Whilst keeping our focus on active communication practice, our new courses are simple to buy and combine depending on your needs. Just buy the size that suits your time requirements and your budget and start learning and having fun. Next time you can follow with any other package - they are all compatible with one another.
Whichever package you buy, the rhythm of 2 individual language lessons followed by 1 individual practice lesson will be followed. This makes sure you get enough time to practice what you've learned with our native teachers.
You must have heard about the magic lake Titicaca up in the Altiplano on the border between Peru and Bolivia. We can all but recommend a trip there, in particular if you are learning Spanish.
In addition to the many wonders of the area, there is a little modern-day adventure that is a part of everyday life: crossing the strait of Tiquina on the Bolivian side of the lake. As you'd guess, finding an insurer for your cargo may be a little complicated, no matter how good your Spanish is.
It's been a hot summer in Europe this year. You can enjoy the sun and sea on an Andalusian beach, but why not drive up a couple of miles and visit some of the famous white villages? Enjoy the scenery, delicious gazpacho and practicing your Spanish.
According to Gestión, Lima will have the highest number of visitors among all Latin American cities. We would not wonder, besides being the gateway to all the treasures of Peru, it has lots to offer, not least the great gastronomic scene. Remember to have the original pisco sour near Plaza San Martín. And it goes without saying that speaking Spanish will get you so much further.
A couple of weeks ago, we asked you to find an error in a text. Well, it's about time we gave you the correct answer.
The trick is that all parts of a phrase have to match in their gender and number.
The text said "Personas que no obedezcan, pueden ser multados." Here, we are talking about personas, they are las personas and as such they cannot be multados, but have to be multadas. Anyway, it's still better to buy a ticket than to pay the fine, isn't it.
My name isTaniaSalinas and I've been teaching Spanish for many years.
I like thisjob becauseI caninteractwith you and sharethe culture of mycountry and otherLatin countries.Besides Spanish, I also teachCommunicationand Literature. This photo showstwo importantplaces in my townyoucan visit: the cathedral and theTacna Ornamental Fountain. Both are locatedinthe center ofTacna, a city in the South ofPeru. Theornamental fountainwas brought fromBrussels, Belgium by the famousEiffelconstruction companyin 1869.It is sixmeters (20 ft) highand symbolizesthe four seasons, commerce, industry and navigation. You can find a similar fountain in the Palermo square in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
I look forward to teaching you my mother tongue and sharing the richness of the Latin culture with you in your Spanish course.
Ever wondered how different Spain's regions are from each other? Well, quite a bit - to get a good impression, visit the Spanish Village in Barcelona, a collection of buildings from all over the Spain.
You're right, Catalan is the primary language here, but you'll be able to use your Castellano, too, no worries.
My name is Susy Arteaga, I am a teacher at BocaLetras. I am Peruvian and I live in Lima, the capital of Peru.
I am a Spanish teacher and a tourist guide. I have been teaching Spanish for 16 years, I love teaching my language and culture and I like learning about new cultures from my students. It's a nice interchange: our classes are like small trips.
I also enjoy traveling and I have traveled extensively through Peru, South America and the United States.
I teach at BocaLetras, the online school of Spanish with a great program for students. I'm fascinated with online classes, it is so interesting to teach Spanish in my city and have students learning in the comfort of their home or office in their own country and city. The technology makes it possible for me to teach Spanish across continents from my homeland Peru.