Say "Adios" to Silly Mistakes
and "Hola" to New Friends,
and the Confidence to Enjoy it All.
Before I opted for a warmer climate and bid adios to Nebraska winters 13 years ago, I’d traveled pretty extensively in Latin America.
Scuba diving in Cozumel, exploring the ruins of Tikal, haggling in the markets of Chichicastenango, whitewater rafting in Costa Rica, trekking the highland volcanos of Panama….
I loved every minute of it. Except for one thing. My ability to communicate was woefully inadequate.
I knew my travel adventures would be so much better…more enriching and memorable…if I only had a better grasp of the language.
In Omaha, I’d taken a "Conversational Spanish" class at a local community center. With all of us at different levels, it was total chaos.
I did learn how to order a meal from a menu and ask where the bathroom was. (Not that I could ever be stopped from doing any of those things even if the menu was in Swahili. If nothing else, I am adventuresome.)
And while both of those served me well enough, they didn’t get me much farther than local restaurants and bathrooms… Important, yes. Optimal experience, no.
So I struggled along. I bought books… computer programs…I tried classes taught by native speakers….
I’ve Stuck My Foot in My Mouth More Than Once…
One time I couldn’t understand why the bartender was blushing (and his co-workers were laughing) until I learned I had asked him for "dos besos" (two kisses) instead of "dos vasos" or two glasses.
Everyone likes a good butt joke. But not everyone likes being the butt of the joke.
So you can imagine how embarrassed I was one holiday season in Quito, Ecuador long ago when I wished everyone I knew a cheery "Feliz Ano" instead of "Feliz Año."
That little squiggle mark over the n transforms it into a sound something like "nyah" which I had, unfortunately, overlooked.
This simple pronunciation mistake meant that instead of wishing everyone a Happy New Year, I’d been wishing them a "Happy Anus." Yikes.
That’s when I decided enough was enough. If I wanted to communicate like a reasonable adult in the Spanish-speaking world, I had to learn to speak Spanish.
Most of the time I was either bored out of my mind or totally overwhelmed. I couldn’t stick with any of it long enough to learn much at all. I didn’t then (and still don’t) have hours to study every day. Besides, it makes my head hurt.
I was trying to explain all this to some friends just recently. They’re struggling with memorizations and conjugations and all kinds of past, present, future, pluperfect and subjunctive "tenses." Makes me tense just thinking about it….
Throw all that out the window, I told them. We didn’t learn to speak English as babies by memorizing verb tenses, so why on earth would we think that’s the way to learn Spanish?
You see, a few years ago I met the best mentor a Spanish student can have… he makes it fun, easy, and quick. That’s because he’s a baby boomer just like us and he knows how we think…how we need to communicate…and how we learn.
Wisely, he understands that we needn’t speak perfectly every time -- especially when we’re learning. But we do need to be able to communicate the basics, and then build from there.
Makes perfect sense. And that’s exactly how he helped me to easily and quickly get up to speed and start speaking Spanish. And if you’re looking to do the same, then for all means – you’ve nothing to lose and everything to gain.
So How Can You Quickly (and Easily)
Learn to Speak Spanish?
I’m Suzan Haskins and I’m an International Living editor. I know firsthand that one of the most rewarding ways to explore Latin America and the retirement destinations International Living recommends is with some grasp of the language.
If you’re like me, it’s important to you to understand what’s going on around you, to feel at home, and be able to communicate beyond just the basics.
Unfortunately, most Spanish learning courses today are geared for teenagers or college students. And for people with serious studying time on their hands.
We baby boomers need a better way…
For a long time, just as you may have, I’d been on the lookout for the simplest, quickest, most enjoyable and efficient way to ‘train my brain’ ' to speak Spanish. And a few years ago, I found it.
While I’m certainly not fluent, I can now express my wants and needs…and comfortably communicate with Spanish speakers. I can talk with the people I meet…hotel staff and waiters, taxi drivers, the women in the styling salons and spas, in grocery and hardware stores…with anyone I encounter.
This has not only greatly enriched my experiences living and traveling in Latin America, but it’s made daily tasks and chance encounters much more enjoyable.
I’m now confident I can handle any situation, and that’s been a huge boost to my self-esteem and sense of security.
