We are a virtual Spanish School that offers English courses on Skype – we also have FREE lessons too!

If you prefer on-site lessons, we meet up everyday in Dalston, Stoke Newington and Liverpool Street, drop a line asking for hour timetable.

Here are few reviews from our students:

“ As a teacher myself – Azahara is a great teacher, able to tailor the lesson to the needs of each individual in it. She also has a wealth of great ideas and suggestions for study outside the group/homework in order to improve between sessions and will give detailed feedback on progress and what to work on next! ”

Robert on Oct 22, 2015.

“ Azahara’s conversation group is perfectly pitched to help you gain confidence and improve your spoken Spanish. She takes time to help you with any specfic problems on grammar or vocabulary, yet somehow manages to maintain a free flowing conversation covering any number of topics, so it’s not a “lesson”, it’s communication. More than that, after the meet-up she forwarded a number of links to Spanish sites of interest to help with listening skills and vocabulary. This is a seriously good group. ”

John Smith on Mar 12, 2015.

“ If you want to be tutored in spanish by someone who challenges you then look no further than Azahara. There is only one way to learn another language and that is to speak that langauage. In this class that is all you do – speak spanish. It is impossible not to improve your spanish in Azahara’s class! Look no further than here if you want to learn more than just a few key phrases and conjugations. This is where you will actually learn to speak! ”

Jack Lerman on Jan 13, 2015.



This group is for students of Spanish with different levels of Spanish Language knowledge. Everybody benefits from everyone. We have classes of different levels during the weeks so please chose the one that suits you the best. In December we will start Spanish Courses for beginners, advance and intensive language course. Find more information in my web.


Tutor lead conversations, we meet and we talk about different subjects during the meetups in order to use as much and vary vocabulary as possible. The tutor takes note of the mistakes that each of you do during the meetups and of the new vocabulary we use each meetup. The last 10 minutes of the meetup the tutor do a summing up of the things that each of you should strengthen and point your improvements. The tutor adapts each meetup to you so none is similar to another one. The same day of the meetup (late in the evening) all of you that came to the meetup receives a mail from the tutor with links to subjects have been discussed in the meetup in Spanish for you to read and get new vocabulary, the tutor details the mistakes you had and you should improve, the tutor writes a list of the new vocabulary that have been used in the meetup, the tutor gives students a list of colloquial word and phrases in Spanish (around 15 of them) which students will learn only living in Spain but not in the books, and the tutor suggests some homework to do at home in order to improve whatever students need (grammar, listening, speaking…) to improve. Homework are not mandatory to do but students certainly benefit doing it.
• Tutor and students meet and talk about different subjects (more vocabulary).

• Tutor takes note of mistakes and new vocabulary used.

• Tutor does sum up the last 10 minutes of the meetup.

• Tutor solves questions regarding grammar.

• Same day of meetup students receive a mail which:

• Links to subjects that have been discussed in meetup in Spanish

• List of new vocabulary

• Students’ mistakes

• List of colloquial words and phrases (around 15, sometimes even more)

• Tutor suggests homework to do at home


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