Learn To Speak Spanish Quick!
Our use of visual aids assists students to retain the Spanish language lesson and helps make the class more exciting. Clear points of basic sentence structure are followed by exercises to set up the language patterns in the mind . To learn Spanish easily, simple dialogues are employed for everyday situations encountered in a Spanish country. You will learn how 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!
Our Ivins Spanish Classes Teach:
–Develops terminology plus proficiency
–Improves your speaking abilities
-Find out to read short stories
-Rehearse everyday dialogues and dialects
Who we Teach:
Where we Teach:
At all of our classrooms or at your home in/or near Ivins.
We also give classes at any home within 20 minutes of Ivins UT.
What you Need:
Ivins’s Best Spanish Classes
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“During my 3 months stay in Ivins last autumn and winter I discovered Step into Spanish Classes a unique place to study Spanish and enjoy the numerous cultural events and above all the possibility of meeting people not only with Latin American background an unforgettable experience. For me as a foreign visitor the Step into Spanish Classes represents a multi cultural platform that successfully links diverse communities and as not such is usually found in Ivins. “
E. Timmerer, UT
”Both our children studied in the Step into Spanish Classes, and they have a amazing program for physicians in largely Hispanic communities. It is an invaluable resource for Ivins. “
John Curtis, Ivins, UT
”The Spanish classes I took at Step into Spanish Classes offered my first encounter with speaking Spanish in a classroom, . Bernardo, the CEO of Step into Spanish Classes, was a key component for making me feel at ease enough to attempt speaking , and I was excited finally to be able to speak a bit of Spanish without fainting from fear. ”
Allana Grecko, Ivins, UT