So how was I able to lean to speak Spanish so quickly and so easily?
Simple: Because of a guy named Warren Hardy.
Introducing Warren Hardy Spanish:
The Ultimate Experience
For more than 40 years, Warren Hardy has been teaching Spanish. More than 20 years ago he started his own school. And for the last 16+ years he’s been fine-tuning his approach—specifically with baby boomers like you and me in mind.
Warren understands that our minds work differently than the high-school or college-age kids most Spanish learning programs are aimed at.
"Warren Hardy is probably the best Spanish Teacher in the world. Really. He has an amazing gift with 40 years of experience."
— Mike Goot, retiree
At our age, we don’t need instant gratification, but we do want to feel like we’re making progress. We want someone to offer us a shortcut…some tips and tricks…some cues and clues…
And that’s exactly what a Warren Hardy course does. It’s like the "Zen of Learning Spanish." Armed with the foundation Warren provides… the simple-to-remember visual cues he plants… you find yourself soaking it all up organically like a sponge.
Spending time in one of Warren’s sessions is more like hanging out at the local coffee shop and doing a little eavesdropping…or kicking back and watching your favorite television program… pretty soon, you’re totally wrapped up and know exactly what’s going on. And you’re having fun.
His approach just makes sense. (And I’ll explain it in greater detail in just a moment.)
It’s for "mature learners" (though it will work for anyone). It’s important to know that Warren is an expat himself. He moved to Mexico more than 20 years ago, and he understands the key issues retirees face and the things that baby boomers most want to communicate.…
Warren established his home base in San Miguel de Allende, in Mexico’s gorgeous colonial highlands. That’s where you’ll find his groundbreaking school that successfully teaches almost 1,000 students every year.
Imagine being able to…
(But don’t worry, you don’t have to travel to Mexico or anywhere else to take advantage of Warren’s groundbreaking system.)
Warren says he’s never had a student that failed—and remarkably, his average student is 60 years old or older.
"Our system works 100 percent," he says. "You can learn to string a sentence together in 20 minutes—guaranteed."
Don’t believe it? Keep reading. I’m about to share some of Warren’s tricks with you that will absolutely convince you of how easy it can be. It’s a system that worked for me and for dozens of other people I know.
I Know What You’re Thinking…
Classrooms aren’t your thing… You don’t have enough time... You’re not good at memorization… You don’t want to throw money down the drain…
If these are your concerns, they shouldn’t be. Here’s why…
Until now… you had to travel to Mexico to meet with Warren Hardy and participate in his school. And believe me, it’s worth it. Warren’s classes are that good. And San Miguel de Allende is one of the world’s most beautiful and exciting colonial cities.
But most of us don’t have the time or the money to take a trip like that just to study Spanish.
Think about the costs of airfare, hotels and meals for two-and-a half weeks. (That’s how long a typical course of study at the school in San Miguel takes.)
And you may have your sights set on other locations in Latin America…
Maybe your dream is to spend a week snorkeling or scuba-diving off Mexico’s Caribbean Coast? Or on a shopping trip to Oaxaca?
Maybe you want to explore Lake Nicaragua or Costa Rica’s Lake Arenal?
Perhaps you’re looking to retire to Panama, Uruguay or Ecuador? Or somewhere else in Latin America entirely?
Maybe it’s Spain itself that’s calling to you?
The point is: No matter where you may want to be… no matter where your heart takes you…
If you’d like to speak Spanish, we can help you. And with very little investment (of both time and money) on your part.
For last couple of years, we’ve been working with Warren Hardy to create an "at home" version of his extraordinary approach to speaking Spanish.
Here’s How It Works…
It’s Custom-Made for Baby Boomers
As I mentioned earlier, Warren Hardy has spent decades developing and fine-tuning his system. Almost 40 years ago, when he was first studying Spanish, he learned right away that the most important first step is understanding the social protocol of the Latin culture. So that’s the first thing he teaches.
It all starts with learning the Social Protocol…
It’s not just "please" and "thank you." And you want to use the appropriate greetings, of course. But in the Spanish-speaking culture, being able to indicate your respect for people you encounter is critical for your acceptance.
How often have you heard the term "ugly American?" Let me tell you, I’m sure I’ve been one—not on purpose, of course, but because I didn’t understand the social protocol.
