Learn Spanish Online: Advanced Spanish Course

Advanced Spanish Course

for Proficient Users
"Si pudiera hablar español a la perfección, probablemente no necesitaría este curso, pero quiero evaluar qué tanto sé y hablar como un nativo."

Do you want to express ideas fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions and use Spanish for professional purposes?

This course is for you!



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This course is focused on learning how to use simple and compound verbs in different tenses, impersonal verbs, the passive voice and the conditional tense. The emphasis is on the comprehension of specialized topics, but always considering the most common words used in everyday life.

Spanish for business lessons are included, as well as issues of science, politics, economics, religion, and humanities.

At the end of this course you'll be able to:

  • Use simple and compound verbs in different tenses.
  • Use impersonal verbs, the passive voice and the conditional tense.
  • Express correctly in both oral and written forms.
  • Master complex grammatical structures.
  • Acquire specialized vocabulary and idioms used in colloquial conversations.
  • Recognize the main ideas of complex texts, despite ignoring technical expressions or specialized topics.



Personal attention • Interesting lessons • Native Spanish teachers • Portable, easy to use program • English translations available • Spanish grammar taught intuitively • Focused on everyday language

Spanish To Move
Spanish To Move

Spanish To Move® is a Spanish learning program designed by experts to ensure effective and long lasting learning. We follow the direct (natural) method of teaching, developed to immerse the learner in Spanish in the same way as the learning of the mother-tongue: in a natural way. Teaching is done in Spanish, grammar is taught intuitively, there is a focus on speaking and listening, and only useful everyday language is taught.

This method has been adopted by key international language schools such as Berlitz and Inlingua, and many of the language departments of the Foreign Service Institute of the U.S. State Department.