Posted by: Orekh Schriftsteller | October 22, 2012

Self Language Learner: Studing Spanish on Your Own

  • For many working adults, using “home study” conversational Spanish courses is a better option. These courses work around your schedule, so you can study lessons when it’s convenient to you. As most modern conversational  Spanish courses use a combination of audio and written text resources, it is also possible to listen and study where ever you are. For example, many people listen to their  Spanish lessons while jogging, or during their daily commute. This makes it possible to get something valuable out of time that would normally be wasted stressing about traffic and trying to make it to work on time.
  • The cost of home study  Spanish courses varies, but in general they are a good value compared with the expense of taking classes, and a mere drop in the bucket when compared to the cost of hiring a private  Spanish tutor to come to your home.
  • So it’s clear that conversational  Spanish courses allow greater flexibility for a very reasonable price, but are they as effective as taking night classes? The short answer is, yes and no. Everyone is unique, and we all learn and a slightly different way. Because of this, some people will probably learn better in a classroom environment.
  • But other people will learn just as well — or even better — when allowed to study at their own pace using guided audio examples, such as those found in most modern conversational  Spanish courses. At the end of the day, only you can tell which study method is right for you. But for most people, home study conversational  Spanish courses make a lot of sense, and provide an easy way to become proficient in conversational  Spanish quickly.

M. Diaz is the owner of  How to speak Spanish  where she teaches others to learn the Spanish Language. Her blog, is dedicated to teaching Spanish to others speakers. For more information on easy ways to learn Spanish, go to Spanish Review


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