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Learning a foreign language to a level of complete fluency is always a difficult enterprise: different pronunciation and vocabulary, different grammatical structures…

However, Spanish is actually close to many romance languages: in London, close to many countries using Latin languages, learning Spanish can be an easy and affordable exercise.

Spanish language in the world and in London

Holà London! If you would like to learn Spanish to an advanced level, learn to speak like a native speaker, perfect and improve your foreign language exam scores or even simply just to because you like the language – language courses are imperative.

Spanish – more specifically, Castilian – is the language used in both Span and Latin America. Due to Spanish colonial invasions during the 15th and 19th centuries, it has become one of the most spoken languages in the world over the decades.

There are about 570 million speakers spread throughout 20 countries in the world (Spain, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Colombia, Peru, etc.), for which 470 million have Spanish as their mother tongue. Going further, Spanish is one of the official languages, of 6 international organizations: the UN, the European Union, the African Union, Mercosur, Organization of American States, the Union of South American Nations. It is also the third most used language in the world, behind Mandarin and English.

Because learning a language often leads to serious professional opportunities, being a Hispanophone means having a serious comparative advantage: you will be able to communicate with millions of people, enhance your career opportunities and even become a professor in English in a Spanish speaking country.

In a report by the British Counsel in 2014, Spanish was actually named as the most important language for British speakers to learn, being the only language whose popularity was not declining at the A-level.

Whether you live in the city center, Westminster, Kensignton or Chelsea, there are plenty of opportunities to learn Spanish either at home or in a classroom setting: language exchange associations, language schools and institutes, London’s many universities, private courses with one of our tutors on Superprof.

The advantages of speaking Spanish in today’s world

Becoming a bilingual Hispanophone, today, will open up many doors. Not only will you be able to travel to many of Spain’s autonomous regions but also to the beautiful and plentiful countries in Latin America.

The accent that you take on will vary depending on the region your tutor comes from. You will, however, still be able to communicate without problems, and learning Spanish will allow you to communicate with a vast majority of the world. Improving your oral and written expression, oral comprehension and conjugation skills will provide you with a fundamental base in Spanish. 

London one of the most cosmopolitan and touristic cities within the UK, which means that living there often means confronting many language barriers. Imagine knowing how to explain everything from the history of London to your favorite places to grab a bite in Spanish!

A second advantage that knowing Spanish in the bustling, economically diverse London is that it can expand your career options to include any English-Spanish work.

In today’s competitive environment, highly qualified professionals are seeking to acquire skills that will set them apart from the pack. What better reason to take advantage of an intensive language exchange or private study lessons with one of our tutors?

On top of being tailored to your needs, catering to your actual linguistic capabilities, your language study will be able to reach level B2 and even C1 in terms of the Common European Framework of References for Languages.

What else will you be able to achieve?

Understanding and speaking Spanish will allow you to be able to interact with both Hispanophone and Anglophone clients, manage affairs in both languages, read and write texts bilingually, and ultimately enhance your social and professional life.

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There are several fields that will be able to supplement your income after having learned Spanish: a certified Spanish professor (giving private or public lessons), translating from Spanish to English (either in a freelance or contractual position), work in tourism (restaurants, hotels, bars, vacation agencies), journalism, etc.

Being able to express yourself in multiple languages is not only important in terms of succeeding in the 21st century, but also being able to familiarize yourself with different cultures and people. Speaking Spanish enables you to understand Hispanic culture in both Spain and Latin America.

Like other romance languages, Spanish finds its origins in vulgar Latin. In fact, the rules of grammar follow the grammar of other languages like French, Italian or Portuguese. For example, subjects are not only gendered but also define which verb will be used. Making strides in your level of Spanish can put you on the fast track towards being able to express yourself in a complex and sophisticated manner. Attaining a mastery in Spanish and being able to reach a level of complete fluency means that you will be able to take advantage of both your travels to Spanish speaking countries and Spanish language literature. The first step, though, is to sign up for a quality course that will provide you with the intensive preparation. As the old adage goes, “Rome wasn’t built in a day.”

How and where to learn Spanish in London?

In the cafes at Covent Garden, around the many restaurants in Shoreditch, taking a walk from King’s Cross, wandering around the Tate Modern or the Natural History Museum – take advantage of the urban London landscape and make it your Spanish classroom!

First, you can take advantage of the universities and language centers at your disposal. The Instituto Cervantes in London offers a variety of different services, including both classes in Spanish as well as preparations for the DELE exam (Diploma de Español como Lengua Extranjera). The institute can be found around Temple Church and the London School of Economics.

Language centers and associations can also be an extremely important part of your language study. These associations and centers often provide for themselves or provide references for language courses and activities for Spanish.

If you find yourself becoming a victim of your routine and feel like you don’t have time to pursue your passion in Spanish, browsing through some private lessons in London might be the solution for you. Being able to agree upon a time and location convenient to you means you are more likely stick to learning and practicing Spanish.

Your courses in Spanish will not only facilitate your ability to speak like a native, but also give you the tools to be able to express complex ideas and opinions with a strong base of grammar and vocabulary:

  • The articles el, la, uno, una,
  • The verbs Ser et Estar,
  • Know the irregular verbs by heart,
  • Diphthongization,
  • Phonetics,
  • Conversation courses to learn how to say hello, goodbye, thank you (Buenos dias, buenas tardes, adios, gracias, etc.), and other Spanish expressions,
  • Spanish words and certain words that have Arabic origins,
  • A more rigorous course that enables you to discover the history and culture of Hispanic countries (Spain under Islam, the colonial empire, the regions of Latin America, Spanish music from flamenco to reggaetón, etc.).

Spanish courses in London: why Superprof?

Taking courses in your apartment or local café in London for the language of Don Quixote is an effective method to learn. Learning Spanish fact to face can have a tremendous, beneficial effect on the way you learn and immerse yourself in the language.

London, famous for its status as one of the world’s cultural and financial hubs, is filled with experienced Spanish professors: there are 495 tutors available to teach you Spanish in an area that covers 20 kilometers around the center of London. These tutors are talented and available to give face to face lessons.

The average price of an hour long course is about 22 £.

Our professors range from being students themselves, having years of experience teaching in universities, or are certified in Spanish language training. They can be found coming from countries like Spain, Argentina, Uruguay, Colombia, Chile, Mexico, and more. Most of them are perfectly bilingual and trilingual!

This is the best way to attain a high level of Spanish, second only to an immersion study in a Spanish speaking country. Working and studying in a Spanish speaking country will enable you to understand the subtle differences spoken between people on the Iberian Peninsula and Latin American countries (Venezuela, Paraguay, and Guatemala for example).

And finally, we’ll leave you with a last bit of advice: between your weekly courses, continue to practice Spanish! Search for Spanish language films with English subtitles online or see if your favorite book is available to read in Spanish. You will soon be able to say something other than “vamos a la playa!”

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