For instance, we North Americans would most likely walk up to the front desk of a hotel and brashly insert ourselves by saying, "Do you have any rooms?" But in the Latin culture it’s more appropriate to first say, "Con permiso, por favor." This means "With your permission, please…."
It’s like the old adage, "You catch more flies with honey than with vinegar." In the Latin community, the more polite and "cultured" you appear, the more positive attention you’ll receive.
"If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his own language, that goes to his heart."
— Nelson Mandela
These are the things Warren teaches right off the bat: How to greet people, how to inquire about their well-being, how to ask for attention or permission, how to summon a waiter, and more.
For instance, do you know what you absolutely mustdo when you enter a restaurant full of people enjoying a meal? What to say as you pass each table? Knowing this one simple phrase will show your respect and gain yourself much of the same in return.
And knowing what not to say is important, too. It doesn’t matter if you’re in Panama, Costa Rica, Spain, or Ecuador…what should you never call a waiter? Or a taxi driver? Or the housekeeper? Warren walks you through all this and more.
There are some key phrases that will smooth your way as you begin the process of communicating with your new Spanish-speaking friends. Learn these and you’ll establish an immediate connection. And you’ll feel a sense of empowerment that will take you to the next steps of being able to both communicate and understand what’s being said.
The ‘Power’ to plow ahead…
Here’s what I think is the true magic of Warren’s system…
It’s something he calls "Power Verbs." Armed with just the six power verbs that Warren will explain, you’ll quickly be on your way to putting together sentences and being able to confidently express your wants and needs.
Believe me, this system works. I use it day in and day out. It’s tried and true and has never failed me—even in the most complex circumstances.
Think about it. If you can say "I need" or "I want" or "I have"… and then add a noun or a "to" verb after it, you can literally make hundreds of sentences.
Here’s how easy it is: One of the most essential power verbs is ‘necesito’.And that means "I need." (Just think of the word ‘necessary’ ' to remember necesito.)
Common nouns are easy to learn, too.
Like "necessary" and "necesito," many Spanish words are similar to English words."Vacacion," for instance, means…. you guessed it, "vacation."
"Necesito un vacacion," therefore, means "I need a vacation." It’s that easy.
Probably you already know a ton of Spanish nouns… like amigo (friend), cerveza(beer), baño (bathroom), and casa (house). And like I said, some words are very similar to English words… like nacion (nation), banco (bank), and carro (car).
But even the ones that aren’t quite as common are easy to pick up and retain, thanks to Warren’s fun and easy noun exercises. Almost overnight, your vocabulary will quickly grow and with Warren’s help, it will multiply from there.
Quickly kick it up a notch with these memory tips.
This is where Warren Hardy’s true genius will jumpstart your Spanish language skills.
As he got older himself—and once he moved to Mexico and started his Spanish school—he thought more and more about how we "more mature" people learn. We learn by visualization… by association…. by connecting the familiar.
So Warren began attaching easy-to-remember memory cues to the most common Spanish verbs—those "to" verbs I mentioned before. They’re used to express anything you want "to do"…
For instance, the verb "lavar," which means "to wash."
"To remember what the word ‘lavar’ means," says Warren, "think of Lava Soap (remember that from when it was first introduced in the 1960s?) Or think of a ‘lavatory’ where you wash up."
Nesecito lavar mi carro. I need to wash my car. See how easy it is?
Once you make these little connections, they’re hard to forget. It’s little tricks like this that only a master teacher can come up with… someone who has been at this for four decades now and who understands the associations that make sense to us baby boomers.
There’s more, of course. But with Warren Hardy as your guide, it’s simple. Simply easy, fast, and fun.
The "Glue Words" help you put it all together.
Let’s keep going for just one more minute...
Another key element of the Warren Hardy system is something he calls "glue words." Exactly as you’d expect, these words help to knit, or glue, your sentences together.
"Mi" in the example I used earlier is a glue word. Nesecito lavar mi carro. I need to wash "my" car.
"Mañana" is a glue word. Nesecito lavar mi carro mañana. I need to wash my car tomorrow.
Once you know the glue words—and like every other step of the process, Warren will quickly and easily get you up to speed on these—the number of sentences you can create is limitless.
