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Date(s) - 07/20/2016
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Esquina Tango Cultural Society of Austin


Current Classes:
Check Calendar for full schedule. Drop-ins welcome!Fee: See on our Rates page. Register at the door on line!Tuesday: Conversational Spanish with Gustavo Simplis
Intermediate Level,
6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Wednesday: with Orazzio Loayza  
Spanish for Beginners,  6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
About the classes:
Spanish class for beginners
If you’ve never taken Spanish before this is the class for you. Join this personal and interactive Spanish program, taught by native speakers. The class will insert different types of teaching modalities, group dynamics, interaction and pedagogical techniques. The goal of this course is to learn the Spanish language in an open, free, relaxed and fun environment.

Conversational Spanish
Get more comfortable speaking and listening! Interesting and dynamic group activities include: chatting, reading articles in Spanish while discussing, group games, answering questions, asking questions, and more. Improve your understanding of the Spanish language the fun (and effective) way.
Extend your knowledge beyond basic grammar and vocabulary into scenario-based “ronda de conversación” – with all the great cultural discussions and grammar reinforcement.
Homework is provided each week and is optional. Usually participants are asked to bring an article in Spanish to read and discuss. Each week, a topic of discussion is organized and informally lead by the whole group, while the instructor, a native Spanish speaker, is present to answer questions.
Class is conducted entirely in Spanish, while limited questions are allowed. Many bring dictionaries and notebooks to keep track of what you learn, and look up words to keep the class strictly in Spanish.

Who should do it:
Any one who is looking to learn or improve their Spanish.
Those who have never taken lessons or those who h
ave but have never felt comfortable enough to speak it.
Come on down– and off the record: these are really fun classes!!

What to wear, what to bring:
Bring a pencil and paper if you want to take some notes to take home with you.
Wear something interesting to spark up a conversation!

Activities for students:
Improve your Spanish at our “Noche de Pelicula