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Visit in Spanish | English to Spanish Translation

la visita

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visit(

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A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).

noun

1. (temporary stay)

a. la visita

(f) means that a noun is feminine. Spanish nouns have a gender, which is either feminine (like la mujer or la luna) or masculine (like el hombre or el sol).

(F)

We stayed there on our first visit to the city.Nos alojamos allí la primera vez que visitamos la ciudad.

2. (act of going to see a person or place)

a. la visita

(f) means that a noun is feminine. Spanish nouns have a gender, which is either feminine (like la mujer or la luna) or masculine (like el hombre or el sol).

(F)

I had a visit from your son last week.Tu hijo me hizo una visita la semana pasada.

3. (chat)

Regionalism used in the United States

(United States)

a. la charla

(f) means that a noun is feminine. Spanish nouns have a gender, which is either feminine (like la mujer or la luna) or masculine (like el hombre or el sol).

(F)

I enjoyed the visits we used to have.Me gustaban las charlas que teníamos antes.

A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).

transitive verb

4. (to go to see)

a. visitar (a person or place)

You should visit the Museum of Modern Art while you’re in New York.Deberías visitar el Museo de Arte Moderno cuando estés en Nueva York.

b. ir a ver (a person)

I visited my grandfather in the hospital.Fui a ver a mi abuelo al hospital.

5.

A word or phrase restricted in usage to literature or established writing (e.g., sex, once upon a time).

(literary)

(to afflict)

a. abatir

He was visited with a strange sickness.Fue abatido por una extraña enfermedad.

6.

A word or phrase restricted in usage to literature or established writing (e. g., sex, once upon a time).

(literary)

(to inflict)

a. infligir

Our failings will be visited on future generations.Nuestros defectos se infligirán a las generaciones venideras.

An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).

intransitive verb

7. (to pay a visit)

a. venir de visita

When are you coming to visit?¿Cuándo vas a venir de visita?

b. hacer una visita

I’ve promised my friends in China I’d visit.Le prometí a mis amigos en China que les haría una visita.

8. (to talk socially)

Regionalism used in the United States

(United States)

a. charlar

Visit with me for a little longer. Charla conmigo un poco más.

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visit

A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).

Noun

1. (general)

a. la visita

(f) means that a noun is feminine. Spanish nouns have a gender, which is either feminine (like la mujer or la luna) or masculine (like el hombre or el sol).

(F)

to pay somebody a visithacer una visita a alguien

to be on a visitestar de visita

A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).

transitive verb

2. (general)

a. visitar

An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).

intransitive verb

3. (general)

a.

to be visitingestar de visita

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visit [ˈvɪzɪt]

noun

(gen) visita (f)

to go on or make a visit to [+person, place] ir de visita a; visitar a

to pay sb a visit pay a visit to sb hacer una visita or visitar a algn; pasar a ver a algn; especially (LAm)

on a private/an official visit de or en visita privada/oficial; he was taken ill on or during a visit to Amsterdam cayó enfermo durante una visita a Amsterdam; to return a visit devolver una visita; a visit to the lavatory or toilet una visita al servicio; una visita al señor Roca (informal)

he made several visits to the toilet during the night after the sixth visit to the loo …

transitive verb

1 (go and see) [+person] visitar; hacer una visita a; [+place] ir a; visitar

to visit the sick visitar a los enfermos; to visit a patient ir a ver a un paciente; visitar a un paciente; he never visits the doctor nunca va al médico; we’re hoping to visit Tarragona esperamos poder ir a or visitar Tarragona

we had hoped to visit Medinaceli while we were there

when we first visited the town la primera vez que fuimos a or visitamos la ciudad

2 (stay with) [+person] visitar; pasar un tiempo con; (stay in) [+town, area] visitar; pasar un tiempo en;

3 (inflict, afflict)

to visit a punishment on sb castigar a algn con algo; mandar un castigo a algn; they were visited with the plague sufrieron el azote de la peste; the sins of the fathers are visited on the children los hijos sufren los pecados de los padres

