15 Essential Tips to Learn Spanish Faster!

Top Recommendations from the Experts

If you are interested in learning Spanish faster or practicing the Spanish you already know, there are certain recommendations from the experts, that have helped millions of people learn a foreign language. In this FREE eBook, prepared by the Spanish To Move® team, you will find the 15 essential tips that will help you learn Spanish faster, easily and effortlessly, no matter if you are an absolute beginner.

We hope you enjoy it and benefit greatly from it!

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Online Courses

Taking Spanish courses online is a great way to learn Spanish if you want to study at your own pace and from any part of the world. You can start or stop the lessons whenever you want and be sure that you can re-use the material to "continue learning" at any time.

Our courses have been designed in 4 levels, depending on your Spanish proficiency:

It doesn’t matter the level of proficiency in Spanish that you have. We can help you improve your skills and acquire new tools in a variety of areas of interest: literature, history, general culture, tourism, psychology, self-help, science, religion, business, daily life, politics, economics and humanities.

Spanish Classes

An excellent and highly effective way to learn and practice Spanish, for both beginners and advanced students.

Enjoy the benefits of having your personal Spanish tutor:

50-minute Skype sessions • Professional, native tutors • Flexible, convenient scheduling • Individual attention and feedback • Different Spanish accents • Talk about your own interests

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.