What if learning Spanish was as fun as binge-watching your favorite TV show?

With Visual Spanish, it is!

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Speak Conversational Spanish in 5 weeks.

Hey, did you know that repetitive vocabulary drills and boring audiotapes will never teach you how to speak Spanish like a normal person??

I know it sounds crazy because we're so used to seeing all the ads for software programs and apps fro your phone, and while that is important to learn Vocabulary, I'm going to share three secrets with you today that are going to show you why all those boring apps might actually get in the way of you speaking Spanish.

I'm David and I tried everything to learn Spanish - every app, every audio program, even the one the CIA uses... But it wasn't until I realized what kind of learner I am that I finally became fluent in Spanish.

But here's the thing - once you understand that it isn't about repetitive drills or trying to stay awake during boring audio lectures, you'll start speaking Spanish faster than you ever thought possible. 

So what is the secret to speaking conversational Spanish?

It's laughter.

It's more than that, obviously, but that's kind of the key.

So, I'm going to share with you three secrets about laughing and learning and how you can speak conversational Spanish in just 5 weeks!

Introducing... Visual Spanish, a comprehensive learn Spanish course hidden inside a funny, addictive TV series with lovable characters, hilarious adventures, and a will-they or won't-they storyline that will keep you guessing.

Q. Is Visual Spanish right for me?
A. Visual Spanish was developed for beginner and intermediate Spanish students between 18 and 80 years old. Beginning students might have to spend more time on the first classes to get up to speed, but intermediate and even advanced students will learn new expressions and grammatical concepts as early as the first class. The format is fast-paced and challenging, meant to be watched over and over again until everything is absorbed - and funny enough that students WANT to repeat the classes until they understand everything. We’ve listed just a few of the possible uses for Visual Spanish below – have a look… 

Already taking Spanish classes? 

Visual Spanish is a great way to help you apply what you’re learning in the classroom to a more realistic, conversational format. This is a great supplement to the vocabulary and grammar that you’re studying in class, because after all, you’re studying to be able to speak Spanish, right? However, if you are looking for a study guide for a formal, written exam, you may want to look elsewhere. 

Preparing to study, volunteer, or travel abroad? 

This is the perfect tool to prepare you for real Spanish conversations, at the speed at which you will have to have them. As you already know, speaking Spanish in class, and speaking on the streets of Latin America or Spain are two very different things, and Visual Spanish will prepare you to speak, understand, think, and respond in Spanish at the rate of normal conversation, whether you’re a beginner or an intermediate speaker.

Headed to Latin America or Spain for business?

You have come to the right place. Bueno, entonces... is great as an introductory course or for refreshing your existing ability to speak – it will help you chat with your partners and clients in their native tongue, as well as navigate the streets after work. If you are looking for specialized medical, legal, or other industry-specific jargon, you may want to supplement this class with something a little more specific to your needs.

Just want to be able to communicate with more people?

This is exactly what you’re looking for. Visual Spanish focuses on enabling you to communicate in Spanish. While we cover grammar, sentence structure, and some of the finer points of the Spanish language, the course stresses the ability to speak and understand Spanish.

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What if learning Spanish was as easy as binge-watching a great Netflix show?

And if at the end of 30 episodes over 5 weeks you could confidently speak and understand conversational Spanish?

£19.99  + FREE SHIPPING
List Price: 
 £29.99 (33% off)

So What Exactly Is Included With Visual Spanish Levels I & II?

Anyone 18-80 who wants to speak Spanish

Visual Spanish is for

Are you ready to start speaking conversational Spanish?!

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“Being over 50 its hard to teach an old dog new tricks, and tough to retain what I have already learned. This program has been easy to follow and teaches in a very conversational way. I am already into lesson 3 and am having fun with it.
Wendy from Bristol, England

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When you enroll today you'll get INSTANT ACCESS to:

The entire 5-week course
All 30 classes of 40 minutes each
30 quizzes to gauge your progress
Individual study guides for each class
Audio-only version to review in the car or at the gym
Plus you'll also receive...
248-page printable Study Guide covering the entire course
Our Slang Dictionary - learn all the best #$@&%*! from 18 Spanish-speaking countries 
Our "How to Pick 'em Up & Put 'em Down" guide to the best Spanish insults and pick-up lines - a super funny way to learn
Access to our "Music to help you learn Spanish" videos - learn lyrics to your favorite Spanish songs

I am so confident that you will laugh and learn and enjoy learning Spanish, that I will make you a promise: Try it for 90 days. If, after 90 days you aren't laughing and learning, then you can have your money back.
No Questions, No Hassle. Just send us an email after the 90 days are up and we'll give you a full refund.

If for any reason you're not satisfied...

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Will I be offended by the “spicy content” in Visual Spanish?
A. Spicy Spanish classes are a part of Visual Spanish. David is fairly obnoxious, and, for lack of a better term, a jackass. A natural performer, he is witty, funny and outrageous. Jimena is a classically trained actor and a real Spanish teacher. Between the two of them, they push the boundaries of appropriate discourse, and sometimes break it. The rule is if you’re worried about being offended, you probably will be. If you think you can't be offended, you will enjoy following the witty banter - and you won't be able to wait to find out what David says next.