You’ll be amazed at how quickly you’ll master these simple steps—and in my experience of living and working in Latin America for more than a decade now—there is no better maestro (teacher or master) than Warren Hardy.
That’s why I call him the Zen Master of Spanish. Spend time with Warren and you practically absorb the language skills… like osmosis, you’ll soak it up -- he makes it so easy and intuitive.
There’s more, of course… including the all-important pronunciation techniques.
Numbers and time, days of the week, the months… Warren covers it all in his introductory sessions. Armed with this information, you can easily navigate your way around Latin America or Spain….
You can make or change reservations, barter over prices, mark your calendar for important fiestas and events, order a pizza… you’ll understand timetables, movie schedules, the clerk when she tells you the price of your groceries….
And most importantly, Warren helps you perfect your pronunciation. I can’t stress how important this is…
Even though words in Spanish may look familiar, they’re pronounced just a bit differently. "Vacacion," for example… looks like "vacation" but is pronounced vah-cah-see-ohn.
Just as in English, there are many words that are spelled similarly but pronounced just a bit differently… like "pero" and "perro," for instance. The former means "but" and the latter means "dog."
And knowing the proper way to pronounce these will make all the difference in the world.
Warren makes sure you get the pronunciation correct. It’s fun to watch him demonstrate how easy it is to properly enunciate the vowels and consonant sounds, and how to pronounce those quirky symbols we English speakers aren’t familiar with…
For instance… just to tell another tale on myself….
My Most Embarrassing Spanish Moment
On a bus careening through the mountains of Costa Rica, I grabbed the armrest of my seat and whispered to my husband (a little too loudly, apparently) "Tengo mierda."
Why, I wondered, did all the locals collapse in giggles and cover their faces with their hands?
You see, I thought I’d said "I’m scared," or more literally, "I have fear." But the word for fear is miedo… and not mierda, which means I had literally said (in terms that won’t be censored here) "I have poo poo."
Now you understand why I got serious about learning basic Spanish…
It’s a funny now, but it’s easy to avoid this kind of mistake Here’s how…
How You Can Join Warren
and Start Speaking Spanish Today…
Without Getting on a Plane
or Spending Thousands of Dollars.
As I said, we’ve been working with Warren Hardy to give International Livingreaders like you exclusive access to his groundbreaking teaching methods.
"A few years ago, after a day of hiking, and too tired to go out to dinner, I called for a pizza from my hotel room in Costa Rica. Thanks to what I’d learned from Warren Hardy, I was able to understand the price, give the street address of the hotel, and leave my phone number… a real feeling of accomplishment for a novice Spanish speaker at the time."
Tens of thousand of students over the last many years—mature adults like you — have been won over by the "Warren Hardy Way." Including me and my husband (and fellow International Livingeditor), Dan Prescher.
We studied with Warren when we lived in San Miguel de Allende some years back. As I said, we tried other language courses. But they didn’t take. Or we didn’t take to them…
Our breakthrough moment came during our very first session with him. Finally, we were on our way… on an easy path to really being able to communicate in Spanish.
And now you can do the same… and without traveling to San Miguel. Without setting foot in a classroom…
Together with Warren Hardy (who’s done the lion’s share, I’ll admit), International Living is offering… the ultimate Spanish language learning experience.
It’s called: Warren Hardy Spanish: Webtutor.
More than a classroom situation, more than a learning situation, it’s the ultimate experience that will have you speaking Spanish after your very first 20-minute session. Guaranteed.
Best of all, you work at your own pace and from your own location. This is a virtual experience at its very best.
To develop this "virtual classroom" Warren Hardy has spent many, many months in the studio, creating top-quality videos of his introductory Spanish sessions. There are 41 videos in all—most of which are approximately 20 minutes long. Just long enough to teach you something new with each video, but not so long that it eats into your day. Watch them while dinner is in the oven or during lunch if you want to.
There’s an introductory session, of course, so you can meet Warren and learn more about how this experience works. And there’s that all-important session on Social Protocol and common courtesies. (One of the most valuable 20 minutes you’ll spend if you’re thinking of traveling or living in the Spanish-speaking world.)
