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Learn Spanish in Buenos Aires - Individual

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Argentina’s capital Buenos Aires is the perfect place to start your journey in South America. And the best way to kick your journey off is by learning some Spanish, giving you the opportunity to get the most of this great continent. So what could be better than joining our high quality language courses in the heart of lovely Buenos Aires, including accommodation at one of the amazing Milhouse hostels where you will have a chance to practice your newly found Spanish skills as well as hang out with young people from all over the world.

This course is meant for travellers wanting to do a one-to-one course.

- Daily Spanish lessons
- Accommodation at one of the Milhouse Hostels
- Breakfast
  • General Objectives

    At the end of this course students will be able to communicate orally and in written form within a defined frame of everyday situations in the cultural context of the Spanish speaking world.

    1. Students will have a sense for both oral and written messages by:
    a) properly identifying words and idiomatic expressions
    b) demonstrating the ability to understand the general meaning of simple messages
    c) making logical connections between elements of a message.

    2. The ability to orally express a simple message through
    a) the appropriate use of simple linguistic structures in independent clauses
    b) the appropriate application of basic grammar rules
    c) the use of verbs in the present indicative tense
    d) the appropriate use of basic vocabulary and idiomatic expressions
    e) intelligible pronunciation
    f) coherent linking of basic sentences in dialogues.

    3. The ability to write a simple text through
    a) the appropriate use of simple linguistic structures in independent clauses
    b) the appropriate use of basic grammar rules
    c) the use of verbs in the present indicative tense
    d) the appropriate use of basic vocabulary and idiomatic expressions
    e) coherent linking of basic sentences.

    This course promotes consistent interaction among students. We expect you to use and understand oral and written Spanish in a gradually increasing number of real life situations and to acquire additional knowledge in areas of interest to you as you progress.

    After this course you should manage the following in Spanish:
    - Meet and greet people
    - Introduce people
    - Read and pronounce the Spanish alphabet
    - Order something to eat and drink
    - Discuss likes and dislikes
    - Find out about other people
    - Talk about possessions
    - Describe your family
    - Read and write short descriptive texts about people
    - Understand people talking about themselves and their families
    - Identify and locate places in a city or town
    - Express your wishes and preferences
    - Talk about how you or someone else feels
    - Tell the time
    - Communicate with others about your daily activities and those of your friends
    - Talk about daily routines, etc.

  • Methodology

    Oral communication one-on-one
    Dialogues (prepared and spontaneous)
    Reading activities
    Personalized writing activities
    Listening comprehension activities
    Grammar and vocabulary applied in context

  • Communicative Approach

    We use the communicative approach in all our lessons. This method focuses on language as a medium of communication and recognises that all communication has a social purpose. The communicative approach gives emphasis on helping the students use a new language in different contexts. The focus is on functional/usable language. Students are encouraged to produce sentences that make sense, rather than grammatically correct and well-pronounced sentences.

    Five features of the Communicative Approach:
    - An emphasis on learning to communicate through interaction in the target language
    - Introducing authentic texts in the learning situation
    - Focus not only on the language, but also on the learning process
    - An enhancement of the learner’s own personal experiences as important contributing elements to classroom learning
    - An attempt to link the classroom language learning with language activities outside the classroom

    Example Activities
    - Role play
    - Interviews
    - Information gap games
    - Board games
    - Learning by teaching
    - Surveys

  • Weekly Schedule

    This is an example of one week's language lessons that gives you a general idea on what you can expect from your stay. The longer your language course, the more in-depth and detail-oriented the lessons will get.

  • Day 1

    Morning lesson: Greetings, countries, nationalities, jobs and occupations, the alphabet, numbers (1-20), months of the year, days of the week. Introducing yourself. Asking about personal information. Game: getting to know your classmates. Afternoon lesson: Revision: Practising a dialogue either with different classmates or with the teacher. Food and drinks. Ordering food at a restaurant. Telling the time. Grammar of the verb 'to be'. Written exercises to consolidate all the new grammar. Role play.

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You will be staying at one of the two Milhouse youth hostels (Hipo & Avenue) in Buenos Aires. Accommodation is in a 6-bed dorm with a private bathroom, or alternatively you can choose to stay in a private room. Strategically located in the core of downtown Buenos Aires, both Milhouse hostels occupy stunning, five-storey 19th century houses, built around a charming, colonial-style atrium. Milhouse has earned its reputation as Buenos Aires’s party king by offering guests the spectacular.

The only hostels in Buenos Aires to provide organized entertainment every day and night of the week - from salsa and tango lessons to tickets to all the football games and most exclusive clubs in Buenos Aires - this is the perfect place to let your hair down and make great friends from all over the world. And, with comfortable beds, spotless rooms, free internet, Wi-Fi access and a full laundry service, it’s a great place to recover too.


No transportation included


Breakfast included

Ekstra information

Homework will be assigned after each lesson to ensure enough practice is provided. On days when the class is conducted outside, all expenses such as coffees, drinks, food, bus/tube tickets, museum tickets and some taxi rides, will be paid in cash by the students. Teachers will not be able to reimburse or compensate a student for a missed lesson.

There is an informal meeting every week where you will have an opportunity to talk with the Milhouse team about your Spanish lessons.