Improving your Spanish is fun and easy! Just follow these 3 steps...

1) Learn the idioms and useful words
2) Listen to conversations in Spanish and read the transcripts and translations
3) Practice with a Spanish teacher and get corrections for your mistakes

When done the right way, learning a foreign language is a lot of fun. It doesn't have to be like a boring class at school. Once you've got a grasp of basic grammar, sentence structure, and vocabulary, the next step is to immerse yourself in the language.

How can you do this? Well the fastest way is to hop on a plane and go to Latin America for 3 months. Unfortunately, most of us can't do that. But that's ok, 'cause you can still get started right now at home.

I've designed this website to help you improve your listening and conversational skills in Spanish.

Mp3 Conversation Course
Sharpen your listening skills and learn useful words and idioms at the same time! This fun course comes with 36 conversations spoken by native Spanish speakers. When you read the transcript and translation, you'll also see useful explanations for grammar and phrases. All the conversations are in mp3 and come with an eBook PDF. Check it out!

Click here for more info


Private lessons on Skype
The most important step to take your Spanish to the next level is to practice with native speakers. Not only that, but it's also important to get corrections when you make a mistake. This way, you improve your Spanish each time you speak.
The teachers on this site are trained to get you speaking confidently and correct your mistakes, so you can improve a little bit each time you speak. Get your first lesson for just $5!

Click here to get started


Free Video Lessons
I've created many videos on YouTube, explaining different idioms, words, and common mistakes students make. Check them out and leave positive feedback if you like them. You can see the categories on the left panel of the site or click on one of the links below.

Common Mistakes
Phrases and Idioms
Various Lessons and Tips
Useful Words