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1. Posted by Oreo (Budding Member 13 posts) 6y

Any one know of any good/cheap schools around Argentina/Chile/Peru that teaches spanish???

My plan is to stop in Buenos aires and learn some spanish for a couple of weeks...then move on and maybe stop for another couple of weeks in Argentina/chile/Peru/Ecuador for some more spanish.....

Thoughts????

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3. Posted by alanabell (First Time Poster 1 posts) 6y

Hey Oreo,
How exciting, I hope your travels will be adventurous.
My friend told me about a Spanish school called AMAUTA. He's just finished studying Spanish at the Amauta Spanish School in Peru, but there is also one in Buenos Aires.
If you’re planning on learning Spanish in Argentina and Peru, have a look at AMAUTA, they sound pretty cool from what I've heard, and the photos I've seen from my friend. And his Spanish has improved a lot!
All the best!!!
Alana

4. Posted by Hcoi (Budding Member 9 posts) 6y

I used to live in Colombia and Mexico for 7 months last year and I recognized that Spanish can be learned by self after some lessons of spelling (about 4 hours in maximum).

I could communicate in Spanish after 3 months.

It means you can take a Spanish course right in your country for 2 weeks and then move to prepare learn-by-self, after that you may practice with the local people in Latin America. When you are a traveller, it's not a good idea to study because you need to discover the country too.

5. Posted by DonPeru (Budding Member 7 posts) 6y

Hola Oreo,

Right now I am working in a great Spanish school in Cusco, Peru that is called Proyecto Peru. If you want information please send me a message.

Donny

6. Posted by es_chr14 (Budding Member 26 posts) 6y

check out ILEE in Buenos Aires Argentina.

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8. Posted by bsastraveler (Budding Member 16 posts) 6y

I took a week Spanish course in Buenos Aires during my three weeks vacations in the city and it was great because it allowed me to arrange all about when to start the course, at what level I should start and which days I would go. I started the course a week after having reached to Buenos Aires, and I only had to go two hours per week. The schedule was the best thing; because it allowed me to do all the things I had in mind. Finally it helped me to talk on the street, to know more about the culture and to make friends!

[ Edit: Sorry, no promos please. ]

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10. Posted by M Baridón (First Time Poster 1 posts) 5y

Hi! Another great place to study spanish is in Montevideo, Uruguay.
Uruguay is a small country between Brasil and Argentina and Montevideo is a charming city, safer and with a more human scale than Buenos Aires.
There are many great spanish schools in Montevideo, with qualified teachers.
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If you don't decide to go there to study I still recommend you to visit Uruguay, you won't regret it!

[ Edit: Sorry, no promos please. ]