Spanish courses in buenos aires
After several years working together at El Pasaje Spanish School, not only we became good friends, but we've finally decided to go a step forward in our academic standards. And this new adventure is about keeping a smaller structure that allows students to enjoy professional and totally customized Spanish classes in Buenos Aires at an affordable rate.
Because there is nothing more rewarding, for a Spanish teacher, than helping students learn at their unique pace, focusing on their specific needs and achieving their personal goals. And we believe tailored classes, along with an accurate assessment, a customized and flexible course plan and a close monitoring of the student’s progress, are definitely the most suitable way to make it happen.
As for our Spanish classes, we strongly believe that learning a language is only possible by actually putting it into practise. Although grammar plays a key role in the process of learning, our way of teaching emphasizes the use of the language above all.
We've taught Spanish for 8-10 years. We've also assessed students' levels, prepared them for international exams, designed Spanish programs and teaching materials and coordinated groups.
We've been all trained at Universidad de Buenos Aires, one of the most prestigious in Latin America.
We'll do our best to adapt to your time in Buenos Aires, your budget, your needs and your specific goals.
We know having fun and involving yourself emotionally through the language learning process are key factors to learn faster and more effectively!
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