Fun Spanish Classes
Our use of visual aids helps the student to retain the Spanish lesson and makes the class more exciting. Clear explanations of basic sentence structure are accompanied by exercises designed to establish the language patterns and structures in the mind of the student. To learn Spanish easily, uncomplicated dialogues are employed pertaining to everyday situations experienced in a Spanish speaking country. You will learn how to speak Spanish in role-playing situations such as meeting people, ordering meals in restaurants, clothing and accessories, going to the super market and going to the doctor.
What you will Learn in Our El Paso Spanish Classes:
–Advances vocabulary plus proficiency
–Improves your speaking skills
-Discover to read and write short stories
-Rehearse everyday dialogues and dialects
Where we Teach:
At any of our classrooms or at your home in/or near El Paso.
We also provide classes at any home within 20 minutes of El Paso TX.
Who we Teach:
What you Need:
El Paso’s Best Spanish Classes
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Spanish Class Testimonials
“During my 5 months stay in El Paso last fall I found Step into Spanish Classes a unique place to study Spanish . For me as a foreign visitor the Step into Spanish Classes represents a multi cultural platform that successfully links diverse communities and it’s a great source for El Paso. “
E. Timmerer, TX
”Both of our kids studied in the Step into Spanish Classes, and they have a amazing program for doctors beginning their residencies in largely Hispanic communities. It is an invaluable resource for El Paso. “
Jim Curtis, El Paso, TX
”Step into Spanish Classes is wonderful community center which thrives on the diversity of the people it serves. At Step into Spanish Classes I met world class musicians, medical professionals, accountants, actors, writers- even a Rockette! The center is much more than the wonderful language ”
-Mary Claire Mortimore
”I know several people, who have takenStep into Spanish Classes and we have all been transformed by our time there. It assists as a community center, an arts organization, a school and it’s an critical resource in El Paso.”
-A. Mestre, El Paso, TX