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Learning Intermediate Spanish and Advanced Spanish

Once you’ve nailed the basic language, it’s time to take things up a notch and advance to learning intermediate Spanish, so you can engage in deeper and more meaningful conversations with native speakers. At this point, you can try your hand at more complicated audio material to improve your listening, read more advanced literature and you might even start considering taking some intermediate Spanish lessons.

When you have mastered the nuts and bolts of Spanish, from basic sentence structure to subjunctive, you may feel ready to take on more advanced Spanish. This involves learning diverse vocabulary, writing and speaking as well as diving into some advanced Spanish grammar concepts.

Besides persistent self-study and advanced Spanish lessons, a great way to master fluent language is to learn slang and idioms to produce smooth, natural-sounding Spanish. Immerse yourself in the language and then lose yourself in its culture through travel, media and conversation with native speakers. The key to improvement lies in integrating Spanish into your daily routine and absorbing the language naturally.

Intermediate Spanish Lessons

To move beyond conversational basics towards the intermediate level of Spanish you'll need to engage deeper in its gritty grammar, diverse vocabulary and practicing fearless dialogue with native speakers. One could think that to get there, enrolling in an intermediate Spanish course would be the way to go. But in this day and age, is that really necessary?

The most effective way to navigate your learning of intermediate Spanish is to commit to balance of self-study, immersion and entertainment (in Spanish, of course!). Allow yourself 30 mins a day for either kind of learning - not long in the grand scheme of things!

Self-study can include using grammar textbooks, vocabulary drills and intermediate Spanish online lessons. Keep things exciting by rotating a range of methods that are best suited to you.

The good news is that once you are ready to learn advanced Spanish, things should get really interesting. As you grow more familiar with the language, you can enjoy your own Spanish immersion experience by learning through reading newspapers, binge-watching TV series and meeting new people online - all in Spanish. That’s the best part.

Build your Spanish ‘muscle memory’, address the areas that you find the trickiest, crank up the vocabulary and polish your pronunciation. The only thing standing between you and Spanish-speaking you, is the effort.

Advanced Spanish Lessons

Once you feel at home with the ins and outs of the intermediate level of Spanish, growing your repertoire of vocabulary and structures, or maybe you’ve even completed an intermediate Spanish online course with flying colours - you’ve got to keep moving forward.

To keep up progress, don’t be afraid to take on more advanced Spanish language in the forms of movies, novels and television. At the same time, keep in touch with the tricky aspects of advanced Spanish grammar and make time for more self-directed study.

Traditionally, enrolling in advanced Spanish lessons at an evening school or local college had been the only option to progress and improve. Without any alternative to get coached through tougher concepts, the classroom was the only place to go. Luckily, times have changed and now you are also able to enjoy immersive experiences in online Spanish-speaking environments, such as online lessons or other types of media content.

Everyone tells you that to learn advanced Spanish, you have to listen and speak to natives in order to be able to confidently communicate. But how do you engage with native Spanish speakers without actually knowing one?

When it comes to breaking down grammar, language experts offer detailed advanced Spanish tutorials in the form of Youtube content and audio lessons. This allows you to follow and process linguistic concepts at your own pace.

Sharpen your skills in conversational and advanced Spanish by using an exciting rotation of methods and material - you wouldn’t be able to tear yourself away.

Learning Intermediate Spanish with Memrise

There’s never been a better time to learn a language, and thanks to technological advances, the internet and the booming science of language acquisition, it’s never been easier to take your language beyond the basics and study at the intermediate level of Spanish.

If you feel ready to take on more vocab or harder grammar, look no further than the Memrise Spanish intermediate course experience to supplement your studies. You’ll practice your conversation skills, test your listening prowess, translate Spanish to English, English to Spanish, and discover more than 1,000 videos of real Spanish locals that make this language so unique.

Once you’re at home with the conversational basics, you are ready to work on your pronunciation and accent. Our ‘Learn with Locals’ feature reinvented language learning as the world’s first video dictionary, allowing users to fine-tune their Spanish pronunciation alongside videos of charming locals in beautiful cultural settings.

Language changes all the time. It’s a dynamic, constantly evolving tool that can be hard to keep up with. And that’s why our intermediate Spanish lessons are individually designed and maintained by in-house language experts - all native speakers - who ensure our content is the most up-to-date and relevant.

Our award-winning tech is informed by cognitive science and cutting-edge research into language acquisition. It knows what you are due to review, which words and phrases to test you on, and when, so you can learn intermediate Spanish far quicker than you could in the classroom.

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