Welcome to our Granada Nicaragua Spanish School's free Elementary-level Coaching Website
To Study Spanish
More and more people are coming to Latin America to learn Spanish. Many schools in the region do their best to make learning Spanish easier, but easier doesn't necessarily mean better. With a little extra effort, students can learn Spanish as it is actually spoken throughout the Spanish-speaking world. You won't regret it!
To Learn Spanish
Most Spanish-language schools in Latin America teach a dumbed-down version of the language. For instance, Spanish has several forms of the pronoun "you": familiar or formal, singular or plural. But language schools frequently omit the verb conjugations for the "vosotros" form (plural "you"), since it is not applied throughout Latin America. Furthermore, they often limit the familiar singular "you" to a single translation, which is not an accurate guide to Spanish as it is spoken...anywhere!
To really learn Spanish
At One on One Tutoring, students get a thorough grounding in Spanish grammar and usage, so they can eventually gain proficiency in the language. And our students have the opportunity to learn, not only conventional Latin American Spanish, but everyday dialects spoken in diverse areas of Central America, South America, and the Caribbean, as well as in the many Spanish-speaking immigrant communities throughout the world.
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So, if you want to avoid miscommunication when talking with native Spanish speakers, Spanish School recommends that you learn Spanish correctly, Here's how...
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If you're a total beginner, here is a free flip-book with embedded audio files to help you learn the Spanish basics and to practice Spanish pronunciation.
- Come and get it!
When you are done with our Unidad Uno flip-book, you can take the Unidad Uno quiz. If you pass, you are ready for Unidad Dos, which is offered at our school.
- Good luck!
If you did not pass the test, or think you need more preparation, go to the resource page on this website, where you'll find Spanish games, stories, and sound files. You'll be able to practice what you have learned and learn a bit more. And have fun while doing it!
- Find it all here!
The flip-book, quiz, and games featured on this website provide just a glimpse of the diverse and imaginative materials used in One on One Beginners. Of course, students will spend a lot of time studying grammar and vocabulary, but they will also have the opportunity to apply the Spanish they are learning through games, interesting reading selections, and audio materials. This varied approach makes for a richer, more challenging, and ultimately more successful learning experience.