Pronunciation and Intonation Course (all levels)
A self-study Spanish pronunciation audio course for anyone wishing to speak Spanish with a natural, accurate and beautiful accent. Focused on effortless pronunciation of the most common sound patterns in Spanish, "Spanish Pronunciation Course" is designed to be enjoyed over fifteen days, yet intended to be used at your own pace.
Mastering the Spanish R and J sounds, understanding the liaison and Spanish rhythm, the reason why Spanish sounds so fast - and how to achieve it, as well as vocabulary building techniques, tools for remembering the genders of Spanish nouns and simple tricks for sounding Spanish.
10 lessons each with their corresponding audio recordings, containing pronunciation demonstrations and practice exercises. Your Course Workbook outlines each audio’s lesson notes, sound patterns and transcript.
2+ hours of audio instruction
Who is it for?
This self-study audio program is for everyone looking to pronounce Spanish naturally, comfortably and accurately. For anyone ready to master the Spanish R an J.
Who is it not for?
This digital audio self-study program is not for anyone looking for a Spanish grammar course.
The course’s workbook contains the audio transcripts & notes for the following lessons:
This course in NOT open for enrolment. It will open 1st March 2019.
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- Teacher of Spanish as a Foreign Language, by Instituto Cervantes, Dublin (Ireland), 2011.
- DELE Examiner, Instituto Cervantes, Dublin (Ireland), 2013.
- Certificate "Critical Thinking and Emotional Learning", Instituto Cervantes, Dublin (Ireland), 2017.
- SIELE Exam, Certified Trainer, 2018.
- Bachelors Degree in Arts (Languages) by University of Burgos (Spain).
- Masters Degree in Scenic Arts by University of Burgos (Spain).
- Founder and Spanish teacher at Online Spanish Tutor.
- Hosts retreats and workshops on Spanish language, culture, and creative writing.
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- Ortega, María. “Recepción y difusión de No puede ser en Europa: Traducciones y adaptaciones de una comedia moretiana”. En: Del verbo al espejo (ver Misceláneos general).