Why Not Learn Some Spanish for Fun?

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Subject: Spanish » Spanish (general)
Last updated: 12/09/2017
Tags: communicative approach spanish lessons, group learning

Are you thinking of learning Spanish. I think you'll agree that it's spoken in many different parts of the world and would help you have more fun on holiday and return with a closer interest in that country than you had before you went.You'll be able to ask for all the things you need such as food, drink or a meal in a restaurant. Back home you'll be able to maintain a vibrant interest in a language which is easy to pronounce and easy to learn.

Use lively role play exercises to practise the language in class and use tried and tested listening exercises between classes to keep in touch with the language, as well as a wealth of interactive language practice exercises, which are available on the internet. 

Retired people tend to learn during the day very easily and those in work during the evening. Whatever is best for you. Enrol on a group or a one to one class whichever helps you learn most.

 


Paul Grace Spanish (general) Tutor (Manchester)

About The Author

Hi, my name is Paul Grace and I have successfully prepared students from GCSE to professionals working in the corporate world who need to speak French and Spanish. I have had a great success rate which is why clients continue to use my services.




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