Learn Spanish in Latin America and Spain

There's no easy way to learn a language. You must dedicate time and effort and in most cases, and unless you are an autodidact, you'll have to spend money too.

However the best way to learn a foreign language is to take a course in a country that speaks a different language to yours. Why? Because you'll pretty much eat, drink and breathe in that language. You'll have to apply what you have learnt in a grocery shop, a pharmacy or even the newspaper stand. If you turn the TV or radio on, you will have to listen in that language, which makes the learning process much faster as you soak it in and get to test real life what you were taught in the course.

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OK, so what are the benefits?

Countless. Work, business, travel, revitalizing your language, personal challenge, for research or study, culture to name a few.

If you know more than one language it may increase you chances of getting a job, a promotion or a transfer overseas. If negotiating with people from a foreign country it will help you to negotiate and make sales or secure contracts without the need of a mediator.

If you are a business owner or would like to be, a forewing language gives opens unimagined opportunities, either to do business abroad or at home. It will also give you an advantage over your only-English speaking competitors.

Do you like traveling? Then doing it once you know the language (or at least the basics) makes it much more enjoyable, as you can mingle and mix with the natives, converse with people at the market stalls and get much more from the local culture that you'd easily miss otherwise. So, these are only a few of the reasons why learning a new language is a valuable investment of your time and your money. Here a few more reasons.

Why Spanish?

  • Spanish is the second most spoken language in the world, with 500,000 million speakers of whom 400,000 are native speakers.
  • Spanish is the official language of 21 countries, most of Latin America and Spain
  • Some South American countries are being a platform for many business opportunities
  • It's a romance language so if you speak Spanish you will understand more of French, Italian and Portuguese
  • It will also give you a better understanding of your own language, since many English words have a Latin root that become more comprehensible.

Argentina Spanish Schools

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Ah! Argentina, the birth town of Tango! Argentina is one of the most multi cultural countries of Latin American, thanks to the many different migrations it received along the 19th and 20th Centuries. When you study in Argentina Spanish schools, don't be surprised to find that some of the food reminds you of Italian, and even their accents are a little different, which is part of the charm. You're likely to fall in love with Buenos Aires, a large city full of little corners that reminiscent of French or Spanish architecture, parks full of life and bars, cafe and clubs which make up Buenos Aire's nightlife, that never sleeps.

Peru Spanish Schools

Peru is mostly known for Macchu Picchu, among the most famous ruins in the world. But Peru is so much more than that, it has a vibrant and youthful live, it has cheek and an amazingly rich culture. Did you peru classes in barcelonaknow that their food is considered world heritage? Have you ever heard the inspiring "música andina" (music from the Andes) or tried pisco sour (a local drink)? Discover this and many more things when you take classes in Peru Spanish schools. It will be an unforgettable experience.

Study Spanish in Spain

But Latin America is not your only option. If you prefer to travel to or within Europe, Spain is your perfect solution. Cradle of the Spanish language -actually Castilian- learn the one who is closest to the original version.

You can also visit Spain.

Madrid, capital of the city, charms its visitors with its amazing Old Town, endless cultural activities (its three museums that make up the golden triangle have more important works of art that any other city) and a beaming nightlife. If you study Spanish in Madrid there will be always things for you to do, people to meet, places to see. Practice your skills with the original Castilians.

Or you take Spanish classes in Barcelona, one of Spain's cultural capitals. Stroll through the Ramblas and get transported back three centuries, or go to one of Barcelona's many beaches to enjoy the sun while not in class. Barcelona offers thousands of activities, making it a city impossible to get bored in. Visit Gaudi's buildings and be prepared to be more than amazed.

Wherever you prefer there is a place for you to learn this rich and varied language.

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