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Spanish classes in Prescott

Take Spanish classes near Prescott with an online teacher. All our classes are live and synchronous.

Unlimited, grammar-intensive live classes
FREE for the first 15 days
$99/month after that
Cancel any time with two clicks
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How it works

1. Find a class that works for you and enroll. You can book more classes now or later.
2. Follow the instructions to join the video conference room on the day of your class.

Reviews from our students

Mae
star 5.0
2019-04-03
I learnt so much in such a quick time here. I had previously done another course with a different school and I didn’t enjoy it & barely learnt anything useful, but this was great. All my Spanish speaking friends have even said how well I’m doing here
Marie
star 5.0
2019-04-03
Im now able to communicate and understand some spanish. And this is just beginners level. When my schedule permits i would take the next level with the same teacher. I really enjoyed the class! I Highly recommend!
Kara Jackson
star 5.0
2019-04-01
Wonderful book, great pacing
Allison May
star 5.0
2019-04-01
The curriculum is brilliantly crafted. It makes it possible to begin speaking from the very beginning.
Sierra Cheatham
star 5.0
2019-03-27
This course was fantastic! There was the perfect amount of new information covered each week, and the thematic structure of the new vocabulary was a great way to learn and really solidify everything.
Teun Deuling
star 4.0
2019-03-27
Good, well-structured class with enthusiastic teacher.

FAQ

Between 4 and 10, usually.
Most students at Berges are between 25 and 70 years old, although we have many students who are younger or older than that.
Nope, we speak mostly in English in Levels 1 and 2, and then progressively add more and more Spanish. Conversation classes are 100% in Spanish.
Yes! All our classes are via Zoom. The system will email you the link every time you book a class.

Berges in the press