SPANISH CLASSES

Learn Spanish in one of the most beautiful
and culturally-rich cities in South America

Our Spanish classes, are taught at one of the most highly accredited Spanish schools in Latin America! Our school is located within close walking distance to many important cultural and tourist centers, such as the famous Buenos Aires Cathedral, Casa Rosada, and Obelisco. The building itself is a historic building with 6 floors including classrooms, a student lounge and study room.  Our Spanish school achieves academic excellence through a combination of great teacher, small classes and a solid academic framework. Our high-quality teaching methods will help students learn Spanish as quickly as possible.

INTRODUCTION TO OUR CLASSES

ENVIROMENT

We offer a fun, relaxed learning environment with small class sizes and professional, personalized attention to students from around the world. Our weekly group lessons are taught in an intensive module and include 4 hours (20 hours/week) of instruction daily from Monday through Friday so that you can rapidly improve your language skills, whether you are a complete beginner or an advanced speaker. With sessions held either in the morning or the afternoon, our classes are engaging and interactive and are designed to help students develop the four key language skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking.

QUALITY

All of our Spanish teachers are highly qualified and design classes that teach you more than just grammar as our goal is to do more than simply introduce you to the local variety of Spanish. We create a practical, real-life context in the classroom so that
you can improve your communication skills and develop a broader understanding of the Argentine language and culture.

ARGENTINE SPANISH AT A GLANCE

The local variation of Spanish is known as Rioplatense Spanish, castellano, as the locals call it. The accent is marked by a strong use of “sh” sound (in English)  in the pronunciation of words containing y and ll, an intonation that strongly resembles Italian, the use of vos rather thantú for the second person singular, and by its inclusion of lunfardo, or slang, that was first developed in the working class neighborhoods of Buenos Aires during the waves of immigration from Europe in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Watch the video trailer to the right to check your understanding of the language of los porteños a.k.a. residents of the city of Buenos Aires.

…Totally lost? No te preocupes! With a few weeks of Spanish classes and a copy of the must-have “Che, Boludo” phrasebook, you’ll be well on your way to speaking and understanding castellano.

Valentín (2002) is one of many international award-wining Argentine films. Set in the year 1969, the film tells the story of an 8-year-old boy who lives with his grandmother in Buenos Aires and aspires to be an astronaut.

See the trailer here.

INCLUDED IN THE PROGRAM

The following items are included in our Spanish program.

Classmates from around the world

 

Maximum of 9 students per class

 

Certificate of Completion

 

Cultural activities and outings included

 

Highly-qualified, local teachers

 

Highly qualified local teachers

 

Unlimited coffee, tea, mate and cookies

 

Free WiFi Internet Access

 

Class options:

Medical & Business Spanish

 

Group lessons (20-30 hours/week)

 

Private lessons

 

Or a combination

 

SPANISH APPLICATION

Interested in studying Spanish? Send us a message using the form below and we’ll send you all the information needed to start!

Spanish Registration Form

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