Learn Spanish outside of the classroom

Although grammar, conjugation and vocabulary are fundamental parts of learning Spanish, discovering the culture and nuances that encompass the language are also of equal importance. There are some things that you just can’t study in a classroom, they’re things you have to live, in order to understand. Learning Spanish outside the classroom allows you to put into practise the theory...

10 words that Spanish people ALWAYS say!

There are many words in the Spanish language, but there are some that are used A LOT more than others, here is a list of the main ones: 1. Tío/ tía ¡Hola tío! ¿Qué tal tía? ¿Qué pasa tía? Hey mate! You alright girl? What’s up sweetie? If you want to sound like a Spanish person, you need to call all of your friends...

Five Spanish things that drive foreigners crazy! (and how to overcome them!)

© By Abi Nobes, Marketing and Communication Department As a Brit-abroad, I’ve experienced somewhat of a culture shock upon arriving in Spain! These are five of the biggest surprises that were in store for me… Do you agree? 1.Eating dinner at 10 o’clock at night I have been here for 3 weeks and I still haven’t been able to adjust to this. I...

Five programmes to watch on Netflix and practise your Spanish!

© By James Taylor, a student at Entrelenguas. Netflix is a great tool for language learning - with a click of a button you have thousands of Spanish TV programmes at your fingertips, ready and waiting to be watched! Personally, I usually turn on Spanish subtitles whilst watching as it helps increase my understanding of the more subtle plot twists, but...

What are the most typical Spanish dishes?

  * Practice your Spanish by reading the Spanish version of the text (for A1.2 students or higher).  If you are in Spain and you don’t know the typical dishes, see the list below made by our A1 students. They are delicious, SO yummy! Do not hesitate to try them. Micky, Germany Paella: Paella is a famous rice dish from Valencia. There are different types...

Linguistic Tourism | A different way to travel

by @_chloeaam Linguistic tourism is a unique way to travel, that goes beyond the homogeneity of mass tourism and encourages people to immerse themselves in the true way of life of the particular country. In some places, they're using linguistic tourism to nurture interest in endangered languages, and in others they purely want to generate enthusiasm about a different type of...

Learning Spanish in Malaga

@mariecnt With my university studies, I've had the opportunity to do a work placement and I decided to do it here, in Ronda, near Malaga, and more precisely in this Cultural Immersive Centre named Entrelenguas. I know that it's not always easy to integrate into a new country when you don't know the language so I wasn't totally relaxed about spending 3...

Five reasons on why to learn Spanish in Malaga

Figures are telling us all: Spanish is the most trending language all over the world. Last year, more than 21 Million students studied Spanish as foreign language. More and more people decide to learn Spanish as a way of taking a turn in their professional career, changing their life or simply having a much better break from work in our country. And if you are...

Mi casa es tu casa: a home stay experience

Today we would like to introduce you to Emma. The 19-years-old university student is currently on her gap year so she and her friend are doing a trip through Europe. She decided to do a big stop in Ronda to take part in the volunteering program at Entrelenguas. She is staying with a host family and we interviewed her to...

¡Pura Vida!

Bríd Walsh left her job, her house, her friends and her native Cork last year in order to travel the world with her wife Clare. They ended up in Ronda, where a month-long visit somehow lengthened into almost half a year...