‘I’m really enjoying it!’ – What it’s like to learn Spanish online

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Check in with Grace as she reaches the halfway point of her online Spanish course

The mum-of-one has been part of a group learning Spanish online with our tutor Megan, based in Newcastle-under-Lyme. She spoke to us about the highs and lows of her experience – and what really happens in her lessons!

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Watch Grace’s latest video to find out what she loves about her online Spanish course and what she’s finding challenging. “I feel like I’ve been using my brain in a way I haven’t used it in such a long time,” she admits.

The 36-year-old, from Sheffield, last studied Spanish in high school, but was surprised at how much she could still remember. “I have a much more positive attitude towards it now than I did when I was 16,” she adds.

We’ll meet Grace again for one last chat at the end of her 10-week block of lessons.

Fancy learning Spanish, French or Italian online?

Are you looking for a face-to-face Spanish tutor? Or would you prefer French, or Italian? Just enter your postcode in the search box on our homepage to find your nearest friendly group class.

If you’d prefer to learn via Zoom, change the lesson type to ‘online’ to see all our available classes. You’ll still have the same relaxed, sociable Language for Fun experience – just without leaving your house!

Interactive online language classes

Some online courses use pre-recorded videos, but that’s not the Language for Fun way. Our Zoom lessons follow exactly the same structure as our face-to-face classes, so you’ll still get to meet people and make new friends.

All our courses now include access to our bespoke Virtual Learning Environment – your digital one-stop shop for all our revision videos, quizzes and online forums.   

Want to mingle in person but can’t make a full term of classes? Try a blended course to combine learning Spanish, French or Italian online with face-to-face social events in your area.  

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