In my beginner to intermediate course you build a solid foundation and become conversational in Spanish. This course contains ___ lectures and ___ hours of video which will help you take your Spanish from an intermediate level to an advanced level.
If you have never taken a Spanish course and have limited knowledge of Spanish this course is not for you, you'll want to take my beginner course first. If you took my beginner to intermediate course this is the course you're going to want to graduate to. If you didn't take my beginner course but you are conversational, know how to conjugate the basic forms of verbs (present, past, and future), know the pronouns (yo, tú, ud., él, ella, etc,) and have a the basic foundation of Spanish and are wanting to take your Spanish to the next level this is your course.
This Course Will Take You to an Advanced Level of Spanish in the Following Ways:
By The End of The Course...
If you've taken my beginner course you already know how important the pronunciation is, it's half the battle of being fluent. If you have the pronunciation down really it's a small difference between being fluent and speaking like a native. In this course you'll learn that "the difference" is mainly understanding and applying the small nuances for the parts of speech and these small nuances all together make a big difference. For example, when you learn and understand how to use the subjunctive mood for the verbs, it blows the native speakers minds. This and other nuances of the parts of speech is what sets you apart from being conversational/ fluent and speaking like a native.
After finishing this course you will know everything you'll need to know to master Spanish, after this course it will just be a matter of being consistent at practicing and applying what you already know and what you'll learn in this course. I look forward to seeing you on the inside!
This Spanish Vowel Pronunciation lesson is added from the beginner course in case you need to reference it. If you're already comfortable with your pronunciation go ahead and skip this lesson.
This Spanish Consonant Pronunciation lesson is added from the beginner course in case you need to reference it. If you're already comfortable with your pronunciation go ahead and skip this lesson.
This Spanish Diphthongs and Triphthongs Pronunciation lesson is added from the beginner course in case you need to reference it. If you're already comfortable with your pronunciation go ahead and skip this lesson.
This Spanish Vocabulary Building lesson is added from the beginner course in case you need to reference it. If you feel you don't need any more help with vocabulary building go ahead and skip this.
Before I was 20 years old I didn't know any Spanish, I bombed my 1 year of French in high school and thought I’d never be able to learn a second language. When I was 20 I took a 2 month crash course in Spanish and went to Mexico for two years where I continued to self teach and mastered the Spanish language. I’ve been speaking Spanish now for 14 years. I’m a member of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese. When I was working in Miami, I met a guy from Venezuela who had authored a book in Spanish. He wasn't very proficient in English and after about a week of getting to know him he asked me if I could translate his book to English. Which I did and it was fun and all but translating a book isn't as exciting as teaching Spanish. I was an interpreter for a couple of landscape companies in Las Vegas and ran a business of my own in Spanish being that my employees were Spanish speakers. Over the years I've had a lot of people ask me if I can teach them to speak Spanish like I speak it. From these requests comes Spanish Made Simple. I've taken the concepts of how I learned and mastered Spanish and have simplified them so that those who take my courses will become conversational and fluent in Spanish in a simple step-by-step fashion.