You might have wondered sometime how a language is taught, what we can do to teach you a language and, more importantly, how we learn languages. Well, there are many possible answers (Not like those types of methods that offer fast and miracle solutions…). At our school we believe that having the ability to speak in that language is what really makes us internalize languages and because of that it is important to bring culture to our classes. Reacting to a new culture is an essential requirement to understand the new language. That does not mean that grammar is not part of our classes. Quite the opposite, it is the road that lets us know where we are at in our path. Every new grammatical element is a communicational tool that opens us to new possibilities towards our goal and lets us solve our challenges effectively. But it is clear that it can’t be the main component of a class. Particularly on the first steps, we have to make the most of the “lexical grammar” to start to communicate starting from the beginning. This way, by having in mind that our goal is to be able to express ourselves, we work with every sentence in detail following effective strategies to solve the assignments suggested by the teachers. But it has to be aloud, they have to hear us. So it’s time to start losing your shyness in pursuit of a greater good, learning languages!