Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know which level is right for me?
If you’re not a beginner, the first step is taking a trial class. During this lesson a teacher will test your level, answer any questions and show you how our online Spanish course works. Please contact us to schedule a trial class today. Please note: We don’t assess complete beginners or students who are starting at the A1.A level. level of knowledge.
Can I decide my schedule?
Spanish2Go School makes every effort to implement our students’ personal schedules for privates classes. That said, if you wish to retain the same teacher, you need to decide on a regular time (some flexibility is allowed). We can accommodate that, but we reserve the right to assign you a different online Spanish teacher.
Can I reschedule my classes? I am going on a spiritual retreat.
Lucky you! You can reschedule your online Spanish private classes at any time up to 24 hours before the class. Simply email to email@example.com. Classes not rescheduled in time are considered absences and billed accordingly. Any unused classes left on your plan will roll over for up to 1 year, as long as you are an enroll student. You can freeze your plan for up to 8 weeks per year. There are many options for those who travel or need a pause.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with our program, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a 100% refund for untaken lessons. After the initial 30 day period, you qualify for an 80% refund on all untaken classes. You can pause your plan when you don’t have enough time to practice or cancel your plan anytime. To do so, you will need to send a request in writing. When you write in, please let us know why you want to cancel, so we can see if we can help!
Infrequently Asked Questions
Can I attend my classes on my cell phone?
To take classes with Spanish 2Go School by Zoom, you need Internet. Zoom can work on any Chrome Book, iMac, MacBook, iPad, iPhone, etc. However, we strongly recommend using a computer with a webcam. You better use your cell data for emergencies or to play candy crush.
How can I learn Spanish by myself?
It is possible to learn Spanish by yourself using textbooks and podcast if you are not ready to start classes with an online Spanish teacher. That said, you need to be extremely motivated, apply some learning strategies, be disciplined and find someone to help you practice your speaking. We have two free Spanish courses that will help you get started: Viajando con Nilton, which focusses on vocabulary, grammar and culture, and our Spanish Grammar Review series. And read our blog written by levels to practice your reading comprehension in Spanish
What is the quickest way to learn Spanish?
That’s a tough one! There is no single answer to this question as it depends on the individual. A good strategy though is to set clear learning goals, take regular Spanish classes online that follow a logical learning path, use flash-cards on your own several times a day to memorize vocabulary, and once you reach an upper-basic level, enroll on a Spanish immersion program in a Spanish-speaking country for one month. Do this, and you will speak Spanish – not perfectly – but enough to get by.
Am I too old to learn Spanish?
We can guarantee that you won’t be speaking Spanish like a parrot in a month, but you are never too old to learn Spanish, and even though the “memory ain’t what it used to be”, learning something new is a great way to improve it.
Is Spanish an easy language to learn ?
If you already speak English, Spanish is probably the easiest foreign language to learn. There are thousands of “cognates” shared between the two languages. Taxi, hotel, importante, perfecto, etc.