During my life I have been able to enjoy the experience of living in different countries. I want to share my experience of having lived in Spain for many years and my 2 years as a Teaching Assistant with those who are thinking of or preparing themselves for the move to Spain. I only touch… Continue reading An Auxiliar de Conversación in Spain: Get a heads up before you arrive
When planning our courses we always try to use the knowledge and talents that our teachers hold (apart from their Spanish teaching abilities, of course!). And for this reason, one of the extra activities we have incorporated into our Spanish Immersion Course this Summer is Sevillanas. But what is Sevillanas I hear you say! Well,… Continue reading Learn Spanish and…….Sevillanas!
Andalusia, a great place to learn Spanish. We have added a new course to our portfolio. Aimed at those who want or need to improve their Spanish level in a short space of time. Native, qualified teachers are ready to give fun and interactive classes in the morning. This is followed by lunch and journal writing… Continue reading Intensive Summer Immersion Course in Rural Andalusia – Check it out!
To most newbie language travellers London is not the place to go for a foodie experience. For many, English food is considered to be the bland meat and three vegetables with the occasional fish and chips thrown in (of course I am generalising and I’m sorry to those English who were unaware of this perception).… Continue reading A food lover in London
Following the success in Barcelona, the Australian Embassy and Casa Asia proudly present the Australian Film Festival in the Filmoteca Española-Cine Dore, Madrid from 10 to 26 de April 2015. It includes some great Australian films: Lantana, Tracks, Red Dog, Animal Kingdom, These Final Hours and 500 Miles. Tickets at 2.50 Euros. Don’t miss it!… Continue reading Ciclo de Cine Australiano
Many people spend their whole lives dedicating time, effort and money to learning a foreign language. But is it really worth it? It may all depend on how you are learning. One person who dedicates an hour a day to memorizing verbs may not be enjoying it as much as another who regularly meets in… Continue reading Learning a language: is it really worth it?