Do you want to improve your Spanish conversation skills? Whether you want to converse more easily with your in-laws, make yourself understood when you're on holiday (once that's allowed...), or need Spanish for your work or studies, a Spanish conversation course could be just what you’re looking for!
We will be starting our first Spanish Conversation course at the end of April. During the six lessons, you will get to grips with the language by means of role play, language games, themed cards and Q&A sessions. It's the perfect opportunity to polish up your Spanish with the help of a native speaker and your fellow participants!
If you would like to know what to expect from the Spanish Conversation course, we are organizing an interactive webinar on Wednesday 7 April from 7 to 8 p.m. This will give you an impression of our virtual classroom and allow you to ask the teacher any questions you may have. The webinar will be entirely in Spanish.
Interested? The training course starts on the following date at the following time:
We look forward to meeting you in our virtual classroom!
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