The very best way that you can learn a foreign language is to live in a foreign country and be completely immersed in the language and culture. That is certainly not possible for everyone to do, but for those of you who can afford to do so, we have taken the time to list a few Spanish schools in Spain and Valencia.
We have specifically listed a few Spanish schools in Spain, which will cover the entire country. Or you might have a particular interest in Spanish schools in Valencia, and we have listed a few schools in the Spanish city of Valencia. Wherever you choose to go, you can bet that it will be the opportunity of a lifetime.
The Spanish schools we have listed do a pretty good job of helping you find housing. For the most part, you are able to choose where you want to live. I would suggest that you take the opportunity to live with a host family. That way you won’t be surrounded by others who speak English, and you will be forced to speak Spanish. It’s amazing how much you can learn when you don’t really have any other options.
Spanish is one of the most commonly spoken languages in the world. Did you know there are a total of 21 Spanish speaking countries? Here is a list of those countries and their capitals:
Argentina, Buenos Aires
Bolivia, La Paz, Sucre
Costa Rica, San José
Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo
El Salvador, San Salvador
Equatorial Guinea, Malabo
Guatemala, Guatemala City
Mexico, Mexico City
Panama, Panama City
Puerto Rico, San Juan
Wouldn’t it be amazing to visit every one of these countries? Check out our new Spanish Speaking Countries page and see which ones you might want to visit. We will be adding new info regularly on each of these countries, so check it out. I’ll admit I’ve only been to one: Mexico. How many Spanish speaking countries have you been to? List them in the comment section!
Hola Amigos – here are some great Flash Cards for you to review what you’ve learned in the past few lessons. Remember, the Spanish words from these flash cards can be combined to help you form over 480 different sentences.
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Tomorrow’s lesson will be a Listen and Don’t Repeat lesson.
Note: the lessons we put up each day build upon lessons from previous days. If you are lost, when watching it, you may want to go back and watch previous lessons.
Today’s lesson teaches a little about Spanish pronouns and how they’re used in the course, it also helps you learn the two ways to say “you” in Spanish and talks about “running to the store” and if it means the same thing in Spanish.
If you click on the “YouTube” logo at the bottom right of the lesson, you can watch it on YouTube, share it, like it and spread the word.
Thanks for joining us! We hope you enjoy the next free Spanish lesson!
After you’re done with this lesson, you’ll be able to create 480 different sentences with the words you learn. I challenge you to see how many you can build.
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The Visual Link Spanish Level 1 lessons are now on YouTube! This is the first lesson. Be sure to subscribe to these lessons and share them with your friends, so that they too can learn Spanish for free!
Thousands of homeschoolers have used Visual Link Spanish over the past 10 years and have had amazing results. The Visual Link Spanish homeschool curriculum is fun, exciting, it really works and best of all – students can do it all on their own.
However, you don’t have to make our word for it, take a look at the course demo and see for yourself.
How does the course help homeschoolers?
1. It gets them speaking and conversing fast.
2. It avoids useless vocabulary lists with words students will never use.
3. Students learn to build sentences after the first few lessons.
4. Students can easily put together conversations in real-world situations.
5. If students go every Visual Link Spanish course, they know the equivalent of two years of college Spanish.
Years ago, I taught Spanish at the local university for 3 years. After teaching, I said, “there’s got to be a better way”. My students couldn’t carry on conversation with real native speakers (because of the curriculum I was required to use). Because of this experience, I spent the next 10 years away from academia working with native speakers in a private business to create a course that would get people Speaking in Spanish fast!
That is how Visual Link Spanish was born, and the company has never looked back.