Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: Will the mp3 course make me fluent?
A: It will help you improve your Spanish and become fluent, but no single downloadable course will "make you fluent." To become fluent, you have to do 3 things: Learn the idioms and vocabulary, get your ears used to hearing the language, and PRACTICE with native speakers and get corrections for your mistakes. My mp3 course will help you with the first two things. You will still need to practice with native speakers and learn other idioms and vocabulary from other sources as well.

Q: Do you offer a refund for the mp3 course?
A: Yes, just send me an email within 15 days of purchase saying why the course isn't useful for you and I'll give you a full refund.

Q: How many hours of classes do you recommend?
A: That depends on your personal goals, time, and money. If you're not in a hurry, then you may be content with just 1-3 hours a week, which will be enough to see progress. If you want to improve really quickly, then the more hours the better. When I studied intensively, I practiced Spanish 6-8 hours a day. Of course, it wasn't all online. If you want to practice that much, I'd suggest combining online practice with a local person you can meet with face to face.

Q: Are you fluent in Spanish like a native speaker?
A: I consider myself fluent, but not like a native speaker. Since Spanish is my second language and I didn't start learning until I was an adult, I'll probably never speak it like a native speaker. That's just the way languages are. I still make mistakes and I'm still learning. I check my lesson material with native speakers to make sure I'm giving all the right info. This is another reason why I recommend students practice with native speakers instead of with me