Comprende Magazine is a new way to teach yourself Spanish- a free digital self-immersion experience, no suitcase or airfare required.
We've designed the whole program to be mobile-savvy and easy to absorb - so you can learn Spanish in little bits here and there- like while you're waiting in line for coffee or taking a poo.
Whether you're trying to retain the Spanish you already know or starting from scratch- we've got you covered!
We’re still gearing up for launch- but sign up for our newsletter and we’ll email you when we’re ready to rock!
What’s with all the pineapples?
Sometimes the perfect photo is hard to find, but pineapples are always a welcome surprise. You’ll find lots more of them here: https://pineapplesupply.co
What Spanish dialect are you teaching?
Good question! The short answer is Latin American Spanish with an emphasis on Mexico- but we’ll also be developing country-specific travel and vocab guides as well as songs lyrics, adorable puppy videos, entertaining commercials, and amusing memes from all over the Spanish-speaking world.
What’s the scientific basis for your teaching method?
We could talk your ear off about this. If this question interested you check out Stewart Brown’s book “Play: How It Shapes the Brain, Opens the Imagination, and Invigorates the Soul” it’s one of our favorite books on leveraging passion-points, entertainment, and creative play to improve learning acquisition. We're also huge fans of the Michel Thomas Method as well as experiential and immersion-based language learning.
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Let's talk- drop us a line below!
Are you hiring?
We’re always on the look-out for rad freelance Spanish teachers, translators, and professors who, first and foremost, have a stellar sense of humor, are grown up professionals managed by commitment, and have extensive experience with Latin American Spanish.
Drop Us a Line
We're still gearing up for launch (and we're pretty stoked about it) but if you'd like to get involved or share an idea just shoot us a missive- we're always glad for feedback: