4 ways to practise Spanish online

Fully immersing in a language is the best and most effective way to improve your Spanish. This is why The Pack Language Experience offers language holidays to different Spanish destinations. However, if you can´t travel but would love to keep practising your Spanish online, we can help!

We can offer four different ways to practise Spanish form home:

1. Conversation sessions in small groups:

Join one of our Zoom Spanish conversation groups. This is the perfect way to help you improve your spoken Spanish online as well as socialising with like-minded people. Our groups are small (3 to 5 participants) to ensure that everyone gets the chance to talk. All this from the comfort of your own home!

2. Private tuition

One-to-one Spanish tuition enables students to tailor classes to suit their individual needs and abilities. The teacher adapts material according to the level of each person, looking for engaging activities to make lessons more enjoyable and dynamic. In these sessions we will cover every method of language communication so you will improve your grammar, vocabulary, reading comprehension etc.

3. Visit our blog

If you are looking for interesting articles to improve your Spanish, we recommend you take a look at the Spanish version of our blog where we share useful infographics explaining different grammar concepts as well as information about idioms, lists of words and tips to practice your Spanish. We also recommend TV series to watch, post interviews, interesting facts about our destinations and even cooking recipes!

4. Follow us on social media

On our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts, we regularly share all types of news, tips and ideas to help you improve your Spanish. If you don´t want to miss anything follow us!

If you would like to receive more information about our group conversation sessions or one-to-one tuition, contact us or send an email to

Author Info

Adrián Lago

I am a journalist and a Spanish teacher. I am passionate about travelling and learning other languages and I always try to transmit this to my students.

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