Take it From Me…
Warren is one of the most genuinely friendly and charismatic people you’ll ever meet. His pleasant disposition is one of the reasons he’s such a good teacher. He makes everything fun. And that’s the easiest and best way to learn.
There are sessions to quickly get you up-to-speed expressing your all-important needs and wants. And sessions on how to turn the statements into questions. (Easy enough, it’s all about word order and, mostly, inflection.) And there are review sessions to ensure that you don’t forget a thing…
All along the way, Warren will be sharing his memory tips and tricks and working with you on pronunciation.
But don’t worry, these aren’t any tediously boring videos with a teacher droning in monotone at the front of the room. ("Bueller… Bueller… Ferris Bueller…." )
No, quite the opposite. Up close and personal, you’ll experience the engaging and enthusiastic Warren Hardy himself.
It really is the next best thing to being in the room with Warren. He reinforces every word, every phrase, every nuance… He employs short easy-to-read graphics to help you visualize exactly what he’s saying. (Remember how we baby boomers were taught to read in the first place?)
And he makes sure you understand—makes sure you really get it—before he moves on. So you never have to worry about falling behind, as you might in a real classroom setting. If you want to review any segment of any session, you can—just hit rewind and watch it again.
Welcome to Warren’s World
➢ In Warren’s World, there are no mistakes.
And Success is Guaranteed!
These videos are interactive in a sense, too. Warren wants to make sure you’re comfortable with the pronunciations (remember how important that is) so he takes you through several "repeat after me" exercises.
In a classroom setting, this is sometimes the most intimidating aspect of learning a language. No one wants to look (or sound) foolish. But in this case, it’s just you and Warren in the room.
Most importantly, Warren makes learning fun. Like I said, he has a warm, approachable way about him. And that comes across loud and clear.
And yes, there will be some homework involved. Again, that’s how we Boomers learn. But, like everything else in this package, it will be fun and easy. And there’s no pressure. If you don’t have time to get it done, don’t worry.
With Warren Hardy Spanish: Webtutor, you’re on your own timetable. Go at your own pace…. I think you’ll enjoy it so much, you’ll want to play one session after the other. But you can start and stop, take a break, play and repeat at your leisure.
And because the entire package is delivered to you online, you can enjoy the entire experience in your own home, office, or even on the road…. You can access it from your desktop, laptop, tablet, or mobile device any time and any place you want.
Reserve Your Place Today.
Sure, there are other Spanish-language learning programs out there. But none, I daresay, are as fun, fast, efficient, and effective as Warren Hardy Spanish: Webtutor.
It’s specifically designed for baby boomers.
Plus… there's lots more that comes with it…
Special Bonus #1: Warren Hardy Spanish: Webtutor "Playbook"
Take a look today at Warren Hardy Spanish: Webtutor , and you'll also receive as part of the program a special 150-page Playbook. (I refuse to call it a "workbook." It’s just too much fun.)
It’s chock-full of fun examples and exercises that will help pull back the curtains and soak up even more. I’ve had mine for more than eight years now, and I still travel with it... kind of like a book of crossword puzzles or Sudoku.
And because your Warren Hardy Spanish: Webtutor will be delivered in PDF format, it will be even easier for you to access and
"play" with. Just like the videos themselves, you can enjoy it on your desktop computer, your laptop, your tablet, or any mobile device. Or print it out and slide it into your carry-on.
Not only that, but when you act on this special offer and request your copy of Warren Hardy Spanish: Webtutor, we'll also give you something else…
Special Bonus #2: A set of special "Don Juan de Boca" videos made especially for you.
Who is Don Juan de Boca? Ah, just wait ‘til you meet him!
He’s sort of like Warren Hardy’s alter ego… not that he needs one. Warren’s the nicest, most personable guy you’d ever want to meet. But Don Juan de Boca is the guy you can’t take your eyes (or ears) off at the next table in the restaurant or bar…
He’s the guy you want to hang out with at the beach or maybe sip some tequila with… You never know what he’ll say or do, but you know for sure it will be entertaining!
Don Juan de Boca’s antics and witticisms will not only leave you with a smile, but they’ll leave you with a bit of wisdom and insight about Spanish you didn’t have before.