As the Bible says, the sins of the fathers are visited on the children

intransitive verb

1 (make a visit) hacer una visita; (make visits) hacer visitas

they always visit when they’re in town siempre nos hacen una visita cuando vienen a la ciudad; she has promised to visit next year ha prometido venir de visita el año que viene; to go visiting hacer visitas

Not too many musicians stay at the hotel anymore, although they do drop by to visit

2 (US)

to visit with sb (go and see) visitar a algn; (chat with) charlar con algn

Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011

Examples

Phrases

places to visit

lugares para visitar

I would like to visit

me gustaría visitar

I will visit

visitaré

I want to visit

quiero visitar

I would visit

visitaría

you should visit

deberías visitar

we will visit

visitaremos

iremos a ver a

you can visit

puedes visitar

come visit

ven a visitar

visit me

visítame

visitarme

visit us

visitarnos

I am going to visit

voy a visitar

I recommend that you visit

recomiendo que visites

visit family

visitar a la familia

visit a museum

visita un museo

visit my family

visitar mi familia

I used to visit my auntie

solía visitar a mi tía

What is your favorite place to visit?

¿Cuál es tu lugar favorito para visitar?

my brother is coming to visit me in July

mi hermano viene a visitarme en julio

visit our website

visita nuestro sitio web

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Conjugations

Participles

Present:

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Past:

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If you want to learn a second language, Spanish is a great choice. It sounds musical, is the second most spoken language in the world, and is considered to be easier for English speakers to learn compared to other languages.

For many, online Spanish courses are now a better option than traditional language schools because of their convenience, flexibility and price. In this article, we have compiled the best sites to learn Spanish in 2023.

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  • Preply : the best platform for private one-on-one lessons
  • Cervantes International School : good option for intensive studies
  • ProEspañol : great for natural learning methods
  • Spanish coffee break : best for short lessons
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Of course we are a little biased! But we have good reason to believe that Preply is a great option to learn Spanish. Preply is a platform for tutors teaching dozens of languages ​​online. You can filter the list of tutors to find your perfect Spanish tutor . You can choose the time of the classes, the native speakers, the type of Spanish you want to learn and, last but not least, the cost of the lessons. Lessons start at about $5 an hour and are private, so it’s far better than sitting in a classroom sharing a professor’s attention with a dozen other students.

Unlike many Spanish courses for beginners, the lessons on Preply are conversation-based. In our experience, even the most shy students feel comfortable talking over video with a friendly tutor. It is a psychologically safe place to start and therefore a quick way to get to the conversational level. Best of all, Preply doesn’t have a rigid curriculum. You and your tutor can decide which topics to focus on, how much homework to do, and how often to meet. Give it a try and you’ll be amazed at your success in learning Spanish.

2. Cervantes International School

Best for intensive classes. The site is available in Russian and Spanish

Attending this language school is considered prestigious. For some students, this is a real argument in favor of attending these courses: after all, this is another name to add to your resume. If it is important for you to learn Spanish from a well-known institution, but you want to study online, then you should consider Spanish distance learning courses at Cervantes Escuela International. The Cervantes International School is recognized as the prestigious, official Spanish educational institution dedicated to the promotion of the Spanish language.

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The best site for natural learning methods. Available in Russian

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The Spanish learning site ProEspañol is great for those who have time to make the most of their “unlimited lessons” offer: university students on vacation, people on a career break, or retirees. But students should be wary of the smorgasbord effect: that feeling of having more options than you need. If you’re not the kind of person who thrives under pressure and fear of missed opportunities, classes that focus on specific topics that are right for you may be more effective.

4. Coffee Break Spanish Coffee Break Spanish

Best for quick, short lessons. Available in English

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If you want to progress to a conversational level, you may need to supplement your lessons with interactive conversational practice. However, this Spanish course is worth the money and the podcast has a very loyal following.

5. News in Slow Spanish

The best site for audio lessons. Available in English

News in Slow Spanish is another podcast based course. It consists of exactly what the title says: audio recordings of world news in slow Spanish for intermediate learners. The site is great for those who are tired of working on sketchy programs that always start with the same topic.

