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Vamos Spanish Academy Language School in Argentina

Study Spanish in Buenos Aires, the perfect place from which to venture out and further explore Argentina and South America. We want you to feel like this is your second home, not just a place to study Spanish. Like you, our staff are creative, dynamic people and the Vamos Spanish Academy atmosphere is friendly and welcoming. We offer Intensive Group and Private Spanish Classes, TEFL Certification Course, Weekend Spanish Lessons, Online Classes, Spanish for children and families as well as cultural studies, workshops and activities to explore and enjoy all that Argentina has to offer.

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Best Guide to Argentine Hand Gestures

10 Popular Argentina Hand Gestures – Gestos Argentinos A large part of the Argentine population are descendants of Italian immigrants, who came to this country during the late 1800s and early 1900s. You can see the Italian influences in many aspects of the Argentine culture, especially when it comes to how they communicate. Italians are…

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