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Are you going to a country where people speak Spanish? Do you want to learn basic phrases in Spanish to get by? Visit our Spanish audio pages and you will learn the most typical Spanish sentences, how to greet people, how to order food or book a hotel room and much more.




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Are you finding difficulties digesting Spanish grammar? Would you like to learn just the most important Spanish verbs? Check out our Grammar and Verbs sections. Are you looking for grammar books? Check out our selection of recommended books.



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Want to follow a Spanish blog? Would you like to read articles and learn Spanish for free? Check out our Spanish blog and you will find the word of the day, Spanish quizzes, food and drink, Spanish language and much more.



Reasons to Speak Spanish


With the number of Spanish speakers growing every year, businesses and individuals should be asking how they can benefit from this expanding potential market. The first step in the process is to learn Spanish yourself.


Today, the Spanish language is the predominant language in central and southern America, which makes the most used in all areas:


– Economically: Foreign trade of any Spanish speaking countries. Moreover, the project

Mercosur“, where the official language is Spanish.


– Socio-cultural: Every day there are more people interested in learning the Spanish language either cultural interest: music, writers, painters and artists … there have been throughout history.


– Business: For many, learning Spanish is rapidly becoming a business necessity. Spanish is becoming more and more important with regards to business. Learning Spanish will enable you to better your communication with Spanish speaking employees or co-workers. Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to offer your product or service to the 350 million people whose mother tongue is Spanish? In North America, Hispanic consumers are the fastest-growing market segment. As for job opportunities, it certainly wouldn’t hurt to have Spanish on your résumé. In the United States, knowing Spanish can be particularly helpful if you work in healthcare or education.


– Current: Before, French was the second most sought language worldwide, now the preferences are gradually changing to Spanish. Whether there is the high tourism in the Caribbean, and Spain (a favourite holiday destination for Europeans). Or by necessity (20 million Hispanic-speakers residing in the U.S.)



33 Responses to Home

  • Prem says:

    Although Mandarin Chinese is the most used language in the world, English, Spanish and other languages are more important in terms of having a global impact on a much crucial level.

  • wow… I haven’t noticed the advantage of learning Spanish till I read this post.. thanks!

  • And to get help to learn the 4th most important language in the world, you have the MemoFrases. On the website of MemoFrases you can download (free, see below!) the Accelerated Spanish MemoFrases. The MemoFrases are intended to help you speed up and reinforce your Spanish learning. It will show you how to use regular and irregular verbs, ser and estar, and a lot of other useful things, such as introducing yourself, asking for directions etc. Over 500 standard Spanish sentences, covering all tenses and the 1,500 most important Spanish words. You can currently download the MemoFrases for free from the Anders Languages website. To find the download link, enter the Anders Languages site ( http://www.anderslanguages.com ), choose “Spanish immersion”, click on whatever link and on the following pages you will find on the right side the MemoFrases banner for the free download.

  • There are many good reasons to learn Spanish. It is one of the most spoken languages in the world and you might find useful regardless of whether you actually end up traveling to a place where it is spoken.

  • sultan says:

    than you…………….

  • Excellent resource. The B and V issue has always vexed a lot of people when learning Spanish but never so much as Ser/Estar, so it was a good explanation.

  • admin says:

    Sì, è possibile solo se si citare la fonte e vi prego di farmi sapere quando è fatto

  • Nice post.
    And Do you have any ebooks on learning spanish?

  • Luis says:

    Thank you for your feedback – I haven’t got any ebooks. But you can find reference, grammar, quizzes, word of the day and more though out the site, and everything is free.

  • lucky says:

    Nice vidios and good Spanish references, very helpfull

  • Luis says:

    Thank you for your feedback I hope you enjoy it

  • Thanks for the videos and tutorials.
    I’ll keep visiting your site daily.
    I love Spanish language. :)

  • By the way,
    Whenever i leave a comment a window popup but displays
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  • Luis says:

    If you want any help with the Spanish language don’t hesitate to contact me directly. Regarding the pop up I am not sure why it does that. I got subscription by email. If you want to subscribe to the feed and receive updates of the site by email, simple enter your email address on the top right hand side of this page”. Also you can now get an email when new comments are added in order to do this tick “Notify me when new comments are added.”

  • excellent article, really enjoyed reading it. will be back to read future posts.

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  • Shannon says:

    Interesting fact about French formerly being the most taught language. I think Spanish is only going to increase in demand both in the business arena as well as within the U.S. culturally. I’m so much a believer that even though my 2 girls have a Russian mother we’re teaching them Spanish via. Tell Me More Spanish. And we’re learning it too.

  • yecato says:

    yo hablo muy bien español,ya que pues es mi lengua materna y estoy en el proceso de learn english

  • Lizbeth says:

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  • Ruth Victoria Mwende says:

    I Would like to learn Spanish.

  • Johnny says:

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  • Johnny says:

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  • Luis says:

    Hi Jonny,

    Thank you for your kind words. we also have a brand new support forum for People learning spanish. As it is brand new, it is prety empty at the moment but it will pick up soon, have a look at http://chatspanish-aid.com/


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  • Luis says:


    Thank you for you kind comments. Regarding you firs question comments are open for everyone and as long they are respectful I allow them all.

    I have a facebook and a twitter page. Also I have a brand new Spanish Forum for people to post there http://chatspanish-aid.com/ Also if you wish to follow our posts you can register on the top right hand side of this page.


  • panchgani says:

    It is one of the most spoken languages in the world so i want to learn Spanish

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  • Although our company offers 1-on-1 classes for a fee with teachers, I always recommend that our students use other free material to build vocabulary, grammar tips, quizzes, and some of thefree online video chat with native speakers from other countries. They aren’t all catered to Spanish, but you can find hundreds of willing Spanish speakers to talk to you in exchange for English. Communication is key!

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