Fun Spanish Classes
Our use of visual aids helps the student to retain the Spanish language lesson and makes the course more exciting. Very clear points of basic sentence structure are followed by exercises to set up the language patterns in the mind of the student. To learn Spanish easily, simple dialogues are used pertaining to everyday situations encountered in a Spanish speaking nation. You will learn to speak Spanish in 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 learn useful expressions, folkloric songs, and much more!
Our Stanton Spanish Classes Teach:
–Develops terminology plus proficiency
–Improves your conversational Spanish abilities
-Discover to read and write short stories
-Rehearse everyday dialogues and dialects
We Can Teach at Your Home:
At all of our classrooms or at your home in/or near Stanton.
We give classes at any home within twenty minutes of Stanton TX.
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Stanton’s Best Spanish Classes
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Spanish Class Testimonials
”Just what a wonderful institution that truly made a difference in people lives through teaching people . I had a great time attending classes there, the teachers were great and was always caring and making sure the teaching was understood before moving on to another topic.”
C. Campo, in Stanton. TX
”The Spanish classes I took at Step into Spanish Classes provided my first encounter of speaking Spanish , . Bernardo, the founder/director of Step into Spanish Classes, was instrumental for making me feel comfortable enough to attempt speaking in the group, and I was excited finally to be able to speak without fainting from fear. But what was life changing for me was the incredible energy and creative atmosphere of Step into Spanish Classes, and the warm community there.”
Allana Grecko, Stanton, TX
”One of the best places to learn Spanish and about the diverse cultures that have the Spanish language as their past or present. Maria is an inspired teacher and his vision needs to continue .”
-M. Rose De Cruz, Stanton, TX