Study Spanish Abroad Links
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Language schools and immersion programs in Spanish, Italian, French, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese and many other languages will help you learn a language of your choice. Deciding on a particular language school is never easy but we will help you through the process. More than 35,000 people, many just like you, have chosen AmeriSpan Study Abroad programs.
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Cuernavaca is the leading destination for Spanish language study in the Western Hemisphere. The tradition goes back to the 1960's when the first instructors were trained by professors from Harvard and Fordham University. The tradition continues and the schools affiliated with the Association of Spanish Language Schools in Cuernavaca (AIPEC) are committed to academic excellence
Here is where I studied Spanish years back. Your Webmaster. Great experience. Great School. Great City.
90 schools in 14 countries. This is a very nice master listing.
A loaded site with hundreds of sites in various countries where you can learn Spanish.
The Alhambra Interior
In Montañita - MarAzul
Language and Volunteer Center
Online Spanish Academy
Spanish Courses in Spain
Babylon Idiomas owns and operates four schools in Spain and works closely with different partner schools in Argentina and Costa Rica. Our company was established in 2002 and we've grown ever since to become one of the leading language learning institutes in the world.
A listing for Spanish classes from all over the world.
Learn Spanish in Mexico at the Queretaro Language School (QLS). We are a Spanish language school in Mexico offering 22 distinct Spanish language courses to Spanish students from all over the world.
Learn Quechua language at our Spanish school in the Sacred Valley of the Incas in Cusco Peru: Quechua courses, volunteer work. Also Spanish lessons in Cusco and Manu.
Learn Spanish and volunteer abroad with AMAUTA Spanish School: Spanish Classes, volunteer work.
You'll learn how to speak in Spanish from the very beginning and be able to communicate in everyday situations.
Learn Spanish in Mexico City.
Completed scholarship and program applications must be submitted by October 25, 2011 for Academic Year/Spring 2012.
Since 1990, Business Language Services (BLS) has been helping companies break down language and cultural barriers and has gained a reputation as one of the UK's leading language services providers to business and professional people worldwide.
Spanish school for foreigners. Learn Spanish in Alicant, Barcelona, Granada or Madrid. High quality at reasonable prices.
Expanish Spanish School in Buenos Aires offers students a unique language learning experience by combining Spanish courses and cultural experiences. Our Spanish school is a place where passions for education and travel merge, resulting in our strongest belief: living and learning a language in a foreign country is the doorway to true understanding and knowledge of the Spanish language.
Plateros Spanish School is a Spanish language immersion school that provides individual and group learning lessons. Learn and Study Spanish in Mexico at our Spanish Language School in Guanajuato while immersed in the culture of Latin America.
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THE WEEK, June 26, 2009, p. 20
- Learning to speak two languages when you're young, new research shows, gives you a more nimble mind. But bilingualism also has a downside - more frequent moments of confusion when choosing words. Researchers at Northwestern University found that people who are fluent in two languages establish brain pathways and learning strategies that make it easier to acquire additional languages. "Our research shows that the experience of becoming bilingual itself makes learning a new language easier," says study author Viorica Marian. But another study found that speaking two tongues give you a second one to trip over. Jeannie Pyers of Wellesley College tells New Scientist that bilingual speakers studied were more likely to suffer the "tip-of-the-tongue" stumble, in which they suddenly forget that word they were just about to say. Bilinguals know twice as many words as monolinguals, and use most of them half as frequently. So in the heat of the moment, they're more likely to come up short.
"Monolingualism Can Be Cured"
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