We’re Now Creating Spanish Lessons for Intermediate / Advanced Students

Over the last few years, we’ve received numerous requests to create Spanish lessons for intermediate/advanced students that are similar to the video lessons in our basic course.

Well, it took awhile but we finally got around to it. We’ve already created two lessons for intermediate students and we plan on adding several more in the near future.

The lessons will follow the video format of the basic course; however, they won’t be designed to be viewed in any specific order. The reason is that once a student has reached at least the intermediate level, the tendency is to look for lessons that fill specific gaps in their knowledge. In other words, learning becomes more a la carte.

The intermediate lessons on the site were created with those students in mind. They’re short, concise and all address aspects of the Spanish language that intermediate, and even some advanced students, typically have trouble with.

Here are two lessons from the intermediate section:

You can find all of the Spanish lessons on our main Spanish page along with accompanying exercises:

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Let’s Wrap This Up

Since we stay pretty busy traveling, living life to the fullest and sipping Margaritas on Mexican beaches, we’re not sure how often we’ll be adding new lessons to the intermediate/advances section. However, we do plan to make it a priority until we get at least 10 lessons posted.

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About the Author

Qroo Paul
Paul Kurtzweil (Q-Roo Paul) was a deputy sheriff in Florida for 25 years before retiring at the rank of lieutenant in 2015. He and his wife moved to Mexico looking to maximize their retirement income. They later started a blog called Two Expats Mexico (qroo.us) to share their experiences, as well as information about the logistical and legal aspects of retiring south of the border.

21 Comments on "We’re Now Creating Spanish Lessons for Intermediate / Advanced Students"

  1. alice hesselrode | February 15, 2019 at 4:24 pm |

    Thank you.

  2. That is so nice that you guys do that for free! Thank you!

  3. If there is anything I could help with, I would be very happy to assist. Right now, I work as an school psychologist on the west Coast of Florida with spanish-speaking students from all over including much of Mexico. I went to the University in Puebla. I now do a lot of translating and interpreting in my job working with monolingual or limited Spanish-speaking professionals. I have learned many of the nuances and idioms from the different countries because of working with such a vast variety of Spanish-speaking students and families. I read, write, and speak it fluently.

    • Hi Kim. Thanks for the offer to assist, but I’m not sure what you could do. If you have any suggestions, feel free to send them to us via the contact for on the site.

      Take care. 🙂

  4. Ruthie Morck | February 15, 2019 at 4:50 pm |

    So glad to hear that you are doing that!!!! You guys are great!

  5. Thanks Paul & Linda…Your Awesome !
    Thank you for ALL your help !

  6. Christine B. | February 15, 2019 at 5:36 pm |

    Wow, good for us.Thank you

  7. Wow Paul and Linda,
    It’s it such a service you provide for the benefit of so many. Really, thank you. You guys have made being in Mexico so much easier.

  8. Great mini-class Paul! I have lived in Cancun for over 6 years (retired from LASD) and speak, what I consider, good intermediate Spanish. But these phases were excellent and not something I have used. Looking forward to your next class! Thanks again!

  9. Thank you for taking time away from those tasty margaritas and beautiful beaches to add to your blog as often as you do !! Your efforts are very much appreciated:)

  10. Huguette Van Sickle | February 15, 2019 at 8:13 pm |

    Fantastico. Mil gracias amigos. Que Dios les bendiga

  11. Good job! I appreciate it.

  12. Man in the Middle | February 16, 2019 at 2:13 am |

    Thanks much once again. One suggestion: list the sentences after the video, for further study to better understand the concept being taught, as you did with the beginner lessons. I keep a Notes file of everything I’ve learned from all those lessons, despite already knowing a lot of Spanish and practicing it daily on Duolingo (hit 500 crowns today.)

    • Are you talking about the exercise section? I suppose I could add that.

      Congrats on 500 crowns 🙂

  13. Keep them coming. Your lessons are the best!

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