Keeping up with the news in Spanish is easier than you think. Most likely, you know what topics are in the headlines right now, and you can listen to them and understand them. Moreover, if you get into the habit of listening to the news, it will fit perfectly into your daily routine! New podcasts are added almost every day, so you’ll always find something fresh.

In terms of price, a monthly subscription to the site costs $22.90. The first 7 days are free, so you can try out this method of learning Spanish before you part with your money. Again, there is no speaking practice in this case, and this will almost certainly prevent you from progressing to a conversational level. However, some polyglots swear that listening practice is the secret to learning new languages. If you’re patient but not the type to work with a textbook, this podcast-based course is a useful option.

We also recommend reading the article, where we have collected the best podcasts for learning Spanish.

6. Portal del Español

The best self-study site. Available in Russian, Spanish and English

Not sure whether to take Skype lessons or invest in an online course to work on yourself? The Portal del Español website is a great solution for those who need both. You can access self-guided Spanish learning materials, as well as take real-time lessons via video chat with online tutors. The second option is a good alternative to Spanish courses for beginners.

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7. Spanishdict YouTube channel

The best channel for YouTube lessons. Available in English

If you’ve ever taken an online course, you know that the term “online course” is often used as an abbreviation for “series of instructional videos”. With that in mind, there’s no reason why a YouTube channel can’t be as useful as a series of videos sold as an online course. Spanishdict on YouTube is a direct proof of this logic!

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Also, check out our article on the best Spanish videos on YouTube.

8. Coursera

The best option for specialized Spanish courses. They are available in multiple languages ​​

In the digital age, it is not necessary to physically attend a good university to qualify. Coursera is a learning platform with many online courses created by leading universities around the world, also known as MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses).

Take a Spanish course on Coursera and you’ll watch video lectures, complete assignments and quizzes. Prices vary, but you can “test” most courses for free, meaning you’ll only need to pay if you want to get feedback on your work from a professor or get an official qualification.

Another big benefit is that Coursera courses often specialize in specific areas. For example, there is a special course for learning medical Spanish, as well as a Spanish course for sports and travel. Of course, the lack of conversational practice may be holding you back, but if you want a prestigious and specialized qualification, then this is definitely a good option to learn Spanish.

9. AilMadrid

The best offer for group lessons. The site is available in Russian and 13 other languages ​​

Imagine that someone walked into a language school and said, “Let’s just move this whole thing online.” This is exactly what happened to AilMadrid, a language school in the Spanish capital, during the Covid-19 pandemic. They now offer 20 different online lessons per week, with intensive courses starting at €142. Courses are offered at every CEFR level and are based on video chat lessons, each 50 minutes long. There are options for intensive learning, but you can also learn Spanish more slowly, in smaller batches.

One of the main features that distinguishes AilMadrid is the emphasis on the social aspect of learning Spanish in the language school. You will be in a “virtual classroom” with 6-8 other students, you will have the opportunity to have private conversations and work in pairs and groups. There are also informal “extra-curricular activities” such as those at traditional language schools that include online museum tours and salsa lessons.

Adherence to “language school traditions” is a bit old-fashioned, but at least you know you’re following tried and tested methods. You can even make new friends!

10. Babbel

The best option for in-app practice. Available in English and 7 more languages ​​

Finally: an honorable mention for a famous language learning app. Babbel is often compared to Duolingo, but should be seen as a low-intensity Spanish course for beginners, not a game. You’ll work through 20-minute interactive “lessons” of grammar and vocabulary rules that are ideal for beginners without going into too much detail. There is also a flashcard section that allows you to quickly improve your vocabulary.

The great thing about this Spanish course is that you don’t have to work through it to open new sections. You can freely switch between themes. If you’re really stuck on the difference between direct and indirect object pronouns, you can repeat the lesson for as long as you need! If you want to go ahead and learn a few phrases in business Spanish, that’s no problem either.

