A One Step Guide to Being Awesome: Learn to Speak Spanish — By Franky “the Polyglot Seahorse”

LEARN SPANISH @ Kasa de Franko 

If you’ve been thinking about learning how to speak Spanish, you’re not alone.

Spanish lessons, classes and online tutorials are exploding in popularity – and according to a recent study, Spanish is the second largest language in the United States with over 33 million people who can speak the language.

In addition to that, there are over 400 million people worldwide who can speak Spanish.

OK, enough with the boring facts, you get it – Spanish is an important thing to learn. Since you’re reading this article, you’re probably considering jumping into the deep end of the pool and hoping to master the Spanish language. Well buckle up, hombre – I’m going to make it an easy decision.


Hola, me llamo Franky

I’ll sum it up by saying this: I’m a polyglot. If you don’t know what that is, it may sound like some sort of weird sea creature that lives at the bottom of the ocean. While that would be awesome, to be some sort of weirdo seahorse thing, that’s not what it means. It means I can speak six languages. I bet you don’t know a seahorse who can do that. If you do, call me ASAP – we’ll be rich!

Out of the six languages I speak fluently, Spanish is by far the most requested by my students, and it’s the one I have the most fun teaching.

I can teach Spanish to students of all levels. Maybe you’ve learned a little and want to go the distance, or maybe you’re like that seahorse who has almost mastered the language but needs just a little bit more polish on the nuances. I can do that.

Usually, the internet is filled with articles like “14 Great Ways to do Blah Blah Blah” and “9 Times You Should Have Whatever Whatever Whatever.”


I’m not going to bore you with that. So here’s my one tip: you’ll love learning the Spanish language with me, because I love teaching it. It’s not a stuffy online, pre-packaged course that will leave you lost, confused and bored. It’s me, having fun, with you, teaching an awesome, easy to learn language.

PS: I was joking about the seahorse. Unless you know one, then definitely call me!

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