Want to learn Spanish?

¿Quieres hablar español?

Everybody knows...

The perfect way to learn a language is by talking as we all know!

That is your opportunity to learn Spanish by talking with a native speaker.

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Who's learning Spanish these days?

Spanish is becoming of greater importance in Europe, where it often is the foreign language of choice after English. And it's no wonder that Spanish is a popular second or third language: with some 400 million speakers, it's the fourth most commonly spoken language in the world (after English, Chinese and Hindustani), and according to some counts it has more native speakers than English does. It is an official language on four continents and is of historical importance elsewhere.

Why learn Spanish?

The numbers alone make Spanish a good choice for those wanting to learn another tongue. But there are plenty of other reasons to learn Spanish. Here are a few:

  • Better understanding of English: Much of the vocabulary of English has Latin origins, much of which came to English by way of French. Since Spanish is also a Latin language, you will find as you study Spanish that you have a better understanding of your native vocabulary. Similarly, both Spanish and English share Indo-European roots, so their grammars are similar.
  • It will unlock a world of travel destinations: Yes, it is perfectly possible to visit Spain or South America without speaking a word of Spanish. But it isn't nearly half as much fun. You'll have the opportunity to see and do things that other visitors do not, simply because you'll speak Spanish!
  • Cultural understanding: While most of us can't hope to learn the languages of more than one or two cultures other than that of our own, those that we can learn help us to learn how other people learn and think. When you read Spanish newspapers, for example, you can gain a sense of how other people think and feel, a way that is different than your own. Spanish also offers a wealth of literature, both modern and traditional.
  • Learning other languages: If you can learn Spanish, you'll have a head start in learning the other Latin-based languages such as French and Italian. And it will even help you learn Russian and German, since they too have Indo-European roots and have some features (such as gender and extensive conjugation) that are present in Spanish but not English.
  • Knowing your neighbors: Spanish people are everywhere. It doesn't matter if you live in Canada, Japan or Europe, you'll find Spanish-speaking people living on the same street.
  • It's easy! Spanish is one of the easiest foreign languages to learn. Much of its vocabulary is similar to English's, and written Spanish is almost completely phonetic. Look at almost any Spanish word and you can tell how it is pronounced. And while mastering the grammar of Spanish can be a challenge, basic grammar is straightforward enough that you can have meaningful communication after only a few lessons.
  • Employment opportunities: Wherever you live, if you're in any occupation that involves international trade, communications or tourism, you'll find opportunities to use your new language skills.
  • It's fun! Whether you enjoy talking, reading, or mastering challenges, you'll find all of them in learning Spanish. For many people, there's something inherently enjoyable about successfully speaking in another tongue. Perhaps that's one reason children sometimes speak in Pig Latin or devise secret codes of their own. Although learning a language can be work, the efforts pay off quickly when you finally get to use your skills.

For many people, Spanish offers the most rewards with the least effort of any foreign language.

It's never too late to begin learning!