To Spanish. We’ve all gone through that. We start learning a foreign language bursting with enthusiasm but, after a few months, we give it all up. Paradoxically, giving up is one of the more persistent actions in our lives. Let’s face it: things such as eating healthy, running regularly, studying maths, tidying up our house, etc., are awfully discouraging… unless you get addicted to it.
Learning a language could be exciting by itself, and that would be enough. But a language is not just a language: it also involves a culture, a journey (physical or armchair tourism, we like them both), the discovery of new music, cinema, gastronomy, friends… And this immersion is obviously addictive. Therefore, to keep up with your Spanish, find your Spanish / South American passion. We all have one. Here are some tempting ideas:
If these suggestions are not good enough, surely you can find another Spanish connection to keep you hooked: films, music, literature, sports, hobbies, friends… Find it, and it’s done. You will have got started.
Buenas Dias! Just wondering, Would an older, not very active person feel comfortable attending one of your courses? Or do they cater more for the young and adventurous?
Thanks and regards,
¡Buenos días Mónica!
Of course you would! We do a bit of adventurous too, but most of our students are in their fifties and sixties.
We’ll send you an email with more information.
Un saludo desde Panes,