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¡Hola ! ¿Qué tal ?

No, this isn’t Mandarin – in fact, it’s one of the most common and widely used expressions in the Spanish language. This expression can be heard not only between friends and in commerce in Spain, but also in Manchester.

Living in Manchester means you are in a country that is perfectly situated for travel to the country that is at the origin of Iberian culture – namely, flamenco, tapas, festivals.

Learning a language doesn’t have to be difficult, especially a dynamic language like Spanish.

This is good news for the eager learners in Manchester, where experienced tutors are available for all levels.

The Spanish language in the world and in Manchester

Today, there are about 570 million Spanish speakers on the planet – principally in Spain, in the United States and in Latin America. There are 470 million native Spanish speakers and 73 million who speak it as a second language. On top of that, there are 21 million people around the world who are learning Spanish as a foreign language.

Spanish’s area of linguistic and cultural expansion only continues to grow, most notably within the countries of Latin America:

  • 52 million Spanish speakers in the United States
  • 5 million in Mexico
  • 65 million in Colombia and 46.5 million in Spain

The country with the most Spanish speakers in the world is Mexico.

Spanish is also the official language of 20 of the world’s countries, and one of the official languages in six international organizations:

  • The UN
  • The European Union
  • Mercosur
  • The African Union
  • Organization of American States
  • Union of South American Nations

The language of Cervantès has also had an increasingly influential place in the media. In fact, it is today the fourth most used language on the internet and the second only to English as the most used language on social media.

These numbers suggest a productive future for this language in terms of the number of learners and the ways of learning it. According to a House of Commons Library paper released in 2016, Spanish is the only foreign language whose popularity is increasing with students in the UK.

To start learning Spanish in Manchester, there are a number of solutions available to you:

  • Language schools
  • Language centers
  • Spanish cultural associations and centers
  • Universities
  • Private courses,
  • Language exchanges
  • Lessons at home

Whatever your reasons for learning Spanish, the skills you will gain from learning a new language will not only help you progress to a higher level, but will also benefit you in for years to come.

Why learn Spanish in Manchester?

Your first motivation for learning to speak Spanish can be found in the desire to be able to communicate with foreign students in Manchester. This isn’t surprising – Manchester features regularly on lists for the best cities to study in and is home to many Spanish speakers.

When traveling for studies, professional opportunities or simply for holiday, understanding and speaking Spanish can come to your advantage. From Barcelona and Tenerife to Sevilla and Bogota, being able to communicate with the locals can enrich your travel experience.

If you’ve learned Spanish at school, you’re already much more advanced than you may think (having learned a basis for diphthong, conjugation, irregular verbs, grammar rules and Spanish vocabulary). You have probably also learned some of the more basic and common verbs that will follow you throughout your Spanish speaking journey: ser, estar, haber, tomar, poner, gracias, buenos dias, etc.

Even if you’ve already had some basic training in Spanish, you might still be disappointed to learn that you’re lacking some major oral comprehension and expression skills when traveling throughout Spain, Ecuador, Venezuela or Colombia. Expanding on your conversational skills can also be a great reason to start taking Spanish lessons.

Learning a new language is also an amazing way to stimulate your brain: learning new languages can lower the risk of neurodegenerative illnesses like Alzheimer’s disease.

Studies have shown that cognitive functions are exercised at a higher level while one is learning a foreign language.

Acquiring an advanced level of Spanish doesn’t just lead to the possibility of becoming bilingual, but also opens up many possibilities of its own.

Find a Spanish professor in Manchester!

If you would like to express yourself with ease – the Spanish language being derived from Latin, and therefore very close to many of the languages you might have heard or learned already – or even speak like a native Spanish speaker: you must master the language, accent, Spanish expressions, written expression and oral comprehension.

Acquiring a good level of Spanish will be able to give you an advantage you may not have been expecting: being able to communicate in a professional setting.

Spanish, the official language of the majority of Latin American Countries, is without a doubt one of the most powerful languages in the world.

There are many job opportunities that this language opens up, including:

  • Translating Spanish to English and vise versa
  • Journalism, editing
  • Professor of English as a foreign language
  • Professor of English at a school abroad
  • Manchester’s tourism offices,
  • Manchester’s tourism media
  • Try a career in diplomacy, foreign affairs, international commerce

Did you know that the University of Manchester actually has a course in the Spanish language? The department of Modern Languages and Cultures has a program dedicated to Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American studies.

While we’ve given many reasons studying Spanish can be beneficial, it can also be incredibly fun. Speaking Spanish gives you access to a community of Spanish speakers in Manchester and, subsequently, a community which can give you access to speaking Spanish like a native!

Our private Spanish lessons in Manchester

Assimilating to and memorizing Spanish is much easier than learning Russian or Arabic for people who only know how to speak English, as Spanish also uses the Latin alphabet.

Within Spanish, there are even many words that resemble English.

While this might be a life saver when it comes to memorizing vocabulary, it can also lead to mistakes due to some words in English meaning something completely different in Spanish. This is why it can be especially important for beginners to learn Spanish with an experienced professor.

Here are some guidelines on how you can find private Spanish lessons in Manchester and the surrounding areas.

There are about 88 tutors available in a 20 kilometer radius around the Manchester city center. While you may think that learning Spanish can get costly, it doesn’t have to! With lessons averaging at about 17 £ per hour, learning Spanish can be easy as well as affordable!

While the student may understand their objectives clearly, you should keep in mind that the professor should, not matter the price, be willing to adapt to giving you lessons that are tailored to your level and your goals.

At Superprof, we more often ask ourselves how it’s possible to learn a new language in today’s demanding world. The hours of the courses should be flexible, while the course itself should be interactive and based on the best method to learn Spanish, always with relation to the student.

To perfect your knowledge or to be able to pass from an intermediate level of B2 to an advanced level C1, lessons at home might be the most effective method, as these types of courses make it possible to:

  • Have conversation based lessons,
  • Have interactive exercises (grammar lessons, memorization and oral learning),
  • Be able to pronounce occlusive consonants and valeric sounds (pronouncing the sound produced by the double l “ll”),
  • To be able to ask and learn more in depth about Hispanic culture, traditions, music and literature),
  • Be able to familiarize yourself with the tonic accent of Spanish

How to choose my professor in Manchester?

The location of your courses is extremely important, as they can affect not only the fees involved per course (if the tutor has to move from their home in the city center to the greater Manchester area) and determine the type of study environment you will have.

If you would like to study in the city center, you can choose points near the train station or in a public library.

Other criteria that you should involve when deciding on a tutor: the price

If you would like to study with an experienced professor or attain an advanced level of language, it will be necessary to build your budget to include professional tutors.

If you simply want to revise for your exams or need help on your Spanish homework, a Spanish-speaking student can be a perfect solution to a tighter budget.

You should also verify whether or not the relationship with your tutor is a good one – which will end up being the most important criteria of all. Having a comfortable, professional relationship with your tutor will mean being comfortable with asking for help when you’re confused on a particular subject and also being able to stay engaged in your lessons.

Finally – there is no special secrets for learning Spanish: you will have to dive in, test it out, work and immerse yourself completely!

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