Our Spanish courses stand out from any other Spanish school in Buenos Aires because we combine dynamic material with a chance once a week to go out with a member of the Milhouse team members to practice your Spanish “in the real world”. You will need to ask directions, buy some coffee etc, and try your best to use what you’ve learnt so far, any expenses our at your own cost.
This is an example of one week's language lessons that gives you a general idea on what you can expect from your stay. There are 4 hours of lessons daily (in two blocks: morning/afternoon) five days a week with up to 7 students in the class. The longer your language course, the more in-depth and detail-oriented the lessons will get.
The weekly schedule covers the following areas:
- Class activities on different topics
- Sociocultural contents
Activities: Getting to know the working material, talking about the course and its objectives. Giving and asking for personal information (formal and informal). Greetings and saying goodbye. Communicating in the class. Vocabulary: Numbers 0-20, meals and drinks, jobs and professions, the alphabet, nationalities, countries and classroom objects.
Activities: Giving and asking for personal information. Going shopping. Giving reasons of what we do. Talking about others. Ordering food and drinks at a restaurant. Giving and asking for information about meals. Vocabulary: Adjectives, numbers 0-100, meals and drinks.
Activities: Talking about locations of places. Spare time activities. Vocabulary: Hobbies and interests, meals and drinks, countries and cities.
Activities: Talking about neighbourhoods, towns and cities. Describing places. Giving and asking for directions. Expressing existence. Talking about the weather. Vocabulary: Shops and public buildings in the city. Descriptive adjectives of places. Countries and cities, languages, numbers from 100 onwards, the weather.
Activities: Asking for directions. Buying tickets at a travel agency. Vocabulary: Shops and public buildings in the city. Travelling, accommodation, transportation.
Homework will be assigned after each lesson to ensure enough practice is provided. Teachers will not be able to reimburse or compensate a student for a missed lesson.
Every week there will be an informal meeting for our clients, where there will be an opportunity to talk with a member of the Milhouse team about your Spanish lessons.