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How to Become Fluent in Spanish

In this post, I’ll show you exactly how I became fluent in Spanish. 

Spoiler alert: There's no magic pill. No one way. And it sure ain’t easy. Or fast.

Group Classes & Audio Lessons:

I started these  BEFORE TRAVELING. They gave me a basic understanding of grammar, conjugations, and simple vocabulary.

With this foundation, here's what I did when I started traveling:

I Took Private Classes

Spanish classes are invaluable – but they’re useless without practice and determination.

 Throw yourself into it and speak as much as you can, even when you don’t have to.

Without practice, you’ll never become fluent.

Duolingo helps

Feels more like a game than a free online language learning app, but daily practice helped me level up.

But wait! I did more! I listened to a 30 minute Spanish audio lesson daily, while I was getting ready in the morning.

Ready to start learning a new language?

Private, Online, Affordable Lessons

I recommend Live Lingua

Remember:  a multi-faceted approach works best!

Group Classes

Audio Lessons

Private Classes


Practice, Practice, Practice!