LightSpeed Spanish have just launched their latest resource and one that may just change how you learn Spanish forever!
Talking you through each area of the Spanish language, Gordon and Cynthia Smith-Durán will be guiding you and your Spanish by way of their Spanish Lessons Online.
As a member, each week you will receive a full lesson on a wide range of subjects that you too can influence. The lesson includes a 10 minute transcribed and translated Spanish conversation in which we demonstrate how to use the particular structure that we are covering that day. Then, we talk for a further 10 minutes in English during which time we pull the conversation to pieces to further help you understand how to use each structure well in conversation.
What You Get:
These Spanish Lessons Online are designed with you in mind and are suitable to most levels from Improver through to Advanced. Each lesson comes with:
A video of the lesson exclusive to members only
A downloadable mp3 audio of the lesson
A downloadable transcript and translation of the entire Spanish conversation
Homework set at two levels to drive home the learning and the concepts
Comments that come directly to us so that you can ask us to cover specific topics
The possibility of chatting with native Spanish speakers in a language exchange
Each member will pay a monthly subscription of 9.99 British pounds which will gain them constant access to the Zona V.I.P. where they can dip into all the lessons and the downloads as they grow. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
LightSpeed Spanish wants to finish by sending you all ‘un abrazo fuerte’ and to say ‘muchísimas gracias’ for all of your support and kind words during the many years that we have been doing our bit to grow the ever increasing Spanish speaking world.
In this lesson we talk about lots of verbs like Gustar and how we can use them easily. Pay special attention to the verbs that a non-native Spanish speaker wouldn’t choose, like Faltar, Sobrar and Quedar.
Come and sharpen up your verbs like Gustar with Gordon and Cynthia.
Be sure to check out our other Spanish student videocasts here. We release a new videocast each week and vary the level from Beginner to Advanced.
If you would like to have regular lessons with Gordon and Cynthia, why not consider joining our Ser Socio subscriber group HERE. The first month is free with the coupon code: FREEMONTH
Gordon y Cynthia:)
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As well as the lessons that you receive as a Socio, we also offer many other resources to help you make your Spanish move forward at a pace.
Free Videocasts Take a look at our range of 160 free podcasts and many other lessons all designed to take your Spanish forward at LightSpeed! Every videocast that we have produced comes with a comprehensive helpsheet to guide you through the grammar and to test your understanding.
Our Fantastic Books Check out our ever increasing range of high acclaimed, no-nonsense workbooks that explain Spanish grammar in easy-to-follow language. (Link to books)
Our Total Immersion Courses Set close to Madrid in Spain we offer week-long total immersion courses designed to boost your confidence levels sky high! Remember that as a Socio you have a 50 Euro discount from the cost of the course.
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