Today we will be explaining some of the different ways that you can learn Spanish while you are in Argentina.
Learning a new language is a fantastic way for you to not only expand your knowledge but to become a more cultural person and appreciate other cultures too. It can also be useful to learn a language if you intend on travelling a lot throughout your life as you’ll have an easier time communicating and finding your way around.
Today we’ll be talking about some of the best ways to learn Spanish during your time in Argentina.
Join a Class
This is undoubtedly the best way to learn Spanish in Argentina. By joining a class, you’ll be surrounded by other people who are looking to learn Spanish and will have a teacher (or a lecturer) who will help you every step of the way.
In Argentina, there are a lot of different Spanish classes available. Some of them only last 2 weeks, while others last for months. If you continue to learn Spanish and want to learn more then there are advanced learning courses too.
The best part about joining a class is that you’re able to have any questions that you have answered by a teacher (which if you self-teach, you don’t have access to). Not only that but if you’re new to Argentina and plan on spending a lot of time there, you can make some friends too!
Where You Can Learn
There are plenty of Spanish language schools in Argentine so if you’re looking to join a class, you’re definitely not short of choices.
Below are some of the most popular schools that non-natives can learn Spanish from in Argentine.
Academia Buenos Aires. This school is one of the best and is specifically designed to teach Spanish. If you have never studied Spanish before and haven’t taken an introductory course, then the “Crash Course” is worth taking a look at. This course spans across 5 days and consists of four 55-minute courses. In this class, you’ll learn all of the basics that you need to know to get started on a more advanced course.
Academia Bariloche. Similar to the school above, this school is focused on teaching their students Spanish. There is a range of language courses available and our suggestion would be to take the crash course that we discussed above, before transferring over to Academia Bariloche and looking into some of the more intensive Spanish learning classes. The “Super Intensive Spanish” class that they offer spans across 6 Mondays, each Monday consisting of 6 hours of education.
For more information about the different schools that you can learn Spanish from as well as all of the relevant details, check out this page and find the best course for you.
Talk to People!
By talking to people whose first language is Spanish, you are getting as close to a “first-hand” experience as you’ll ever get.
The only thing is, to get the most out of talking to a Spanish speaking person you should know some basic Spanish already. Knowing some Spanish will make learning from them easier (and it will also make teaching you easier for them).
Last, but not least, look at some of the different online courses that are available and use them to get your foot in the door.
It’s a good idea to take a look at some basic Spanish learning resources before you join a class to learn. The reason for this is that by learning some of the basics, when you join the class you’ll have a fairly basic understanding and you’ll have a generally easier time learning Spanish.