Baselang Day 6

None of my favorite teachers were available today on Baselang. Coincidence? Maybe. Maybe not. Either way, it meant that I had the opportunity to schedule lessons with other teachers on the site and explore more of it than I had before.

Lesson 20: 10am-10:30am with Andrea
I decided to start the day off with some conversational practice as I had other plans for the other teachers I was going to speak to. She was really good at asking me questions to prompt me to further explain myself, and the part that I loved the most was that she talked to me about her life as well which meant I got listening practice as well. At this point it is possible that my speaking is better than my hearing.

Lesson 21: 10:30am – 11am with Arianna
I have had fantastic experiences with almost every single teacher I have met on Baselang and this was one of them. She was able to explain the grammar concepts to me with examples so that I am able to truly understand them. It feels like finding a light at the end of a long and dark tunnel of Spanish tenses. I will definitely take lessons with her again.

Lesson 22: 11am-12pm with Mayerlin
She was one of the teachers I genuinely enjoyed speaking to. She was really interesting, always had questions to ask and opinions to add about everything. We spent about 55 minutes just speaking in Spanish and I was able to assess my own level and my own understanding of the language which I have not been able to do extremely well with half an hour lesson. She is another teacher I would love to book lessons with.

Day 6 Conclusion:
I am so incredibly happy that I had decided to try out other teachers because they have all been amazing! I have found more teachers I would like to book lessons with and I would not have been able to discover these gems had I stuck to what I knew.

I love the mix of academic and casual approaches to the language that allows me to get the best of both worlds. Baselang is the best way to immerse yourself in a Spanish speaking environment without having to travel all the way to another country.

*This post contains affiliate links. I am not being paid by Baselang to promote their services. All of the information I have shared are my experiences and genuine opinion. However, should you use my link to try Baselang and become a paying customer, I will get one month of free lessons.

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