Award-Winning Spanish Lessons in Los Angeles, CA

100% Instructor Satisfaction Guarantee - Top Instructors for Los Angeles

150,000+ clients. 4.9 / 5.0 Rating

Who needs an instructor?
How soon do you need Spanish instruction?
What is your name?
What is your zip code?
What is your email address?
What is your phone number?
FEATURED BY
TUTORS FROM
Harvard
University
Yale
University
Princeton
University
Stanford
University

Varsity Tutors can help students of any age enroll in Los Angeles Spanish lessons. Whether you're a student at a secondary school like Granada Hills Charter High School or you're pursuing an advanced degree at an institution of higher education like the California Institute of Technology, learning a language can be difficult when you don't have the proper support in place.

Spanish has more native speakers than any language other than Chinese. More than 400 million people speak Spanish as their first language, and millions more speak it as their second language. In the United States, it is the second most spoken language. About 13 percent of the American population speaks Spanish as a first language, and an additional 12 million Americans are bilingual. America is currently the second largest Spanish speaking country in the world, and by some estimates, it will be the largest in a few decades. Because Spanish is so widely used in America, you may be learning it to make it easier to communicate with community members or to make travel throughout Spanish speaking countries easier. Whatever your reason for learning the language, Spanish lessons can help you develop your skills.

What are some skills a teacher might review during Los Angeles Spanish lessons?

Learning a new language is very different from learning new material in another academic subject. When you join a new science, math, or history class you already know the rules of the language you are being taught in. When you attempt to learn a new language, you have to learn an entirely new set of rules and a new way of thinking.

Gender is assigned to nouns in Spanish. That means that when you think about an apple, table, book, or cup of tea, you must remember to think of it as masculine or feminine. The gender of the noun then determines other factors in a sentence containing the noun such as pronouns and adjectives must also reflect the proper gender of the noun, or the sentence becomes unclear. Speaking of adjectives, in Spanish, they usually come after the noun. But not always. You also need to know how to modify the adjectives you're using to match the gender of the noun and the singular or plural nature of the noun.

Capitalization, punctuation, and pronunciation are all different in Spanish. Some of the differences are slight, such as adding an additional punctuation mark at the beginning of some sentences. Other's are moderately more challenging, such as learning to change the pronunciation of a letter based on diaereses, tildes, and accents.

If all of this sounds unfamiliar or overwhelming, don't worry. Whether you work on your language skills in a class or with a private instructor, Spanish lessons can help you work towards clearing up the confusion and becoming more confident in your linguistic abilities.

How can enrolling in a class for Los Angeles Spanish lessons help me learn the language?

Learning a new language is challenging to do in isolation. When you enroll in a class, you gain the support of a highly skilled instructor as well as a class full of Spanish language learners. Interacting with others in a new language can help to strengthen your understanding and fluency more rapidly than working on building your skills by practicing alone.

All of our classes allow you to see the teacher as if they are across the table from you even though the classroom is online. Online classes offer the same type of supportive environment and professional instruction of an in-person class, but without the need to add additional commute time to your practice sessions. There is a wide range of class times available from which to choose, which makes it easier to prioritize learning a new language without neglecting other work, family, or school commitments.

How is working with a private Los Angeles Spanish tutor different from taking a class?

Working with a personal different gives you a more personalized learning experience. Your instructor can take the time to get to know your learning style and goals, academic needs, and the areas you are personally struggling with in your attempts to learn Spanish. This information can be used to customize your lesson plans, so each session is focusing on the skills you need the most assistance with learning.

When you work with a Los Angeles Spanish tutor, you will also have more time to practice speaking and listening to the language. Since you and your instructor are the only ones involved in the sessions, as much of the lesson as is appropriate for your current language level can be held in Spanish. This allows you to receive real-time feedback about your pronunciation and sentence structure and gives you the opportunity to ask questions about what is being said or how to phrase a particular thought as the issues arise.

Finding time to work with a private instructor is easy. You can schedule your sessions for mornings, afternoons, or evenings throughout the week and on weekends. You can meet with your tutor online or in person. Meeting with your instructor online has all of the benefits of working with someone who is in the same room. You can utilize our Live Learning Platform and meet with your instructor face-to-face in a secure online environment.

How can I get started with the right Los Angeles Spanish lessons for me?

Learning a new language may not be easy, but becoming fluent in Spanish can have a powerful impact on your personal and professional opportunities. Los Angeles Spanish lessons can change the way you think about Spanish. If you want to know more about enrolling in a class or taking private Spanish lessons, reach out to the experts at Varsity Tutors today. Whether you're finishing your fourth year of Spanish at the University of Southern California, taking Spanish 1 at El Camino Real Charter High School, or want help working to reach your language learning goals, you can start lessons with a Los Angeles Spanish tutor quickly. Contact Varsity Tutors today to to get started now.

Contact us today to connect with a top Los Angeles Spanish instructor