DAN HANRAHAN Language Classes...

773-430-7306 / danletras@yahoo.com 

I teach classes via Zoom or in person (in Chicagoland) in all levels of Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese and ESL!



*I have 21 years of experience teaching adults second languages. 

*I hold an MA in Spanish and my translations of Brazilian poetry are featured in the American Academy of Poets. 


*Student-centered and dynamic. 

*Structured around the goal of gaining conversational ability in the target language. 

*Focused on the 4 skills of: reading, writing, speaking and listening. 

*Fun and utilize textbooks, songs, conversation, video clips, readings, a variety of writing exercises, student presentations and more.



Where? How? Classes can be in-person at your place or my house or a café if in the Chicago area or via Zoom anywhere in the country or the world. I've had all my shots and am fully vaccinated.


How much does it cost? 

60 min: sliding scale $25-$50 or just $35

90 min: sliding scale $50-$75


Payment options? PayPal, Venmo and Zelle accepted.


Can I do a class in a small group? Yes, indeed! There can be groups of up to four people. The lesson price is reduced per student for groups larger than two people.


Frequency? Meetings can be once a week, more than once a week or twice a month.


May I try a class first before committing? The first class is available as a free demo class to see if it suits your fancy.


What textbook should I buy? Materials are selected based upon an assessment of your level and your needs conducted during the first official class. The typical used textbook costs around $25 to $50.


How big of a commitment must I make? Many students prefer to pay monthly; paying on a class-by-class basis is also fine. I encourage students to think in terms of three to four-month batches of classes. After every 16 classes, the student takes the assessment again in order to judge progress.


Free to contact me with any more questions you may have or if you'd like to schedule a demo class!


Thank you! Muito obrigado! ¡Gracias!


Dan Hanrahan