Slang and Street Talk: Where would we be without our little words and turns-of-phrases that make communicating fun? For instance, in English, we might say "What’s up?" And in Spanish, they might ask "¿Qué pedo?" or "¿Qué tal?" But what does it mean if someone in Mexico offers you "el pilón" or in Ecuador, "la yapa" ? What does "pinche" mean? I certainly can’t tell you here… but Don Juan de Boca can—and he will!
Colloquialisms: There are phrases that make languages so much more colorful. For instance, I might mention "hair of the dog" and you’ll know exactly what I mean. But it’ll leave a non-native English speaker scratching his head. Don Juan de Boca has a few colorful Spanish phrases like this to share. Use them and instantly endear yourself to your new Spanish-speaking friends.
Silly situations: Want to make someone laugh?
Tense times: Want to diffuse a tense situation?
Don Juan de Boca will teach you how to make jokes, lighten the mood, and fit right in with your new Latino friends.
Imagine their surprise when they ask "¿Cómo andas?" and you answer with a cool "Todo azul."
These special videos will give you the inside scoop on what people are reallysaying… or what they really mean….
Some of it’s pure silliness, for sure, but it’s also useful insight that'll give you an instant leg up. (There’s a colloquialism for you…)
Along with your 41 20-minute videos,
you’ll also gain access to
Warren Hardy Spanish: Webtutor online games.
Along with the 41 videos (almost 12 hours of polished "infotainment"), the 150-page Playbook and your special Don Juan de Boca videos, we’ll give you access to a special series of online games, created just for you.
These fun little exercises go hand-in-hand with your videos and your Playbook. So watch any video, mark your answers in your Playbook and then double-check yourself (and practice your pronunciation) with the online games.
There are more than 44 fun games in all—and each one can be played two ways… from English to Spanish or from Spanish to English. So that’s 88 entertaining ways to reinforce your progress.
Like the rest of the program, you can play with the videos at your own pace… anywhere, any time, and as often as you like.
Warren Hardy Spanish: Webtutor is one of International Living’s most popular products…
Just ask the thousands of your fellow International Living readers who have already finessed their Spanish skills with Warren’s help. They’ll tell you how easy it is to quickly start speaking (and understanding) Spanish…
By the way, do you know how many Spanish-speaking countries there are in the world? 21!
Imagine being able to communicate in all those countries and more. How many Spanish speakers are there in the U.S. these days? 45 million. There are more Spanish speakers in the U.S. than there are speakers of Chinese, French, German, Italian, Hawaiian, and the Native American languages combined!
And in Canada, estimates are that there are almost one million native Spanish speakers.
Experts say there half a billion Spanish speakers in the world today. Wouldn’t it be great if you could communicate…. have a basic conversation… with even just a handful of them?
Imagine how much richer your travel experiences will be….
And if you decide to put down roots in a Spanish-speaking country, think how far ahead of the curve you’ll be… just by virtue of being able to express your needs and wants. You’ll instantly reduce your frustration levels and quickly ease your way into your new community and way of life.
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Learning Spanish Can Even Make You Smarter!
According to the New York Times: "Speaking two languages rather than just one has obvious practical benefits in an increasingly globalized world. But in recent years, scientists have begun to show that the advantages of bilingualism are even more fundamental than being able to converse with a wider range of people. Being bilingual, it turns out, makes you smarter. It can have a profound effect on your brain, improving cognitive skills not related to language and even shielding against dementia in old age."
As I’ve said, Warren Hardy Spanish: Webtutor is a project that’s constantly being updated. I’m certain you'll be impressed with not only its depth, but its ability to quickly get you up-to-speed and speaking a natural, fluid Spanish.
Sure, there are other Spanish programs out there. But none that have been expressly designed and created for people like you and me. Nothing else like it exists. I know… we've looked! (And that's exactly why we created this perfect solution.)
I'm so sure it will absolutely impress, delight and inspire you, that you can have your money back if it doesn't do exactly that. So just take a look. There's no risk to you.
Warren Hardy guarantees your success and so do we.
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In just the first 20-minute session, you’ll learn 12 valuable phrases or sentences that you will not forget. (Warren gives you the memory cues to plant these firmly in place in your brain, no matter how old, how full, or how over-worked.)
In no time, you’ll be speaking Spanish and on your way to making your dreams of travel or relocation to the Spanish-speaking world come true.
