Learning a second language has become sufficiently popular by now that many people already know the differences, pros and cons of private and group lessons. Specifically Spanish, the second language most spoken worldwide by native speakers. It is spoken by over 577 million speakers worldwide, and it is estimated that around 22 million people are studying Spanish in 107 different countries. And the numbers are expected nothing but to increase in the upcoming years since is the preferred second language to learn in countries such as the United States.
As people are opting more and more to learn Spanish, new educational methods are appearing. One of them is semi-private lessons.
What are semi-private lessons?
Semi-private Spanish lessons offer all the advantages of private tutoring plus one more: you’ll enjoy them with someone of your trust. Whether you are a couple, family, friends, or coworkers, you’ll embark in the adventure of learning Spanish while living unforgettable moments with someone to whom share nostalgic memories when back home.