Master Speaking Spanish Fast!
Our extensive use of visual aids helps students to retain the Spanish language lesson and makes the class more exciting. Clear points of basic sentence structure are followed by exercises designed to set the language patterns and structures in the mind of the student. To learn Spanish easily, simple dialogues are used pertaining to everyday situations experienced in a Spanish country. You will learn to speak Spanish in role-playing situations such as meeting people, ordering meals in restaurants, shopping for clothing and accessories, going to the super market and going to the doctor. You will also learn useful expressions, folkloric songs, and much more!
What you will Learn in Our Central Spanish Classes:
–Develops terminology plus proficiency
–Enhances your speaking skills
-Find out to read short stories
-Practice everyday dialogues and dialects
Who we Teach:
We Can Teach at Your Home:
At all of the best classrooms or at your home in/or near Central.
What you Need:
Central’s Best Spanish Classes
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”I have attended Central Spanish classes at the Spanish Language Center for almost a year now. I am extremely astounded with my teacher’s (Lourdes) expertise of English grammar and have mentioned to her several times that she could teach at the college level. Her method is very clear. She makes learning the language fun and easy. “
-Ron in Central. UT
”Just what a wonderful institute that truly made a difference in people lives teaching people . I had a wonderful time attending classes there, the teachers were always caring and making sure the teaching was understood .”
C. Campo, in Central. UT
”Both our children studied in Step into Spanish Classes, and they have a amazing program for physicians in largely Hispanic neighborhoods. It is an priceless resource for Central. “
John Curtis, Central, UT
”I know many people, including myself, who have studied at Step into Spanish Classes and they have all been changed by time there. It serves as a community center, an arts organization, a school and it’s an vital resource in Central.”
-A. Mestre, Central, UT