Is Convo a good program?
I never did it alone, but I asked a question here (in response) to learn the language quickly. And language interviews are recommended. The good thing about this show (from which I've heard) is that you speak the language. What is the best way to learn a language and really the only way.
I actually had a cheap group voucher so I tried it for 10 euros. I regularly signed up for just 10 more hours and it's still cheap. You can tell your tutor what you want to focus on and he will adjust your lesson accordingly. I especially want to communicate, but of course you can't learn a language without a lot of work, can you? I mean, verb ... Anyway, I'm happier to continue. My tutor is a very good teacher with a lot of resources and the best English words when I can't express myself in Spanish. Find a time in your calendar and schedule it, they just want a 24 hour cancellation notice that's appropriate. There's a group (Portland) going on right now, so grab it and oh yeah, face to face class with Spy. Highly recommended
I've tried free introductory tutorials, but I haven't taken any lessons yet. I intend to do something else as the Spanish II exams approach. He was a good tutor and he knew what he was doing. Unlike other online tutors I have met, they are reliable and secure, have a great website, and are licensed educational companies. I will add more comments after taking more lessons.
The book we use is called Joy of the Sign, but you can also visit your local bookstore or order it from your local community college. Once you understand this, it is better to volunteer in a special education preschool, they will learn too, and the teachers will be more helpful and helpful to you. Well you are a great man.