Puerto Rican Spanish 101: Learn Spanish from Puerto Rico

Do you understand Spanish speakers from Puerto Rico?

As a Spanish learner, you will meet people that speak Spanish in many different ways.

You may have colleagues, friends, or language exchange partners from Puerto Rico that you'd like to talk to, but you find it hard to understand them.

Or maybe you love salsa or reggaeton music and want to immerse yourself in Puerto Rican culture.

Boricuas have a vibrant and proud cultural heritage.  As a Caribbean territory that is part of the United States, the island has had many influences that make its culture, language, and vocabulary unique.

Puerto Rican Spanish 101 will give you insider access to the unique language and culture of la isla del encanto.

Learn common expressions that you are sure to hear from San Juan to Nueva York.

Sign up now and get lifetime access to:

 10 audio recordings of engaging conversations between Puerto Rican Spanish speakers

 Slow-speed audio of each conversation (Puerto Ricans can speak fast!)

 Complete line-by-line transcript of each dialogue with English translation

 Downloads of all audio (.mp3) and transcripts (.pdf) so you can learn when you're not connected

 Weekly reminders of course progress and new content

 BONUSPuerto Rican Spanish Phrase Book with over 150 words and expressions, including examples in Spanish and English

If you don't love the course, we will give you a full refund. No questions asked.

About the instructor

Tamara Marie

Certified Neurolanguage™ Coach

¡Hola! My name is Tamara Marie and I'm a language coach specializing in brain-friendly ways to learn languages.

Growing up in the US, I only spoke English for most of my life. I learned Spanish as an adult after many years of trial and error.

Speaking Spanish has allowed me to travel and make connections in Costa Rica, Argentina, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Panama, and Mexico.

I'm passionate about helping people learn Spanish the way people speak in the real world.  I help my clients and learning communities get their heads out of textbooks and get comfortable speaking Spanish faster.