The Learn Spanish Language 101 review was originally published in Dulaboo.com. I used to write for the said website before my contract expired. Republishing here for archiving purposes. Edited to suit Yoast’s requirements.
Once in awhile you’d encounter a Spanish learning program that would offer a price competitive enough to be compared to the other language learning services we have previously discussed here at DuLaBoo.
Not all websites though offer a comprehensive sampling of their services the way Learn Spanish Language 101 would.
Learning a new language through repetition and translation are common even in other websites that offer foreign language services.
The difference comes in the pacing. And this is one tactic that Learn Spanish Language 101 used. They made sure that their Spanish language learning program could match the pace of their student.
Learn Spanish Language 101 helps the student learn better with the help of the “Slowly” button. You get the chance to read the same sentence at a slower pace.
It encourages a learner to keep up with his or her Spanish lessons. Pacing and clarity are put into consideration upon teaching a foreign language.
The sample tutorial version really tests you if you followed instructions or not when it comes to learning the Spanish by repeating the sentence yourself.
They may not have a way to track your progress since this is just a sample service of Learn Spanish Language 101’s language services but you can’t move forward to the next page unless you give a guarantee that you followed instructions.
Now translation is often the tricky part in terms of teaching a language that is foreign to the student.
The common complaint, for example, in Google Translate is the literal translation it applies on complete sentences. Transliteration violated the rules of grammar of the language espoused to teach.
In the case of Learn Spanish Language 101, however, if there would be a literal translation to sentences, there is a right way to do it.
Instead of translating a sentence, for example here, word-by-word, try translating it phrase-by-phrase. It makes better sense that way and you end up sounding not automated if you try tweeting these translated statements.
Grading your proficiency level using this sample tutorial that Learn Spanish Language 101 gives you an idea what your proficiency level is. It even allows you to grade your own learning curve.
If your proficiency is in between intermediate and advanced, skip the intro. Then go straight to the packages that the site offers.
The language lessons that they offer here included 6-month money back guarantee i.e. if you didn’t see any improvement on your Spanish proficiency within the period that you took the classes.
As you may have noticed on the logo used on the home page of Learn Spanish Language 101, they use the Mexican flag to give learners an idea where do the native Spanish speakers come from.
The Spanish lessons offered here catered to those who plan to work or travel in Latin America or in the United States. Prior to moving, these immigrants often participate in online language learning programs in anticipation of these immigration requirements.
I would recommend Learn Spanish Language 101 to non-native speakers. You need to learn Spanish prior to migration whether the purpose behind the migration is work or travel.
They used to offer scholarships to interested students. When I checked their updated website, it does not mention any scholarship offers. Still, Learn Spanish Language 101 provides an interesting opportunity to learn Spanish. Or any other language foreign to you as shown in the latest screenie.
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