes are just like chatting with a friend – only in Spanish! We’ve helped hundreds of students start talking Spanish from their very first lesson.
Q: How do I book a class?
A: We work with students in different counties & time zones all over the world.
Q: Can I design my own Spanish course?
A: Our goal is to help you learn to speak Spanish. If you have specific needs or a specific goal or idea on how to accomplish that, we’re here to support you. Drop us a line, we’d love to hear your ideas.
Q: How long will it take me to become fluent in Spanish?
A: Each of our Spanish levels is designed to be completed in 10 lessons of 1.5 hours each, including 30 hours of homework.
Our Spanish lessons use a lot of practical elements including auditory lessons and conversational practice. In addition, we address grammar and vocabulary themes and build on them over time through practical use.
Our method of teaching will bring you to fluency more quickly than if you tried to learn from a book or worked with Rosetta Stone or other similar language learning programs.
Q: How many classes per week do you recommend?
A: We recommend taking a minimum of three lessons per week in order to ensure steady learning. Feel free to sign up for more or less depending on your availability.
Q: Can I cancel or move my Spanish classes?
A: Of course! We simply ask for 24 hours notice to move or cancel any Spanish class, otherwise we – unfortunately – have to charge you in full for the class per our cancellation policy.
Q: Will I get Spanish homework?
A: We know – everybody hates homework… but it’s important.
Dynamo Spanish has designed each course level to include approximately 15 hours of lessons accompanied by 30 hours of homework.
Benefits of homework include:
- Reinforcing material learned during class
- Increasing your fluency
- Allowing you to study on your own time at your own pace. Increasing your independence and confidence
Q: How long is each online Spanish lesson?
A: Our standard Spanish lessons are 1.5 hours. But if your schedule demands either longer or shorter lessons, we can tailor our classes to meet your needs.
Q: What hardware/software do I need?
A: Whether you have a PC or Mac (or even a linux box!) – it doesn’t matter, so long as you can run Skype or Google Hangouts. Learn everything you need here
Q: How do I pay for my Spanish lessons?
A: Students pay for our Spanish classes via PayPal or via bank transfer.
Do I Need to Have Learned a Language Before?
No. In fact, many of our students are learning a second language for the very first time.
If that’s your case, then we welcome you to this wonderful experience. Learning a new language is like gaining a key to a different world. You’ll be so glad you made the effort.
As you move forward with your lessons, you’ll begin to develop a sense of your learning style and rhythm. Our teachers will identify strengths and weaknesses and tailor your lessons to build your confidence and skills.
High School Spanish Was Awful. Is This Going to be the Same?
No. Our online Spanish lessons are far more engaging than typical high school classes. Instead of endlessly reciting verb conjugations or memorizing vocabulary by rote, you’ll learn Spanish by actually using the language.
Conversational language learning is not only more interesting, but it’s more effective because it uses practical applications of the vocabulary you’ve learned. You begin to make associations and use the words naturally instead of in isolated exercises.
Also, you’ll be working one-on-one with a native speaker instead of sitting in a large classroom of other students.
Q: Am I too old to learn Spanish?
A: Definitely not! As language teachers, people often ask us “What’s the easiest language to learn?” Our answer: “The language you want to learn.” There’s no perfect age to learn a language. The most important factor in learning anything is having the desire to learn. If you have that, the rest is easy.
If you want to learn Spanish, it doesn’t matter if you’re 10 or 100 years old.
Start Speaking Spanish Today – 100% Free!
We’re so certain you’ll love our online Spanish lessons that – for a limited period – we’re offering your first taster class completely free (instead of the regular price of $30).
What’s the catch? There isn’t one. We’re confident you’ll see why our students love us, and 95% of people who take the free trial sign up for regular classes.
There’s no pressure or “hard sell” – if you’re not delighted, you don’t pay a penny.
Get in touch now & start speaking Spanish today!