Find Spanish Classes
Whether you need some extra help as a student at the University of Louisville or you simply want a chance to improve your Spanish skills before a trip abroad, Varsity Tutors can offer you a Louisville Spanish course that will suit your needs. Learning how to speak a second language is never easy, and high school courses at schools such as Eastern High School or Louisville Male High School don't always provide the kind of immersion and intensive instruction that some students need to succeed. You might learn all the basics about Spanish grammar, conjugation, and vocabulary from a high school or college course, but learning how to properly speak and understand Spanish often requires more than that. A Louisville Spanish course can provide you with these opportunities by allowing you to converse with qualified instructors and fellow students in a relaxed and supportive virtual setting.
Not only is Spanish the second most spoken language in the United States after English, but it is also the second most spoken language in the world, with only Mandarin Chinese being more prevalent. There are over 430 million native Spanish speakers around the world, and it is the official language of around 20 countries. You will almost certainly need to know how to speak the language if you travel to Spain, Peru, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Guatemala, or almost anywhere in Central or South America. Spanish is also the most studied foreign language in the United States, where it is spoken by more than 45 million people. Learning how to speak Spanish can give you the opportunity to communicate with new friends, learn about new cultures, and do business with a huge population of people around the world. It will also give you an advantage if you ever want to learn other Romance languages such as French and Italian. Like Spanish, both of those languages are derived from Latin, so you will no doubt hear French and Italian words that sound familiar if you know any amount of Spanish.
What Material Is Covered by a Louisville Spanish Course?
Even though Spanish is considered one of the easiest languages for a native English speaker to learn, it still has plenty of nuances and rules that might be difficult to grasp. For example, Spanish is a gender-based language, meaning that all nouns are either masculine or feminine. Genders are often assigned because of the last letter of the noun, and the general rule is that nouns that end on "o" are masculine and nouns that end in "a" are feminine. There are exceptions to this rule that simply need to be memorized. Adjectives also change according to the genders of different nouns. This is technically not that different from German, Russian, and French, but it might be difficult to grasp if you've only learned a language where nouns have no gender. A Louisville Spanish course can help you grasp this concept so you can better understand how the Spanish language works and how it differs from English.
A Louisville Spanish class can do far more than teach you how gendered nouns work. The instructors of these Spanish classes will also teach you about vocabulary, pluralization, pronunciation, written accents, and verb conjugation, all of which are vital to understanding and speaking Spanish. Much of this tends to be easier than English, but it's still challenging for non-native Spanish speakers to grasp. Of course, a good Louisville Spanish class will also educate you about the culture and history of the many peoples around the world who speak Spanish, which will be vital to anyone who wants to travel abroad.
How Can a Louisville Spanish Class Help Me to Better Understand Spanish?
The Louisville Spanish classes that are offered by Varsity Tutors are taught entirely online in interactive virtual classrooms and led by qualified and vetted Spanish instructors. You will be able to interact with your classmates and instructor and have the chance to engage in learning activities and engage in Spanish conversation. This kind of immersion is the key to learning any language quickly, even if you've done well in previous high school and college courses and have a good handle on grammar and vocabulary. It might also give you the chance to help other students who might be struggling with some of the more challenging concepts. After all, they will be engaging in conversation and be immersed in the language just like you. Depending on the skill level of the students in the class, your instructor might teach sessions entirely in Spanish.
Since some students learn better from one-on-one instruction than from a classroom, we also offer the opportunity to speak privately with instructors if you are struggling with any of the material. We understand that students learn in different ways, so we want to provide them with every advantage they need to better understand any concepts that they don't quite grasp.
All of the Spanish courses offered by Varsity Tutors are online, which means you won't have to worry about making a long commute for every session. As long as you have a reliable Internet connection and can connect with your instructors and fellow students, you will be able to attend every session in the course. New sections are also made available every month in two-week and four-week courses, so you should be able to find something that fits comfortably within your schedule.
How Do I Enroll in a Louisville Spanish Course?
A Louisville Spanish course can be a valuable tool in reaching for your academic and professional goals, and we want to give you every opportunity to sign up for a course that best suits you. Contact Varsity Tutors today to find a Louisville Spanish course that fits comfortably into your schedule. Whether you need some extra help completing a high school or college Spanish course or you simply want a chance to practice your Spanish-speaking skills before you go on a trip abroad, we will be more than happy to help you find what you need.
