Spanish is a language that is quite literal in its pronunciation. All the vowels and consonants combined always have their own distinct sound as syllables and this sound never changes no matter how they are put together. For instance, the syllable “que” always sounds the same no matter if we are saying: “parque” (park) or “queso” (cheese). The good thing about this is that once you get the sound of the syllables that means you have the ability to pronounce them correctly in any given word or sentence. Read more
Private Spanish Lessons are Always Better; Here’s Why
Besides the obvious reason that a private student gets 100% of the instructor’s attention, the following are three reasons why our students prefer private Spanish lessons in our NYC school. Read more
Our Spanish Conversation Tutors Visit Your Home in Manhattan, Brooklyn or Queen’s. Long ago, when I was in high school, I went from being not so good at math to being one of the best math students in my class – thanks to the experienced and talented private tutor that my parents hired. His pedagogical approach was very different from the frustrating repetition of math formulas the teacher demonstrated at school. Read more
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.