“How do I learn Spanish?” If you’ve found yourself asking this question recently then you’ve come to the right place. I have the tools, resources, and tips to make your Spanish-learning journey an enjoyable one. I’ll help you turn that question of “How do I learn Spanish?” into a declaration of “This is how I learned Spanish.”
So how do you get from question to declaration? Here at Language Wrangler, I often hear many of the same laments from those seeking to learn and improve their Spanish. Perhaps you’re in the same boat as these folks that simply don’t have the money to invest in traditional means of learning languages, such as attending a community college or major university. Also, what do you do if you’re short on time? Perhaps you’re already swamped with classes, work, raising children, or robbing the rich to give to the poor?
OK, all Robin Hood references aside, I’m here to help you learn Spanish in a fun and cost-effective manner. So, let’s dive in.
How Do I Learn Spanish Without Draining My Bank Account?
This is a critical question to address before attempting to learn Spanish. You might be thinking about the traditional method of attending class to learn a new language. This can be a mighty expensive endeavor:
- To attend an in-state public university full-time, you can expect to pay around $4,700 per year. This means that even a single Spanish class of 5-6 units can cost you approximately $3,000 to attend as a part-time student per year.
- Private colleges can cost well over $20,000 per year to attend, so unless your dead aunt left you millions of dollars in her will, taking just one class doesn’t make much sense.
- Community colleges, while drastically cheaper than public and private universities, will still run you upwards of $800 or more per year once you factor in various student fees and the gasoline it takes to drive to class each week.
If only there was a product like Rocket Spanish you could use at home that didn’t cost as much as a new small vehicle. Well, there is and we’ll get to that in a bit.
How Do I Learn Spanish When I’m Already So Busy?
Even if you did have the funds to pay for one of the school-setting environments stated above, you’d still have to factor in the time it takes to get to class, sit through each lesson, and drive back home. If you lead a busy lifestyle, you may only be able to study early in the morning, on your lunch, or late at night after the kids have gone to sleep.
If you utilize the tools in Rocket Spanish, however, you could study at a time that works best for you. You could even study on your laptop from a coffee shop, airport, or wherever life takes you. Why not give it a shot today?
How Do You Fit Spanish Into Your Busy Life?
I’d love to hear your experience, please share it with me in the comments below!