It has been shown that when one translates from English to Spanish their vocabulary is likely to expand up to 25%. This is due to the fact that Spanish is a very detailed language, meaning that it takes multiple words to explain what english may say in one word. This means that learning Spanish is not just beneficial in the sense of being bilingual, but as well to expand one’s native language as well. Though Spanish is a phonetic language, meaning that you pronounce the letters consistently making pronunciation relatively simple. Unfamiliar to native English speakers though is the gendered (masculine/feminine) aspect to the language as well as the differing tenses, it is through this though that we will aid and guide the student.