The Spanish Experto 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.
I usually commend a Spanish learning website for putting enough effort to teach their students Spanish not only through written words but also through audio and video.
Spanish Experto is worth commending for providing not only written material for Spanish tutorials. They share the lessons through the playlists posted on the site.
Certain phrases like “to be” have 2 or more versions in the Spanish language. Spanish Experto illustrated the discrepancies in this video clip.
Several playlists display the lessons. This helps the students that would like to go back to certain parts of the lesson they found difficult. You then hear the correct pronunciation of the word in coordination to how it is spelled out.
Written versions of the lessons taught in the video playlist are also available for note-taking purposes.
Browsing further into the lessons that Spanish Experto offers. The site reminded me of the English lessons that I have received as early as in elementary school.
The site constantly updates the curriculum for the sake of improving the lessons taught to elementary and high school students. Some lessons at some point seem like Spanish equivalents of the Intensive English lessons in college.
The curriculum is so comprehensive. It even included the “Reflexive Verbs” section in SpanishExperto.com.
I normally classify verb tenses into past, present and future tenses back when I was a student. I even include the perfect and participle tenses. Spanish Experto delved into teaching Spanish online that deeply. It gave stronger credibility to their website’s name.
The gerund in the English language turned out to have a Spanish equivalent too as demonstrated here by Spanish Experto. While in the English language, the verb is formed into a gerund by simply adding the suffix “-ing”, Spanish has more options into turning their verbs into gerund forms.
Of course, Spanish Experto has not forgotten that there might have been beginners. Some of them dropped by the site in order to learn basic Spanish little by little by exposure to simple words.
In the case of adjectives though, there is a male and a female version to certain adjectives. The gender depends on the gender of the person being described.
For example here, the word is “boring”. Translate the term into Spanish; it is “aburrido” when the person described is a male. The word becomes “aburrida” if the person described is a female. Spanish Experto allotted enough space on the sidebars to explain the differences between male words and female words.
Those who would like to test themselves how much they have learned based on what lessons they have absorbed from Spanish Experto may take the in-house quizzes that the website has to offer.
You will score high in these quizzes based on the comprehension level attained. Spanish Experto laid out the lessons for you pass most quizzes with flying colors.
Let’s say that you are good in terms of translating English words into Spanish. By the time you have translated an English sentence or phrase in your head, does it make sense?
Spanish Experto does not offer a premium version of their Spanish language lessons. But they refer Spanish language learning software classified according to price, customer feedback and critic reviews.
Spanish Experto overwhelms you with the grammatical information provided in their still existing website. You will appreciate the lessons more though if your learning capacity is already between intermediate and advanced.
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