What is the best way to learn a new language?
That was a question that I had at the start of my quest to learn Spanish. Some people refer to this language as “Mexican Spanish” or “South American Spanish”, but it is all Latin American Spanish!
You can try a traditional method such as classes at your local college where you really are at the mercy of your instructor, maybe CD or DVD based lessons accompanied by a text book. These may work for you but you will need additional help. This site will help you with other systems as well as offering tips and tricks.
In my particular case my quest ended, as it had for millions of other people, with Pimsleur Latin American Spanish Courses.
At the time, there were not many methods that offered the flexibility that Pimsleur does but now, as you will see, there are several top quality courses available. Fluenz, Quino, Rocket Spanish, Rosetta Stone are among the top names; each have their good points, some are more expensive than others. Also, each of these will have users of their systems that have their own success stories
A New World For You
Just imagine if you could not speak English, assuming you live in an English speaking country. Life would definitely be more difficult and very frustrating as you would not have much control over your own life, and would undoubtedly be relying on other people to translate, communicate, etc.
The methods that we will discuss on this site will enable you to avoid such problems, will open up a whole new world for you and, depending on how far you want to go, fluency in Spanish can be achieved in a remarkably short period of time. I know because I did it, and I did it with The Pimsleur Method.
Smartphone, Tablet, MP3 player, CD player, and Computer Compatible.
Portability and flexibilty are key for many people nowadays and that is one reason that Pimsleur became so popular. It is available in several formats so you can study while commuting to work, at the gym, on your lunch break, or while cleaning the house. No need to sit at your computer after work if you don’t want to. Fit it into your lifestyle. Take it anywhere!
Later, I will also be adding a few tips I have learnt about studying the language that you may find helpful, along with some details of my experiences in Latin America, both personal and in my business dealings, that may be of interest to many of you.