We follow the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) pattern which is a tool developed by the Council of Europe to define the mastery of a foreign language like Spanish, according to different criteria. Since 2001, this is a reference in the field of learning and teaching Spanish.
Meet our teacher
”Hola!! Roshini Hiro was born and lived in Spain for more than 20 years, she is very much in touch with the native people out there and also aware of the Spanish traditions and culture. Her duty as a tutor is to teach her students to her best ability so that the students could excel in their different fields and walks of life. Roshini has been teaching Spanish for many years and teaches students offline and online too. She has also experience in training college students and corporates. She can be contacted for translation services as well. Hasta pronto Amigos!!!”
Best reasons for learning Spanish
Spanish is the second-most spoken language in the United States, after English, and is the dominant language in many of our neighboring countries in the Western Hemisphere. It also happens to be an extremely beautiful language that is as useful as it is melodic.
1. Work abroad If working abroad or traveling for work is one of your career goals, learning how to speak Spanish fluently will help you get there. In an increasingly global market, being bilingual will help you speak with international clients, negotiate business deals abroad, and collaborate with experts across the globe
2. Understand Spanish song lyrics Want to know what Shakira is saying when she sings in Spanish? Interested in knowing what the salsa song you're dancing to means? Learn Spanish and find out.
3. Improve your English Learning the Spanish can help boost your vocabulary by familiarizing you with English words that have Latin roots.
4. Make new friends Though English may be the country’s most commonly spoken language, many come from Spanish-speaking households. Learning Spanish may help you get to know your neighbors and make new friends.
5. Expand your horizons according to Ethnologue, Spanish is the second most commonly spoken language in the world after English. Get to know your hemispheric neighbors in Latin America, and fake your with through Portuguese in Brazil with your new language skills.
Six levels of foreign language proficiency
||Can recognise and use familiar words and simple phrases for concrete purposes. Can introduce himself or someone else. Can ask and answer basic questions about home, family, surroundings, etc. Can communicate in a basic way when the other person speaks slowly and clearly, and is ready to repeat or reformulate to help communication.
||Can understand isolated phrases and common expressions that relate to areas of high personal relevance (like personal or family information, shopping, immediate environment, work). Can communicate during easy or habitual tasks requiring a basic and direct information exchange on familiar subjects. Using simple words, can describe his or her surroundings and communicate immediate needs.
||Can understand the main points of clear standard speech on familiar subjects in work, school, leisure activities, etc. Can manage in most situations that come up when travelling in a region where the language is spoken. Can produce a simple and cohesive text on familiar subjects or subjects of personal interest. Can narrate an event, an experience or a dream; describe a desire or goal, and outline reasons or explanations behind a project or idea.
||Can understand the main ideas of concrete or abstract topics in a complex text, including a technical article in the user’s area of expertise. Can communicate with a degree of spontaneity and fluency during a conversation with a native speaker, in a way that is comfortable for everyone. Can speak in a clear, detailed way on a number of subjects; express an opinion on current affairs, giving the advantages and disadvantages of the various options.
||Can understand a wide range of long and complex texts, including any subtextual or stylistic nuances. Can express him or herself freely and fluidly, without obviously fumbling for words. Can use the language effectively and fluently in a social, professional or academic context. Can speak in a clear, organised way about complex subjects, developing a well-structured argument.
|Master or Proficient
||Can effortlessly understand almost everything he or she reads or hears. Capable of a coherent summary of events or arguments from oral or written sources. Can express him or herself precisely in a spontaneous, fluent way, conveying finer shades of meaning precisely.