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Spanish classes in Thousand Oaks

Take Spanish classes near Thousand Oaks 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
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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

Anonymous
star 5.0
2020-01-16
I like how the instructor comes up with fun and interactive ways for us to learn. It doesn’t seem to be directly from the book - much more innovative and interesting.
Leslie
star 5.0
2020-01-15
This method of teaching Spanish makes Spanish easy.
Josh Hamperian
star 5.0
2020-01-14
The class was well structured and easy for an adult learner to feel comfortable in. It was challenging, but I never felt over my head and I can't wait to continue learning.
Anonymous
star 4.0
2020-01-13
I learned a lot in this course. The instructor was very good at helping students to learn. She was slow when she needed to be, patient when required, and knew when to make things more difficult. She is an amazing instructor.
Jeremy Geiger
star 5.0
2019-12-30
The class helped me understand spanish more and I have a better understanding
Mona
star 5.0
2019-12-28
The course was great. Silvana is a great instructor. My understanding of Spanish is so much better than when I started the class. Thank you Silvana!!

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.

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