3 Reasons Why You Need to Hire A Spanish Tutor Now

…so that you can be speaking Spanish in no time.

Here’re three reasons why you need to hire a Spanish tutor — if you want to start speaking Spanish confidently and avoid achieving only poor results.

Learning a new language is tough.

Some people study it for years but then lose it over time. Others know quite a lot about grammar but fail to become fluent.

I know what it’s like. I studied French for years, but I was never able to communicate effectively. With Norwegian, though, it’s quite the opposite.

As a person who has spent years learning different languages, I’ve experienced both failure and success.

Even though there is no one-size-fits-all approach to learning languages, I believe having a professional tutor can help you get closer to your goals faster.

Unfortunately, I never had one to learn Norwegian. It doesn’t feel good to admit that a tutor could have taught me things in one session that took me years to figure out on my own  — so even if I succeeded, I could have gotten much better results in a much shorter period of time with a tutor.

1. Save Yourself A Lot Of Confusion (And Time)

As professional Spanish tutors, our job is to answer all those questions that will inevitably arise, from how to pronounce certain words to how to use past tenses right. 

I’m a tutor. I know lots of students. I talk to lots of students. All these students know a lot of free online resources to learn Spanish. Yet, they keep looking forward to every Spanish class. I haven’t met a single student who told me: “I can figure everything out by myself.”

Here’s what happens when you try to self-teach Spanish.

You download a bunch of language learning apps, buy some grammar books or binge-watch YouTube videos for Spanish learners. These things will give you a sense of attainment. They will help you make some progress. They will clarify some aspects of the Spanish language. But as there’re millions of learning resources out there, you can expect a lot of confusion and time involved in the process.

If you’re looking for a genuine, fast, and independent method of learning Spanish by yourself, you’re digging yourself a hole.

2. Stop Worrying Too Much About Grammar 

We cannot use language without grammar. That’s why understanding the fundamentals is key. Yet, this isn’t the only thing you need to speak Spanish confidently — there’s so much more to learning a language.

I once heard a man saying “Tú vivir aquí.” I was shocked since he was having a Spanish conversation even though he didn’t conjugate the verb. On the contrary, some people seem to know how to conjugate every verb in all tenses but still don’t feel confident speaking the language.

Grammar alone won’t make you fluent. However, that’s what many learners care about most. I’m not too fond of this reduction to grammar. It doesn’t reflect that learning and speaking a language involves intuition, creativity, practice, and exposure.

Yes, some people will say: “I’m more of a grammar person.” But when getting things grammatically correct is all you care about, it gets boring and annoying, regardless of your level of correctness.

Obtaining a good grounding in grammar is a means for you to communicate effectively, not a goal in itself. 

As a tutor, I believe teaching grammar to my students is essential for them to feel confident using the language. My approach to both grammar instruction and language teaching in general involve:

  • Focus on the interests and needs of the student
  • Communication in everyday situations
  • Practicing grammar through speaking and writing activities
  • Focus on both accuracy and fluency
  • Games, role-plays, and discussion activities

3. Make Learning Spanish Easy to Accomplish

Whether you’re a total beginner, have difficulty learning languages, want to brush up your Spanish, or already had Spanish in High School or College, a Spanish tutor is there to make your life easier and to ensure you achieve your goals.

A professional Spanish tutor helps you:

  • Measure your weekly progress
  • Plan a learning schedule
  • Have conversations with natives
  • Find activities to supplement your Spanish classes
  • Nail the pronunciation of the Spanish words
  • Build vocabulary and fluency
  • Get a solid grammar foundation
  • Make you more confident that you can express yourself correctly
  • Engage in learning about the culture and not just the grammar
  • Use the language from day one.

Why Hiring Spanish Tutor Is Not For Everyone

Before hiring a Spanish tutor, you might want to ask yourself the following questions:

  • Can I dedicate the time and effort that learning Spanish requires?
  • Am I committed enough to my goals?
  • Is learning Spanish a priority to me right now?

If the answer to these questions is “no,” then you might want to spend your time and money doing something else.

As a tutor, I love working with people who have a certain amount of motivation and are willing to put in the effort to become fluent.

Final Thoughts On Why Hire Spanish Tutor

Hiring a Spanish tutor is probably one of the wisest decisions you can make when learning Spanish.

Learning Spanish takes self-determination and dedication, but a Spanish tutor makes the process easier so that you can focus on what’s important.

Book your first trial lesson with us now.