Fun Spanish Classes
Our use of visual aids assists the student to retain the Spanish language lesson and helps make the class more interesting. Very clear explanations of basic sentence structure are accompanied by exercises designed to establish the language patterns in the mind of the student. To learn Spanish easily, uncomplicated dialogues are used for everyday situations experienced in a Spanish nation. You will learn how to speak Spanish in role-playing situations such as meeting people, 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 Nucla Spanish Classes Teach:
–Develops terminology plus proficiency
–Improves your conversational Spanish skills
-Discover to read and write short stories
-Practice everyday dialogues and dialects
We Can Teach at Your House:
At any of our classrooms or at your home in/or near Nucla.
We also provide Spanish lessons at any home within twenty minutes of Nucla CO.
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What you Need:
Nucla’s Best Spanish Classes
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Spanish Class Testimonials
“During my 3 months stay in Nucla 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 Nucla. “
E. Timmerer, CO
”Both of our children studied in Step into Spanish Classes. They have a fantastic program for physicians beginning their residencies in mostly Hispanic communities. It is an very helpful resource for Nucla. “
John Curtis, Nucla, CO
”One of the best places to learn Spanish . Jose is truly an inspired teacher and his vision needs to continue to have the home it’s been thriving in.”
-M. Rose De Cruz, Nucla, CO
”I know many people, including myself, who have studied at Step into Spanish Classes and we have all been changed by time there. It serves , a school and it’s an critical resource in Nucla.”
-A. Mestre, Nucla, CO