But if you feel the promises I’ve made aren’t fulfilled, simply ask for a full refund within 30 days and you'll get your money back. No questions asked.
There's absolutely no downside to trying it out. And the upside hands you one of the best, easiest, most fulfilling ways to experience travel or life overseas.
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Okay, I’ve prattled on long enough. But I’m so excited about Warren Hardy Spanish: Webtutor that I don’t want you to miss out on this opportunity.
I think you’ll be excited, too, once you see how absolutely easy—and instantly effective—this system is.
It's completely flexible—you work at your own pace and on your own schedule… whenever… and wherever you happen to be. Once you’ve spent just a little bit of time with Warren Hardy, you’ll be well on your way to boosting your own confidence levels.
You’ll also be well on your way to a more rewarding, exciting, and pleasurable journey in Latin America or any Spanish-speaking country in the world. I guarantee it.
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P.S. I hate to tell tales, but my colleague Edd Staton made a heck of a language gaffe on his home turf in Cuenca. "My lowest moment came when I attempted to request a shopping bag," he says, "and instead I somehow asked the two female employees if they were prostitutes. Thank goodness they both had a sense of humor."
But what if they hadn’t? Here’s Edd’s advice: "Absolutely work on your foreign language skills before moving abroad if you possibly can. That kind of groundwork will help you no end when it comes time for you to step into your new country. And of course, when you’ve got the language skills, your transition to a new culture will be immeasurably easier…and more enjoyable."
He’s right, of course. And not only that… One of the great things about learning another language—even if it’s just the basics—is how much it enriches your travel experiences. And should you decide to live in Latin America, you really can’t do without being able to speak at least a bit of the language.
Not long ago, on a trip to Loja, in southern Ecuador, for example, I didn’t encounter any other English speakers besides one nice young man in my hotel. I spent a week in Loja, by myself, and I was so very thankful I was able to communicate in Spanish with everyone I met… waiters, taxi drivers, shopkeepers…
I met with local businesspeople and tourism officials… I stopped and chatted with people in the parks and museums… and my Spanish may not have been perfect, but they understood everything I said. I had one of the best trips of my life, and I have Warren Hardy to thank for that!
And remember, there’s no risk to you. If you decide Warren Hardy Spanish: Webtutor isn’t for you, just ask for a refund within 30 days. You'll get your money back, no questions asked. No muss, no fuss.
Praise from Warren Hardy’s students:
"This Spanish course makes logic out of Spanish, takes the heaviness out. The energy level is always high and the attention to detail is excellent. I feel as if Warren really wants us to learn Spanish and that motivates me."
"Very well focused, well-organized, definitely the learn Spanish fast track. Encourages conversational Spanish straight away. I learned more than I thought probable."
Terry Holden, Victoria, Canada
"This was excellent. In other Spanish classes I did not learn to pronounce words clearly and became confused. Here I was able to learn Spanish and to form sentences and actually express my thoughts."
"This is an ingenious learning concept based on common usage. It has all things necessary to learn Spanish. I’ve had many Spanish classes and this one is almost irreplaceable."
Ed Furgeson, Littleton, Colorado
"The Spanish course was artfully "layered," starting with a good foundation of Spanish verbs plus minimal vocabulary and then repeating and adding a bit at a time. I never felt overwhelmed, new information came at the right speed, and in the right order. It was smooth and easy. My progress was stunning."
Inge Christensen, Vancouver, Canada
"This Spanish course teaches through "play" — which is the only way that works for my ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) brain. Breaking up the Spanish class with various activities, none of them too long, allows me to focus on each activity without spacing out. Beginning with Spanish verbs and speaking rather than long lists of words to memorize is a much more effective method of learning by doing."
"It gives a formula for putting together sentences simply and easily. It gets you to a functioning level really fast. The best Spanish course ever."
Jim Wickens, Windsor, Ontario, Canada
"Warren has taught this Spanish class for a number of years yet he approaches each one as if it were his first. His enthusiasm for the subject, organization, energy and sense of humor make it a fun Spanish class. He genuinely wants his students to get Spanish, and does everything to make that happen. This is not just the best Spanish class, but the best class I have ever taken."
Pamela De Martini, Washington, D.C.