Europeans spend an average of 15,000 euros on Spanish classes over a lifetime
Europeans spend an average of 15,000 euros on Spanish classes throughout their lives. And the result...
...is that after more than 10 years, they still can't understand without subtitles or speak fluently. Why does this happen?
Is there an alternative?
Throughout their Spanish study life – between 10 and 15 years – an European spends around 15,000 euros on language schools, private lessons, or stays abroad.
And the result is always the same: understanding and speaking are very limited, with endless difficulties to express themselves in Spanish. Europeans invest time, money, and effort in learning, and in the end, they cannot express themselves in Spanish.
The question is why does this happen?
The answer is simple: the traditional system does not work. Learning a language does not require effort, but method.