Spanish is is a widely spoken language, both in terms of the number of speakers and the number of countries in which it is the dominant language. Besides being spoken in Spain, it is the official language of Mexico, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, and Puerto Rico, of all the Central American countries except Belize, and of all of the South American countries except Brazil, Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana. In the United States there are now more than 25 million speakers of Spanish, living mainly in California, Arizona, Texas, Florida, and New York, but also in many other states. In total, there are more than four hundred million Spanish speakers worldwide, making Spanish the third largest language after Chinese and English.
The Spanish classes offered by Berlitz incorporate all of our proven language learning tactics into the curriculum. This includes the Berlitz Method, which focuses on immersive language learning that is based on applicable language skills. Our Spanish lessons are designed to help you feel comfortable speaking, writing and listening to Spanish in real-world settings.
Berlitz Spanish classes are offered in a variety of different settings, ranging from group classes to private, one-on-one lessons.
Find the perfect Spanish lessons for you
Online English lessons
Our online courses offer you the opportunity to decide where and when you want to learn Spanish. Regardless of whether you want to learn completely independently or with the support of one of our language instructors: You can decide for yourself which learning method suits you best.
In-person Spanish lessons
These Spanish courses are offered face-to-face with a native level instructor at our language school in Hong Kong.
How to learn Spanish
Find out about the different Spanish classes we offer.
Contact us! Together we will find out at what level you currently speak Spanish and which program best suits your requirements.
Register for your chosen Spanish program and talk to your instructor about your language goals.
Practice regularly, especially speaking.
Receive constant feedback so that you can continuously improve.