Complete Spanish Course Basic to Advance
.MP4 | Video: 1280×720, 30 fps(r) | Audio: AAC, 44100 Hz, 2ch | 11 GB
Duration: 18.5 hours | Genre: eLearning | Language: English
his course is for Beginners to Experts (A1, A2,B1,B2,C1) . Complete package of Spanish (Grammar,Vocabulary, Verbs).
What you’ll learn
In my first video i have cover all possible benefits of learning Spanish.
Always confident regarding your Spanish skills by lots of practice after every lesson. Understand and use familiar everyday expressions.
Improve your listening and Spanish skills with Spanish speaking teacher
Reach your Spanish language goals now and in the future, increasing your opportunities for both personal and professional success.
conversations start from starting of the course using common phrases from daily life.
Introduce yourself and others and can ask and answer of questions about personal details.
Communicate about routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar
learn basic structures of Spanish with ease and confidence.
Speak with good pronunciation
for learning Spanish just little bit English knowledge is required.
The course is recommended to anyone who wants to learn Spanish language fast,easy and in depth for beginners and experts. We start with the absolute basics.
This course is for Beginners and Experts. below are all description why you should learn Spanish. any you will get all benefits from my this course. In this course i will cover all level from basic to advance (A1, A2,B1,B2,C1).
If you’re a beginner and you want to learn Spanish your welcome in my Spanish course
This course includes:
This Spanish course includes: FULL HD Video
This Spanish course includes: Downloadable .docx and .xls Files for each Lesson
Coming Soon: Video Captions in English
New lecture updated every day to make this course more perfect.
This Spanish course includes: Everyday situations presented in Spanish
This Spanish course includes: Listening and speaking practice
This Spanish course includes: An easy way to understand the Spanish grammar
This Spanish course includes: Future Updates
This Spanish course includes: Full Lifetime access
This Spanish course includes: 30-Day Satisfaction or money back guarantee
This Spanish course includes: Access on computer, mobile and TV
Why Should I Learn Spanish :
When we learn some thing new the first question in mind why we are learning this. So here before Starting Spanish first I would like to tell you why you should learn Spanish. Below I described how many countries and how many people speak Spanish. Apart from that ,there are some things also because of You should learn Spanish .
1) Spanish is simplest language compare to other language if you know little bit English.
2) If you want to go outside India for higher education then definitely you will get benefits of it.
3) There are lot of jobs in tourist guide for Spanish speakers.
4) You also can work in travel agencies.
5) If you are an engineers and business man also then you can grow in your career.
6) Spanish is the 3rd speaking language in the world.
7) You also can work as a translator .
8 ) You can work as a Spanish teacher.
9) It can be a part of your education.
10) If you want to travel Spanish speaking countries then it will help you a lot.
Note: if you learning Spanish with me there is no need that you have strong English knowledge.
If you have basic knowledge of English it’s enough.
Spanish is the official language of the following 20 countries, as well as Puerto Rico: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Equatorial Guinea, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Spain, Uruguay, and Venezuela. Although it’s not an official language, Spanish is commonly spoken in the United States, Belize, Andorra and Gibraltar.
There are more than 400 million native speakers of Spanish, making it second only to Chinese in terms of the most spoken languages in the world. English is just behind Spanish, with approximately 360 million native speakers. Spanish is the third most studied language in the world, after English and French.
In the United States, more than 41 million people speak Spanish as a first language (about 13% of the population), and that number continues to grow. Additionally, the U.S. is home to nearly 12 million bilingual Spanish speakers. This makes it the second-largest Spanish speaking country in the world (after Mexico)
Americans who don’t already speak Spanish are trying to learn it. Spanish is the most studied language in the U.S. In fact, 50% of American college students and more than 70% of K-12 students choose to learn Spanish – that’s significantly more than the 12% of college students and 15% of K-12 students who choose French, the second most studied language.
With 121 million native speakers, Mexico has the largest population of Spanish speakers in the world, but the U.S. is catching up quickly. Spanish is the official language of Mexico, in addition to many countries in Central and South America. Two of the largest Spanish speaking countries in South America are Colombia (about 46 million Spanish speakers) and Argentina (about 41 million Spanish speakers). Roughly 60% of the Latin American population speaks Spanish, followed by Portuguese (about 34%) and a small percentage of other languages, such as French, English and Mayan languages.
In Europe, Spanish is also widely spoken in Andorra and Gibraltar, but their official languages are Catalan and English, respectively. In Switzerland, about 150,000 people, or 2.2% of the population, speak Spanish as well. It’s one of 24 official languages in the European Union, and is also spoken by small pockets of people in other European countries, such as Italy, Germany, France and the U.K.
Although the vast majority of Spanish speakers reside in the Americas and Europe, there are people who speak Spanish in other parts of the world as well. One country that stands out is the Philippines, where Spanish was an official language from the late 16th century until 1987.
In Africa, Spanish is one of three official languages in Equatorial Guinea, where nearly 68% of the population speaks it. Spanish is also spoken in territories in northern Africa controlled by Spain, and in Morocco, which is geographically close to Spain. Finally, there are small communities of Spanish speakers in Angola and South Sudan.
Spanish is the second most spoken native language in the world, meaning potential opportunities for Spanish learners are abundant. You can learn Spanish for travel, for work or to connect with your neighbors. Plus, it’s one of the easiest languages for English speakers to pick up.
Who this course is for:
any one can take this course, students, business man, engineer, those who want to make career in Spanish
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