Improve your comprehension skills in Spanish and break down the language barrier!
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Speaking Training Program
For Beginners, Intermmediate & Advanced students
Toani Membership Program
How we can help our students
Common problematic situations we hear from students...
If you struggle with any of this, this program has been designed specifically for you!
About our classes
Our goal is to help you communicate with locals in Spanish. We approach the learning process from two main perspectives: pronunciation and the construction of sentences using the most commonly used verbs in Spanish. We believe that a solid foundation of pronunciation is the key to speaking and understanding the language. So, we created our own method known as BLyM to help you develop speaking skills and sound more like a native.
Our method will help you
These are benefits you get when you have a solid foundation of pronunciation, but it all starts with your own. BLyM has been designed to help you achieve that.
What´s the first step
The first step is to schedule a free interview with us so we can learn more about your language background and learning objectives. This first session is also useful to find out if this is the right method and class for you. If you like what you hear then you are assigned to a group of students with the same level as you and with a similar learning style. Or we can also discuss the possibility for private lessons if that´s something you´re looking for.
We have created our own technique to help you develop the habit of speaking naturally. We like to refer to this technique as BLyM, which stands for blending, linking and merging.
BLyM is a 3-step training process we came up with to teach how to connect the sounds of words in a sentence. This is what most students struggle with: understanding how many words they’re being told. They struggle to associate vocabulary with sounds and they conclude learning Spanish is not for them because “native speakers talk too fast”.
Spanish for baja residents