Maximum class size of 6 students
A Single 3-Hour Course, Available Monday Through Friday
Ideal for those with zero knowledge of Spanish
Focuses on common Spanish words and phrases
Must be registered at least 48 hours in advance
Costs US$50 per person, all inclusive, with no registration fees
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The cost of the Spanish Crash Course is US$50 per person. This fee includes class materials, complimentary coffee or tea, and access to all school facilities. All you need to bring to class is a pen and a notebook to write on!
We often get inquiries from people who want to learn Spanish while they are in Argentina, but who just don’t have the time for our weekly small group classes. For these visitors, we have designed our Spanish Crash Course for Busy Travellers.
This is a special, same-day, 3-hour course that is available Monday through Friday.
Spaces in our Crash Course classes are first come, first served, and are limited due to a maximum class size of six students per session. In order for us to schedule this special course, reservations are necessary ahead of time.
This is a great choice for travellers who have no knowledge of Spanish, and need the bare minimum for traveling through South America for a couple of weeks. If you are planning on staying in South America for more than 3 weeks or so, we strongly recommend our more extensive group Spanish classes.
In the class you will learn basic Spanish vocabulary, as well as practical phrases and expressions that will be useful for scenarios you’ll encounter while traveling in South America.
Some of the topics covered include: greetings, numbers, telling time, directions, asking questions using common question words (what, who, where, etc.), ordering food in a restaurant, shopping, and so on.
The course material emphasizes verbal communication and exercises. Under the guidance and direction of our experienced teachers, you will practice pronunciations and speaking Spanish phrases. For the majority of our crash course students, this is their very first time speaking Spanish, and so this learning environment is a wonderful way to gain confidence in just a few hours.
The Crash Course has a fixed curriculum that focuses on the basic essentials necessary for travel and does not teach any grammar. It is not recommended that students take the Crash Course alongside our small group classes due to overlapping topics. Much of the Crash Course material is covered in the first two weeks of the beginners-level group classes (in much greater detail than in the Crash Course). For those with more time or more extensive needs, we recommend our small group classes or private classes.