Advanced Spanish Course

Immerse yourself completely in the language and start speaking like a native Spanish speaker. This course will take your Spanish writing, listening, speaking and reading skills to the highest level as you resolve any doubts and gaps in knowledge you may have and learn the finer grammar details along with loads of useful expressions and vocabulary.

Follow the links below for FREE sample Spanish video lessons:

1.Ways to add emphasis using El que, La que, Los que, Las que and Quien
2.Ways to add emphasis using El que, La que, Los que and Las que
3.Ways to add emphasis using Donde, Como, and Cuando
4.Ways to add emphasis using Si alguien, Si algo, Si, Porque, and Para
5.Spanish expressions with el verbo Ser (Part 1)
6.Spanish expressions with el verbo Ser (Part 2)
7.Spanish expressions with el verbo Ser (Part 3)
8.Spanish expressions with el verbo Estar (Part 1)
9.Spanish expressions with el verbo Estar (Part 2)
10.Spanish expressions with el verbo Estar (Part 3)
11.Pretérito Indefinido & Pretérito Perfecto
12.Pretérito Indefinido & Pretérito Imperfecto
13.Pretérito Perfecto, Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto & Futuro Perfecto
14.Spanish verbs with double meanings (Part 1)
15.Spanish verbs with double meanings (Part 2)
16.Latin expressions used in Spanish (Part 1)
17.Latin expressions used in Spanish (Part 2)
18.Orders, advice & instructions (Part 1)
19.Orders, advice & instructions (Part 2)
20.Orders, advice & instructions (Part 3)
21.Direct & indirect object pronouns (Part 1)
22.Direct & indirect object pronouns (Part 2)
23.Direct & indirect object pronouns (Part 3)
24.Colloquial expressions of manner (Part 1)
25.Colloquial expressions of manner (Part 2)
26.Colloquial expressions of manner (Part 3)
27.Colloquial expressions of manner (Part 4)
28.“Se buscan personas” vs “Se busca a personas” (Part 1)
29.“Se buscan personas” vs “Se busca a personas” (Part 2)
30.“Se buscan personas” vs “Se busca a personas” (Part 3)
31.Spanish prefixes and suffixes (Part 1)
32.Spanish prefixes and suffixes (Part 2)
33.How to use the Spanish adverb “Aunque” (Part 1)
34.How to use the Spanish adverb “Aunque” (Part 2)
35.Expressions similar to Aunque (Part 1)
36.Expressions similar to Aunque (Part 2)
37.Position of Spanish adjectives (Part 1)
38.Position of Spanish adjectives (Part 2)
39.Expressions with references to animals (Part 1)
40.Expressions with references to animals (Part 2)
41.Spanish relative pronouns (Part 1)
42.Spanish relative pronouns (Part 2)
43.Spanish relative pronouns (Part 3)
44.“El agua” or “La agua” (Part 1)
45.“El agua” or “La agua” (Part 2)
46.Probability with the Spanish Future and the Spanish Conditional (Part 1)
47.Probability with the Spanish Future and the Spanish Conditional (Part 2)
48.Probability expressions (Part 1)
49.Probability expressions (Part 2)
50.Colloquial expressions with Estar (Part 1)
51.Colloquial expressions with Estar (Part 2)
52.English Spanish False Friends (Part 1)
53.English Spanish False Friends (Part 2)
54.English Spanish False Friends (Part 3)
55.English Spanish False Friends (Part 4)
56.Meaning of the Spanish word Lo (Part 1)
57.Meaning of the Spanish word Lo (Part 2)
58.Uses of the Spanish word Leche
59.Uses of the Spanish word Hombre (Part 1)
60.Uses of the Spanish word Hombre (Part 2)
61.Uses of the Spanish Present Tense – El Presente (Part 1)
62.Uses of the Spanish Present Tense – El Presente (Part 2)
63.How not to use the Spanish Present Perfect – El Pretérito Perfecto (Part 1)
64.How not to use the Spanish Present Perfect – El Pretérito Perfecto (Part 2)
65.Expressing probability with El Futuro and El Condicional (Part 1)
66.Expressing probability with El Futuro and El Condicional (Part 2)
67.Uses of the Spanish word Poco (Part 1)
68.Uses of the Spanish word Poco (Part 2)
69.Saber vs Conocer (Part 1)
70.Saber vs Conocer (Part 2)
71.Pedir vs Preguntar (Part 1)
72.Pedir vs Preguntar (Part 2)
73.Spanish expressions featuring colours (Part 1)
74.Spanish expressions featuring colours (Part 2)
75.Spanish expressions featuring colours (Part 3)

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7 Comments

  1. Reply Hannah

    Thank you very much for making these lessons available for free. These are the best Spanish lessons I have found for improving in advanced Spanish topics. Thank you!

  2. Reply Michael

    Thank you so much for making these available and for free. I bought your other eight courses. Great deal.

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