by @_chloeaam What is Linguistic tourism? 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
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The way in which we learn Spanish has changed. We used to think that in order to learn a language we had to sit down with a paper and pencil and listen carefully to a teacher in a classroom. However, we´re now learning that learning Spanish and real-life experience go hand in hand, giving the
Today we interview Lewis Foakes, a student from the University of Portsmouth, in southern England. He will be part of the Entrelenguas’ team for six months, helping this language school with general intercultural communication. He is part of the new generation who prefers acquiring valuable working experience instead of learning at an international university as part
It´s not us who say it, it´s our students! 10 reasons to learn Spanish in Ronda, Malaga. Below are some of the reasons given by students of the school why they chose Ronda as a language learning destination. For the sun! Because Ronda is the most beautiful city in Spain, it has a lot of
Can you communicate well with Spanish native speakers but still feel you need some help with your grammar? Does the subjunctive drive you crazy? Do you know the different past tenses but you have forgotten when to use? Do you need to broaden your Spanish vocabulary because you always feel you use the same words?