Dear expat living in Spain,
The problem at this point is that you struggle to communicate with the local community in Spain on a daily basis, e.g. at a restaurant/market/health centre or while taking public transport. Moreover, you do not understand or know how certain things work here, you are not familiar with Spanish customs and traditions and, in consequence, you feel confused and lost.
What scares you most is that you know, if you do not change, you will not be able to get by in day-to-day situations and will always depend on someone else. This will decrease your quality of life here. You will also get stuck with the expat community and will not be able to integrate and live the Spanish life to the fullest. You will miss the opportunities to enjoy what this country has to offer and grow yourself to the next level.
Rest assured, you are not alone!
With my help, you can significantly improve your Spanish communication skills. You will be able to expand your daily Spanish vocabulary and knowledge of communicative language to better express yourself and improve your comprehension. You will be aware of how certain things work here and know Spanish customs and traditions which will make you feel confident.
You’ll have the confidence to lead an independent life in Spain and, therefore, improve your quality of life here. You will take advantage of the opportunities to meet people from outside the expat community and be able to integrate and live the Spanish life to the fullest. You will take advantage of the opportunities to enjoy what this country has to offer and grow yourself to the next level.
“Sonia is a great teacher who makes learning interesting and less intimidating. She provides good feedback and corrections but encourages the use and practice of the language. (…)”
“Great Spanish teacher – very professional and proactive with dynamic and varied classes. Recommended.”
“Sonia is a great teacher with a lot of patience. Classes were always at a good pace, depending on our needs. As well as learning the language the classes included cultural and historical facts which made them more engaging. (…)”