Q. Is Visual Spanish too advanced or basic for me?
A. Visual Spanish covers a lot of ground, from the most basic words, rules, and phrases, to complex concepts usually reserved for advanced Spanish courses, so have a look at the options below, and read over the one that best describes your Spanish.

I can say "Hola" and "Gracias"...but that’s about it

Visual Spanish will be challenging for you, but very valuable, as the engaging nature of the course makes the classes easy to repeat. In order to be able to follow along with the story, we recommend viewing the first few episodes multiple times as an introduction to Spanish.

I’ve picked up a few words and phrases, and can communicate basic ideas

Great! Since you already know a little Spanish, Visual Spanish will reinforce basic vocabulary and grammar as well as build on any previous knowledge to the point of conversational Spanish. You’ll go from hacking together words in Spanish to communicating smoothly constructed sentences in 5 weeks.

I studied Spanish in high school or college, but don’t get to speak it very often

Visual Spanish is perfect for you, as it covers the basic concepts of Spanish I & II as well as more advanced concepts that come up during the course of normal conversation. The course set (30, 35-minute classes) will build on previous knowledge all the way to a conversational level. The same is true for students who understand but have trouble speaking. Visual Spanish provides cultural and language immersion - the 30-class series will improve both comprehension and communicative abilities.

It's Fun and Addictive

David is a cheeky Londoner learning Spanish in Buenos Aires. Jimena is his charming Argentine teacher. Visual Spanish joins their class to get an intensive Spanish immersion, pick up a little about Argentina & Latin America, and see how a little cultural tension provides the perfect backdrop for absorbing a foreign language. 

Thousands of Visual Cues

Every word is shown on the screen in both English and Spanish, color-coded to help you understand sentence structure and word usage. Thousands of symbols, illustrations and other cues help fill in the blanks. After a few classes, these visuals will work like subtextual signals for how words are used and sentences are structured - which makes learning Spanish MUCH easier!

An Immersive Experience

Visual Spanish follows the charming teacher Jimena and jackass student David as they learn Spanish traveling around Latin America with a supporting cast of characters. It's kind of like learn-Spanish reality TV, but with redeeming social value! The point is, you'll find yourself learning so you can follow along with the twists and turns of all the relationships!

Half the time and a fraction of the cost

Repetitive phone apps are great if you want to pass a test, but that's not how your brain learns languages. At best they are a waste of time and at worst they might even get in the way of you learning how to really speak conversationally. Old-fashioned software is incredibly expensive, and one-on-one live classes are astronomical! 

31,000 color-coded vocabulary words.

Color-coding genius. Every Spanish word appears on the screen (so you can see how it is spelled) and is color coded so that your brain picks up on different types of words. Verbs are green, nouns are blue or pink and adjectives are purple.

850 symbols, illustrations and visual cues.

Easy-to-understand illustrations and symbols will let you know if what you're learning is slang, formal or informal speech, and in what situations to use it. Treat the symbols like a dashboard giving you important information as you navigate the language.

Verbs. I still have nightmares about verbs.

There are 42 verb tenses in Spanish, compared to only 9 in English. And they are a huge pain in the ass. We'll help you conquer verbs in 2 ways; first by including arrow symbols indicating past, present, continuous and future tense, so you quickly absorb the conjugation rules. Second, you'll always see the root verb and pronoun on the screen to help connect the usage with the derivation.

30 episodes of 40 minutes each.

Just one hour a day, Monday through Saturday (take Sundays off!) for 5 weeks. Every day watch the class, laugh a lot, and take a short quiz. You won't believe how much you'll absorb.

Watch one funny, addictive 40 minute class per day, and take a short quiz.

At the end of each week watch the review class and take a 25 question review test. Feel free to use the support materials.

After 30 classes in 5 weeks, take the final exam and get our certification for Spanish Levels I & II.

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How it works

FUN + VISUAL + IMMERSIVE = RETENTION!

So the first secret is, it has to be fun.

The big idea here is that if your brain isn't engaged, you won't retain anything.

This is important because if your brain is engaged and entertained, it wants to hold on to that information (how many movie quotes do you know?). If your brain is bored it wants to throw that information away to make room for more interesting things.

The second secret is it has to be visual.

The main thing to understand here is that some people are visual learners. They need to see and hear new information at the same time . 

This means that any Spanish app that is only visual or only audio make it almost impossible for most people to learn (I learned this the hard way). For visual learners, when visual and audio cues match up, information is seared into their brains. 

The third secret is it has to be immersive.

The main thing to understand here is that learning individual vocabulary words or verb conjugations out of context is like having a jigsaw puzzle in a box - you have all the pieces, but you can't see the picture. 

That's why the best way to learn Spanish is to move to Spain for 6 months and fall in love with someone who doesn't speak English. The next best thing is to learn through real conversations and situations.

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Everything you need to master Spanish Levels I & II

Visual Spanish includes everything required by the American Council for Teaching a Foreign Language for Spanish 1 & 2 , as well as by the Common European Framework Reference for Languages - Spanish 1A/1B.