The Natural Conversational Approach – or NCA – used by SpanishNYC is the result of more than five years of research in language education and more than 25 years’ teaching experience. It allows our students to achieve amazing results in a very short time. Read more
Published: August 4, 2008
Read it at the NYTimes
The men sat at opposite ends of a coffee table speckled with a half-dozen books — on the history of New York’s municipal lawyers, on the subway system’s rich architecture. Their legs stretched out, left foot resting on the right, they were mirror images of disparate worlds: the tutor, an immigrant from Colombia, with his student, the mayor of New York, face to face for 90 minutes in an elegant chamber at City Hall. Read more
Learn how to write and pronounce the numbers 1 to 20 in Spanish.
When do we use “tu” or “usted” in Spanish?
In Spanish we use “tu” (INFORMAL “you”) only for people you know well, colleagues or friends and between young people. It is always better to use “Usted” (FORMAL “you”) for clients, professors, elderly people and strangers.
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About Spanish NYC
When the socio political crisis in Colombia forced the founder of SpanishNYC, Luis Cardozo, to leave his home country in 1999, his two main assets to start a new life in NYC were a law degree and his passion for languages.