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It provides a structured learning plan, forces you to speak throughout, provides lots of opportunities to review, and doesn’t shy away from the grammar.
There are three levels of Rocket Spanish.
Each level contains 6-8 modules.
In each module, there are 3 types of lessons – interactive audio lessons, language and culture lessons, and the survival kit lessons.
Typically, you’ll find between 4-6 interactive audio lessons, 4-6 language and culture lessons, and 2 survival kit lessons within each module.
In total, there are over 200 lessons split between the three levels of Rocket Spanish.
While these lessons won’t be enough to get you to fluency, you could likely reach a solid intermediate level. Of course, using Rocket Spanish in conjunction with some other tools would help you progress even faster.
Interactive Audio Lessons
The first lessons you’ll find are the interactive audio lessons which typically last between 20-30 minutes.
They generally start out with a quick review of the previous lesson and then tell you a little more about what will be included in this lesson. The hosts will have a short conversation in Spanish which will then be discussed throughout the audio lesson.
The lessons are interactive in the sense that you’re meant to speak throughout. If you don’t speak out loud, you won’t get as much out of the courses.
They focus on conversational language but there’s also a fair amount of grammar and explanations of various aspects of the Spanish language.
At the beginner level, there are two hosts. One usually speaks English and the other speaks entirely in Spanish. At levels 2 and 3, there were three hosts, two of which speak entirely in Spanish.
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