Oct 04 2013

Exchange workshops in Marbella 2013

Free English-Spanish workshops from October on

 

 

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Internationalization and globalization connect thousands of people in the world. Cultures melt together, diversification takes place and languages get more and more important to compete and stay up to date.
 

For sure, English and Spanish belong to the most important languages worldwide. English is on rank 1 with almost 2 billion speakers worldwide and Spanish, on rank 4, is used as a second language particularly often. Both are gaining more and more influence worldwide.
 

English usage                                                   Spanish usage

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Therefore, it is certainly important to speak one of these languages to get along today. The Mija foreigners department in Marbella schedules language exchange workshops for FREE to give English and Spanish speaking people the possibility to exchange their languages.
 

The workshop begins at the 8th of October and lasts until the 10th of October 2013.
 

On Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, interested language lovers get the possibility to exchange their languages for free and learn the respectively other language. Half of the time English is spoken and half of the time Spanish is spoken. That’s simply the perfect possibility to learn the language from insiders. Last year over 300 people participated in the workshops.
 

The courses take place at the Pensioners centre from 9.30a.m. until 11a.m. For further information or for participation you can contact the foreign department, Mijas town hall

Telephone: 952 58 90 10
Mail: frd@mijas.es
 

This workshop is the perfect solution to experience the language from a native speaker!
 

If you are interested in this workshop for your vacation to gain some Spanish or English knowledge, Habitat Apartments provides you with a lovely apartment in Marbella.

 

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