Comprehensive, fun, easy-to-follow, downloadable courses of video lessons (with notes), conversation audios (with transcripts), interactive exercises (with answers), and texts (with transcripts). After making payment you receive direct download links to collect your course/s.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I buy a course or courses?
Choose your preferred course or courses above and click the Buy now button to button right away or the Add to cart button to add to cart and continue shopping for other courses. After making payment you will receive an instant link to download your course or courses.
How long is each course?
Each course is designed as a ten week course, one topic (video lesson, audio exercise, written exercise, interactive exercise) per week, but it is entirely up to you how long you take to complete each course. You will download and keep your course forever, so you can start, finish and repeat it whenever you want.
Will everything be in Spanish?
Courses are taught by native Spanish speaker, Laura, who explains all course information clearly in English, with Spanish examples throughout. More and more Spanish content is introduced as students progress through the courses from beginner to advanced levels.
What can I do if I have any questions during the course?
Course creator, Laura, is always at hand to assist students through the courses. If you have a question at any stage, please feel free to contact Laura and she will be happy to help.
Do I need to have any other learning material?
You should have your own Spanish-English dictionary, but apart from that we don’t recommend you use any other learning material. You can easily get bogged down and confused by too many books, apps, videos, mp3s, etc. We will provide all you need to learn the language clearly and quickly.
What type of Spanish will I learn on this course?
The Spanish spoken and taught here is Castellano Spanish as spoken in Spain which is almost identical to Latin American Spanish as spoken in South America, North America, Central America and the Caribbean. Latin American Spanish originally developed from Castellano and, though there are minor differences in pronunciation and vocabulary, both are basically the same language. The differences are similar to those between American and British English. It is certainly not difficult to understand one language once you know the other and Castellano Spanish will be easily understood by Spanish speakers in Spain and Latin America.
Who is my tutor?
Laura Garrido Eslava teaches all of the Spanish courses here on The Spanish Blog. Laura has over 15 years experience teaching Spanish in Spain, the UK and online. Laura trained as a Spanish Language Teacher with Lacunza International House in San Sebastian, Spain, and qualified in 2004. She has taught in colleges of further education, language academies and to students from all around the world via the internet.