LEARN SPANISH IN SANTIAGO DE CUBA


Santiago de Cuba is the second largest city in Cuba, it was founded in 1514 and moved to its present site in 1522. It commanded a strategic location on the northern Caribbean Sea in the early colonial period and was the capital of Cuba until 1589. In 1953 it was the scene of Fidel Castro's attack against the Moncada army barracks.

It is the centre of an agricultural and mining region and exports copper, iron, manganese, sugar, and fruit.



About Santiago de Cuba

Population: 494,337 (2004)

Santiago, was founded by the spanish conqueror Diego Velázquez de Cuéllar on 1514. It was residence of the Spanish governor until in the middle of century XVI it was transferred to Havana. Its port was one of the most important points of arrival of the emigrations of the Old Continent. This city is famous for the celebration of its Carnival.

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The neuralgic center of the city is the park Turfs, where it is the Cathedral, the City council and the house of Diego Velázquez, closely is the House of the Trova where Trova music is played. Other place that you can not forget to visit is the Museum Emilio Bacardí or the Moncada quarter, nowadays demilitarized, lodges a museum and a school. There are a lot of beautiful beaches few kilometers away of the capital. Towards the east, to about 14 kilometers, you have Siboney, which they follow those of Juraguá, Daikiri, Verraco, Brown Coast, Buccaneer, Sigua and Cazonal to him, while that by the west you have those of Green Sea, Cabón Ox, White Caletón, the French and del municipality of Guamá.


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Spanish courses in Santiago de Cuba

Intensive Spanish Course

This is a general Spanish language course with a small group that includes 20 lessons per week .
During every session, the teacher will focus on both theory and practice, covering all of the elements needed to become proficient in a foreign language . Grammar, reading, writing, listening, speaking and vocabulary are always incorporated simultaneously, in order to approximate the student to an authentic communicative environment.
You will also be encouraged to develop intercultural competence with a combination of knowledge, skills, and attitudes that will enable you to communicate and interact across cultural boundaries. Our approach to learning Spanish is intended to be as close as possible to real life situations in the Spanish-speaking world. Every lesson is independent but - as is the logical nature of any language - the use of grammar and vocabulary will be cumulative and sequential from class to class.

Groups: 3 students
Classes: 20
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One to One Spanish Course

If you do not have much time and wish to make the most of it, you can follow your own pace of learning with a personalized course. This means that neither you nor the teacher need follow the pace and interests of your fellow students,as in any other group course. You can also choose a mixed option: group class on an Intensive course + individual classes.
Your tutor will continue to advise you right until the end. Firstly, he will analyze your individual goals and then will create a personalized program adapted to you with regard to content and timetable.

Groups: 1 student
Classes: 20
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Superintensive 10 Spanish Course

The Superintensive Spanish course consists of 4 daily Spanish lessons in small group from Monday to Friday and 2 individual lessons per day. In total 30 lessons per week. With this course you will improve your general Spanish, and during your individual lessons you will be able to focus in a specific area of your interest: pronunciation, fluency, business, etc.

Groups: 3, 1 students
Classes: 30
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Superintensive 5 Spanish Course

The Superintensive Spanish course consists of 4 daily Spanish lessons in small group from Monday to Friday and 1 individual lesson per day. In total 25 lessons per week. With this course you will improve your general Spanish, and during your individual lessons you will be able to focus in a specific area of your interest: pronunciation, fluency, business, etc.

Groups: 3, 1 students
Classes: 25
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