Brush Up your Spanish – Spanish Course for Travelers in Peru

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Brush Up your Spanish – Spanish Course for Travelers in Peru

Brush Up your Spanish – Spanish Course for Travelers in Peru

How to get the real travel experience!

Brush up your Spanish

If you are traveling in Peru – or: in Bolivia, Ecuador or Chile, and will be heading to Peru – this is your chance!

Come to Cusco and Brush Up your Spanish skills in our special course for Travelers!

This is the perfect way to get the real travel experience and make the most out of your travels in South-America!

Being Able to Speak Spanish makes a Huge Difference

Is your first question when interacting with local people always “Hablas inglés” or “Do you speak English”? Do you feel uncomfortable communicating with the local people when ordering a plate, asking for prices, hiring a guide or contracting a tour? What about negotiating with the taxi driver (because you know he is overcharging…)? Wouldn’t it be great to actually be able to express yourself stop relying on your travel mates that speak Spanish better than you?

This is possible and can be achieved in a short period of time! Being able to speak Spanish makes a huge difference…

 

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Spanish Course for Travelers

In this Spanish course for Travelers, we offer you the opportunity to learn the essentials of the Spanish language, in a very short amount of time. Our experienced Spanish teachers focus on speaking and on listening skills, including spanish phrases and expressions that are used while traveling in Peru in other Latin American countries. Image how much more you will get out of your travel experience, if you speak (some) Spanish!

Brush Up your Spanish – Spanish Course for Travelers in Peru

 

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Course Set-Up:

  • 10 or 20 hours
  • 2 or 4 hours per day.
  • Min 4 students*
  • Start Every Monday in July
  • Flexible Starting dates for small groups that register together
  • Free Welcome Dinner with other students of the Spanish School
  • Free Peruvian cooking class + free salsa class
  • Free WIFI at school

* (small extra pay if fewer students)
 
SPECIAL PRICE JULY 2016: USD $ 93
 
 

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Just write “Brush Up” on our contact form to receive the details about the course so you can register.

 

In our Spanish for Travelers, we practice everyday situations such as: in a cafe, in a restaurant, at the airport, at the police station, and the shop, and so on. We cover greetings and simple conversations, as well as practical things such as days of the week, numbers, colors. You will learn how to ask for directions, how to communicate in basic Spanish when you are lost, or when you need help. These commonly used Spanish phrases will help you in all kinds of situations . Of course, there is a cultural component included in this course: the menus in the restaurants won’t be a secret for you anymore, as our enthusiastic local teachers will tell you about Peruvian food, about local costoms and local Holidays. Also, they will give you good inside information about what to visit and what to do in Cusco.

Upon finalizing the course, you will feel that you can travel independently around South America, feeling much more confident about your Spanish skills!

Mastering at least a few bits of basic Spanish will enormously help you to make your life much easier as a traveler in Peru.

Brush Up your Spanish – Spanish Course for Travelers in Peru

If you are interested in making the most out of your travel experience by learning Spanish?
 
Just write “Brush Up” on our contact form to receive the details about the course so you can register.
 

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