If you're reading this, I'm guessing you want to be fluent in Spanish
In fact, you've probably been trying to learn Spanish.
You've grown a decent sized tree on Duolingo, downloaded all the Spanish apps you could find, and watched countless YouTube videos.
You want to believe you can do it, but sometimes it feels like you'll never reach the coveted title of bilingual, fluent Spanish speaker.
To make things worse, you keep losing focus and getting off track.
And you have a million and one questions like...
Should I learn the 1,000 most frequently used words in Spanish?
How am I ever going to remember ALL of those verb tenses?
And what's up with the subjunctive?
Sometimes you get overwhelmed and discouraged, but you still have a real desire to speak Spanish fluently.
When you hear Spanish speakers talking, you eavesdrop, secretly hoping you understand what they're saying.
Then, this happens...
You hear the words ¡Hola! ¿Cómo te va?
Someone actually spoke to you in Spanish!
This was your chance to practice all you'd been learning, but instead...
This is you 👇🏾
You try to hide your confused, deer in headlights look...
But the best you can come up with is...
Or maybe you were able to say something clever like...
"Hablo un poquito de español" (I speak a little bit of Spanish)
But after that, you quickly get lost and can't follow the conversation.
At that very moment, you realize your high school Spanish skills and all the virtual trophies you've accumulated on those mobile apps aren’t really helping you speak Spanish.
Your dream of speaking Spanish fluently feels miles away.
But it's a lot closer than you think.
You just have to find the right approach for YOU.
Most people think they have to abandon their home and go live abroad in a Spanish-speaking country or have some special talent to become fluent in Spanish.
But that's simply not true.
The real reason you're not where you want to be is because learning Spanish with irrelevant "classroom" material is just plain ABURRIDO (BORING)
And 100% ineffective.
Trust me, I know exactly how you feel.
I remember standing in line at the airport in Panama City feeling helpless when I didn't understand even the word "siguiente" (in case you didn't know, that means "next")
And that was AFTER I had taken Spanish courses in school.
I want to help you go from feeling left out of the conversation to being a confident, fluent Spanish speaker.