spanish classes for advanced student

a2009

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hello

i am looking for spanish classes. I don t really like private classes and I already have an advanced level. I noticed that most schools don t have a level for people who already know most of the grammar.... they put their advanced students in individual classes with a teacher that does not really know what to do with them. I need conversation, and my writing is poor....
Does anyone knows a good school ?

thank you very much !!!
 

desertrose

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What's the sense in paying for conversation class when you're in an environment where you can get it for free all the time? To improve your writing: read, read, read.
 

sonygael

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desertrose said:
What's the sense in paying for conversation class when you're in an environment where you can get it for free all the time? To improve your writing: read, read, read.

If you already have an advanced level of spanish, then I think paying for classes is just a waste of money reading is the best you can do for yourself, it enriches your vocabulary, and in no time you will find yourself fluent in spanish. Then I would suggest that you to practice with someone who is native or very advanced so you can learn from them.

That is how I learnt English.
 

HowardinBA

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sonygael said:
If you already have an advanced level of spanish, then I think paying for classes is just a waste of money reading is the best you can do for yourself, it enriches your vocabulary, and in no time you will find yourself fluent in spanish. Then I would suggest that you to practice with someone who is native or very advanced so you can learn from them.

That is how I learnt English.
really?...check again:rolleyes:
 

starlucia

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Depends on what you're looking for... if you only want casual conversation, try to make some local friends to chat with or find an intercambio partner. If you want a more attentive atmosphere, or to fine-tune your speaking and writing skills, you might want to invest in a private teacher. I also started lessons at an advanced level, so my classes revolved around conversation, vocabulary building, and identifying/correcting my individual mistakes. For homework, I wrote compositions, which my teacher then read and corrected. I'm happy to recommend her: Gabriela Ferrante at www.gabrielaferrante.com.ar or gabriela.ferrante@gmail.com.
 

aaron

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Thank you RichardP. Although my spanish is nowhere near good as of yet, this sounds like a great advice for the future.
 
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