Meet the Spanish Instructors

Spanish Lessons and Study Plans

We Offer very effective Study Plans for Spanish Language Learning

Casa Sosa

Spanish School in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala offers a diverse range of programs. You can choose from among our options, or create a personalized program according to your own specifications.

Half of the time is used to learn new Spanish vocabulary and for intensive Spanish grammar.

The other half is used for activities which help to practice what you have learned during the class. Depending on your spanish level your teacher will design special programs for your needs and interests.

Our Spanish Classes...

...Begin on the day of the week that YOU choose, Monday through Sunday. You decide how many hours to study the Spanish language; options range from 4to 5 hours daily.

Spanish ClassesEach student remains with his or her own Spanish teacher for one week and then has the option of rotating to another teacher.

This change provides the student with an exposure to different accents and manners of speaking Spanish.

However, if you prefer to keep your original Spanish teacher, you may continue studying with that teacher.

If you study for more than 4 hours per day at Casa Sosa Spanish School, you have the option of having a different teacher in the morning and afternoon.

Do you Need a special vocabulary?

At Casa Sosa Spanish School in Quetzaltenango Guatemala one of our specialties is developing new Spanish vocabulary according to your needs.

During every spanish lesson the teacher notes any errors you make and at the end of each class, the teacher reviews these errors with you until you have no more concerns.

If you wish, you can take an optional weekly exam which covers all the errors made and all of the grammar studied that week.

This is done to measure your Spanish progress. Casa Sosa Spanish School

Participatory Spanish activities include word games, group conversation, and group or partner games of "Teacher and Student vs. Teacher and Student" or "Teacher vs. Student."

Other options include:

  • Oral and written exercises.
  • Group conversation and discussion to listen to other voices, pronunciation, and to practice Speaking Spanish.
  • Spanish-language music to help the student improve comprehension and pronunciation skills.

As an optional activity the students prepare a topic (political, social, religious or cultural) with the help of their teachers and then present it in Spanish to other students and teachers.

Talks about the history, culture and traditions in Quetzaltenango Guatemala.

Our Teachers

We carefully select our certified teachers from a broad range of talents for their energy, capability, and years of experience in helping students from all over the world achieve their goals.

These teachers have received training in techniques with proven results that accelerate the learning process. The teachers practice speaking Spanish with the students and are totally dedicated to helping them improve fluency and confidence at the moment of speaking.