I understood what you meant and that´s why I explained that it´s a lot harder to find classes in language schools (non-travel, classroom classes, you know, like you´d expect teaching to be). Buenos Aires is full of Argentinians who speak English quite well, who studied the profesorado, and are willing to work for a lot less than you are.irishvan said:Im grateful for everybodys response but what I meant by 'institute' was teaching in one place,(would language school be a better term?) not travelling as in what I call 'business english'.
I will be interested to find out about the Argentinian work ethic as against the Spanish as I taught business english in Madrid for 2 years.
I am formally qualified, have a university degree and 12 years experience and so far have only been offered 25 pesos an hour. Should I be asking for more?