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Absolutely not. The student is under no obligation to sign up for further classes if they do not wish to do so, (although I find that the vast majority of new students are keen to reserve their regular time-slot after their initial lesson).
No. Preparing the initial lesson generally takes at least as much effort as for regular lessons, hence, they are charged at the regular rate.
The vast majority of new students are extremely pleased with the quality of the initial lesson and they certainly feel that they have received their money's worth. In fact, most of my new student's are very keen to immediately reserve their regular time slots to ensure its availability.
Absolutely not. Although there are over 27 individual Spanish-speaking countries worldwide, there is only one Spanish language. Hence, once you are fluent in Spanish you can communicate effectively in every Spanish-speaking country. And since that includes over 300 million Spanish-speakers worldwide, you will have plenty of people to practice your newly developed skill with!
In fact, one of the most satisfying aspect of learning to speak Spanish is in gaining knowledge about the rich culture and history that surrounds the language. Therefore, I try to incorporate this aspect into my classes by encouraging student's to explore the culture itself as an addition to simply learning the grammar and structure of the language.
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