If you’re hungry to speak more Spanish, travel or move to a Spanish speaking country, or chat comfortably with your amigos, here’s how you can…
“Unlock Your Hidden Spanish Genius”
Speak Real Life Spanish With Confidence and Freedom…No Matter Your Age, Previous Experience, Or How Many Times You’ve Tried Before
After 16 years and 523,000 online students…I’m so confident that anyone…at any age…can speak real life Spanish with confidence and freedom…that I’ll personally guarantee it…even if you’ve tried every other system on the market.
See, what I’ve discovered over the years is that everyone has a Spanish genius hidden on the inside of them.
But instead of tapping into your natural ability to speak the language, you’ve been knocked off course by the complexity of textbook Spanish and disjointed courses.
When you’re overwhelmed, your mind shuts down and your tongue gets tied. My proven system, refined from coaching thousands of students, cuts through the rubbish and finally brings Spanish to life.
Soon, you’ll hear Spanish flowing from your mouth, and even you will be surprised at how freely Spanish rolls off your tongue.
Why 97.5% of Spanish Students Never Speak the Language
The numbers from the University of Chicago General Social Survey are bleak.
Just 2.5% of respondents said they reached the level of “speaking well” in a foreign language after studying in school.
Traditional textbooks and classes leave 97.5% out of every 100 students stranded.
And for adults it would be even worse…
After all it’s been years since they were in school. And it often seems like picking up a new language gets more difficult as you age….especially when you’re limited to the methods used to teach children and teenagers.
It was a nightmare for me personally.
Yet I had what seemed like all the tools to succeed. I moved to a Spanish speaking country.
I was teaching English in a prestigious university there. I had a whole language faculty to help me.
I was recently married to a native Spanish speaker and my daily life was surrounded by Spanish.
Yet,I felt like an outcast because I could barely even communicate with my neighbors. And don’t even mention trying to travel. I was terrified
I’d get lost across town and never communicate well enough to find my way home.
I desperately wanted to speak Spanish. I felt like my life depended on it. My future certainly did.
If I could just get Spanish under my belt I could blend in with my wife’s family. I would fit in with the locals. I’d have a world of new possibilities and opportunities.
A new life was waiting for me…
There was an even deeper reason for wanting to speak Spanish.
I hated teaching a second language without speaking one myself. I felt like a fraud. How could I expect my students to speak a second language when I couldn’t speak one myself?
To say I was determined would be a