Brian: Louisville Spanish course instructor
...as a teacher and a longtime coach. I am versed in a variety of subjects, having majored in English as an undergraduate student before working as a newspaper editor, then receiving my Master's in Business Administration this year. I have also taught science at the middle school level, and am fond of math as well. I enjoy interacting with students, and gain satisfaction from working with them with a positive mindset to help achieve a...
Nicholas: Louisville Spanish course instructor
Hello! My name is Nicholas. I am a mechanical engineering student at the University of Louisville. I have tutored friends and other students, since I was in middle school. I am very open and am willing to answer just about any question.
Education & Certification
- University of Louisville - Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering
- Study Skills
- World History
- +69 subjects
Fernando: Louisville Spanish course instructor
Highly motivated and results driven finance analyst with broad experience working in economic sectors of great dynamism and projection (Telecommunications, Service, Banking and Renewable Energies). Dependable and accomplished professional with extensive experience in implementing plans, evaluating financial forecasting and managing multiple projects simultaneously. Excellent problem solving and interpersonal skills. Proven adaptability and able to flourish in high-pressure and fast-paced environments. Experienced in international environments where the ability of interaction and leadership within a diverse...
Education & Certification
- Universidad Europea de Madrid Espaa - Bachelor in Business Administration, Accounting and Business Management
- Universidad Europea de Madrid Espaa - Non Degree Master, Accounting and Business Management
- Elementary School Math
- Conversational Spanish
- Spanish 4
- +31 subjects
Rachel: Louisville Spanish course instructor
...true passion for teaching. I have a Bachelor of Science in Education and a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish from Indiana University. I am currently finishing my Master's in Education with a concentration in teaching English language learning. I have taught English language learners for two years in a public elementary school as a classroom teacher. As a teacher, I strive to engage children through incorporating visual and kinesthetic learning into all of my lessons....
Hannah: Louisville Spanish course instructor
...loving gal. I am a part time ergonomic engineer, former athletic trainer and I occasionally dabble in technical and creative writing. I am very happily married and have three large and incredibly spoiled dogs. In my free time, I enjoy playing ice hockey, skiing and backpacking. I got into tutoring because I used to struggle with studies myself. I now enjoy both learning and teaching thanks to several amazing professors who not only taught me...
Nia: Louisville Spanish course instructor
...Woodford Porter Scholar at the University of Louisville. I am a dedicated and ambitious individual looking to help my community in any way possible. I spent time being tutored through school and that helped me excel in classes and grow as a learner. I love to help other students do the same. I have experience in almost all subjects, including Advanced Placement courses and test prep, to help students advance academically and retain information.
Education & Certification
- University of Louisville - Bachelor of Science, Dental Hygiene
- English Grammar and Syntax
- Test Prep
- High School Biology
- +49 subjects
Lucinda: Louisville Spanish course instructor
...in Kathmandu, Nepal. Then, I returned to teaching students with mild special education needs at one of the premier private international schools in Vietnam. Most recently, I taught fourth and fifth graders at a Friends School in Louisville, Kentucky. I am excited to be continuing my career as an online educator with Varsity Tutors. I started teaching for Varsity Tutors in January 2020 and have taught students from five year olds to twenty-five year olds...
Education & Certification
- Study Skills
- Spanish 1
- Learning Differences
- +19 subjects
Mohamed: Louisville Spanish course instructor
Learning a new language can be very challenging for most learners, but with using the right tools and approaches there will be nothing to hinder your progress. thus, teachers will always have the privilege to assist students to achieve their goals.
- French 4
- +14 subjects
Maggie: Louisville Spanish course instructor
...several years of experience teaching all aspects of the English language, with an emphasis on writing and grammar. In addition to teaching English abroad in Santiago, Chile, and in the US, I am an advanced Spanish speaker. I have taught Spanish 1 at the high school level and lower level Spanish to children ages 4-12. I have more than 15 years experience mentoring and working with children of all ages. My strengths are in English,...
Education & Certification
- Western Washington University - Bachelor in Arts, Human Services
- Elementary School Writing
- College English
- AP English Language and Composition
- +60 subjects
Trey: Louisville Spanish course instructor
I've gone after degrees to gain experience in language, culture, and business. My passion though rests in sharing the most effective ways on how education can change lives. I hold a BA in Spanish, but I am as qualified to teach English. In fact, I have recently published a book called English Design. I can go on about my qualifications but what's important is what you need out of our sessions. When you're ready the...