Babbel is a relatively expensive language learning app, but relatively cheap when viewed as an online language course: 12.9$5 per month for 1 month; $8.95 per month for 3 months; $7.45 per month for 6 months; and $6.95 per month for a year.

Of course, to really master Spanish, you still need to practice speaking. However, if you already live in a Spanish-speaking country or work with a tutor or language exchange partner, Babbel can be an affordable way to reinforce your Spanish grammar and build on your basic vocabulary.

5 Reasons to Learn Spanish Online

Imagine having to wait while your professor rewinds a tape every time you want to hear Spanish out loud… that sounds wildly inefficient and limiting, doesn’t it? This is just one of the reasons why it is better to enjoy all the benefits of the digital age. Thanks to Spanish learning websites and online courses, you can now:

1. Study on your own schedule

The best way to improve your Spanish is to set a study schedule and stick to it for the long term. A successful study schedule has momentum, but it also fits comfortably into your lifestyle. Private lessons with a native Spanish speaker online are a great way to achieve this balance in learning.

The best online courses take enough time and energy to push you towards your language goals. However, unlike traditional face-to-face activities, they are not important enough to dominate your free time! Many online courses allow you to study at your own pace and offer a lot of flexibility. This means you’ll never rush to class after working in the rain, or you’ll never have to plan your life to get to class. Best of all, a learning habit that fits easily with your other commitments is more likely to last long term.

2. Study anywhere

One of the biggest benefits of online learning is that we are no longer geographically tied to our language goals. You no longer need to travel to Spain or Latin America, and if you live in a small town with no language school or university, learning Spanish online is a game changer!

Even if it’s possible to learn Spanish in person near where you live, distance learning still has huge benefits. If you feel tired after work, it will be much easier to convince yourself not to cancel the lesson if the location of this lesson is at home, on your couch. Best of all, you won’t lose quality. According to a recent study by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, online courses are just as effective as courses taken in a classroom or lecture hall.

3. Enjoy an easier learning process

For many people who learn a new subject as adults, the decision to “go back to school” can be accompanied by mixed emotions. Do you remember what it was like to sit in a classroom as a child? How did you feel about it? If your school is not Hogwarts, the words “boredom”, “tired” and “disappointment” may be higher on the list than “inspiration”.

Luckily, learning Spanish online is by far the most fun way to learn a language, short of escaping with a Mexican circus. Language learning apps were designed to keep our attention, using the same methods that make video games so addictive and enjoyable. Thanks to Spanish learning websites, you can work on your vocabulary while looking at your phone! For Spanish learners, this is a lot less stressful than studying grammar exercises in a textbook.

4. Get the same knowledge for less money

Language school lessons are not, at least traditionally, cost-flexible. The price you see in the brochure is the price for a specific course, and if you can’t pay it, you can’t study. On the contrary, online courses are available at any price. If one doesn’t fit your budget, there’s always another option to consider.

After all, if you’re attending a traditional Spanish course, you’re actually paying for a few things besides the learning materials and the experience of your teachers. You also pay for the rent, furnishing and heating of the classroom, and for getting physical hard copies of all your study materials.

Online courses are cheaper for teachers, so they cost less for students. On Preply, for example, you can filter the list of Spanish tutors by how much they charge per hour. This is a great way to master the same skills without investing a lot of money.

5. Get private lessons

Every time you start a new Spanish course for beginners, the first few months will be the same no matter where you are. You will learn the greeting, the alphabet and talk about your daily routine. There is nothing wrong with that – it forms the necessary basis to learn more!

But what if you’ve had several failed attempts at learning Spanish and you already know the basics? Or what if you just got bored with this kind of content? Online courses are much better adapted to your preferences.

For example, if you try an online course like Preply, you can ask your tutor to focus on the Spanish elements you would like to learn. You may be happy doing grammar exercises on your own, but you need a real person to learn how to talk to. Maybe you want to learn vocabulary that you might need while camping! Whatever your preference, the tutor can always personalize the lesson.

