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I have attended Linguaschools Granada on two separate occasions for a total of six weeks. I returned to the school this summer because of my great experience the first time.
Linguaschools Granada is a small Spanish school located very close to the center of town. They offer group and private classes, then in the afternoon, different excursions around town. The optional afternoon activities incluI have attended Linguaschools Granada on two separate occasions for a total of six weeks. I returned to the school this summer because of my great experience the first time.
Linguaschools Granada is a small Spanish school located very close to the center of town. They offer group and private classes, then in the afternoon, different excursions around town. The optional afternoon activities include a variety of adventures, including a neighborhood walk through the Albaycin, a Flamenco show in a famous cave in Sacromonte, and a visit to the Arabic Baths. Each week the activities change! For example, there is a "Ruta de Tapas" where a teacher takes the students to a couple great tapas bars. On the weekends, there are trips out to locations outside the city, like a day at the beach or a hike through the Sierra Nevadas.
All of the teachers are amazing. I worked with Alicia and Ana on this trip. Both were so friendly and helpful. They made the classes interesting and useful. Sometimes we would work on reading and writing, or other times we would simply chat (while secretly practicing the subjunctive and my speaking and listening skills.) I took some group classes and private classes. Both had their advantages. In group classes, I met so many students from different countries and learned about their cultures. In private classes, I was able to get individualized lessons for what I needed to work on. Between classes, all the students and teachers would go to a cafe across the street to chat and unwind.
During my first stay two years ago, Linguaschools connected me with a Spanish family to live with. I had such a great experience, I requested the same family and was able to stay with them again. They all were so friendly and patient as I tried to speak my broken Spanish to them. Every day their would be a HUGE lunch with the whole family and sometimes even the neighbors. I loved spending time in the living room chatting with them as I completed my homework. They even included me in family events, like a weekend at the beach or a dinner out to watch Spain in the World Cup. I would completely recommend staying with a family if given a chance. (My Spanish mom works with several schools in the Granada area, and she says Linguaschools is the best.) :)
I returned a second time to the school because it was such a great, personalized experience. I wholeheartedly recommend Linguaschools to anyone wanting a true Spanish experience.see more...
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