Brief introduction

Choosing the best online Spanish course for you will depend entirely on your priorities and goals. We hope this list has given you a better idea of ​​the different options available and you are now asking yourself the right questions: What learning styles do I enjoy? What is my budget? How much time can I devote to this per week? Do I want to study long term or short term?

We think Preply’s offering is the strongest we’ve got because of its simplicity, price, and focus on the most important skill – speaking Spanish! However, if you devote enough time and energy to any of these well-designed Spanish learning courses and websites, you will probably be delighted with the results. Disfruta chicos!

Spanish courses in Podolsk

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At the school of foreign languages ​​in Podolsk, with the help of an individual study plan, you will be able to master Spanish in a short time. This is a step by step plan to achieve your language learning goals. The success of each of you is important to us, so we motivate our students to achieve results.

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Spanish is spoken not only in Europe, but also far beyond their borders, and therefore this language has been in great demand lately, especially among young people and business people. Spanish is beautiful, easy to learn and can be an excellent base for easier mastering of other Romance languages. Spanish courses in Podolsk at the YES center provide an opportunity to develop oral speech skills or learn the language to perfection for both adults and children. Our teachers will develop an individual plan for each student and make sure that you can apply the acquired knowledge to the fullest.

Learning Spanish in our training center includes:

  • learning from scratch;
  • programs for beginners with some knowledge of Spanish;
  • advanced courses at various levels.

Upon completion of training at YES-school, an international certificate is issued, recognized in almost all countries of the world. It may be required to continue studying abroad, entering universities, employment, emigration.

  • Children from the age of 3 can start studying in our courses. For preschoolers, a program has been developed that takes into account the level of development of their psyche, the degree of maturation of cognitive abilities – perception, attention, memory. The children are not limited in activity in the classroom, they talk a lot with each other and with the teacher, listen to songs, sing, watch cartoons, study comics. Native speakers also work with the kids, thanks to which children quickly begin to perceive Spanish as their native language.
  • We have courses for younger students and teenagers. In addition to speaking, they actively study reading, spelling, learn to compose texts on their own, and conduct conversations on given topics. Future applicants can get prepared for the final and entrance exams with us. Our teachers regularly conduct tests to avoid gaps in knowledge.
  • is an engaging adult course designed to meet the individual needs and interests of each student. The atmosphere in the classroom is comfortable, friendly, the proposed tasks are original and creative, which contributes to the free and easy assimilation of the material.

You can sign up for Spanish courses in Podolsk at YES by phone or online. With the help of an operator, you can choose the best class schedule and sign up for the first free lesson, the results of which can be assessed immediately.

testimonials from our students

Aksenova Maria
Podolsk

I have been attending a Spanish class since November 2018. Very satisfied! I like the teacher Olesya, the educational material, the content of the lessons in general.
During the lesson, time is distributed very competently – enough conversational practice, video, audio recording, new material.
I always attend classes with great pleasure!

Kovalevsky Anton
Podolsk

Feedback about the Spanish teacher Olesya Fateeva.
Excellent teacher, patient, positive and responsive. Thanks to her, my level of Spanish is steadily increasing. I plan to continue to study with this teacher.

Korotaeva Olesya
Podolsk

This is my second year at YES School. I tried several courses offered by the YES school in Podolsk. I took it in a conversation club, it was a very interesting experience, it is well suited for those who have forgotten the language a little and want to restore it. Now I am taking a course to pass for a Cambridge certificate, I have an excellent teacher, with excellent knowledge of English, he helps me a lot in studying and improving my level. And just recently I joined the Spanish language group. I really like the format of the classes and the way the teachers behave in the classroom. There is a lot of speaking practice here, everything is very clear and understandable, the groups are small, you can always ask a question and you will be heard and understood.

Mankina Alina

At first I tried to learn Spanish by myself from tutorials and videos on the Internet, but of course it’s not the same. First, I went here for a trial lesson with Olesya Fateeva. Completely different environment, different exercises, a lot of speaking practice. I’m doing it twice a week and I’m already making good progress. I recommend the YES center.

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