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It is found in an area filled with great student energy and activity. Every day after class you will have new opportunities to go exploring and practice all of the Spanish you've learned; making both the location and the school the perfect environment for learning! Our classrooms are spacious, well equipped and filled with international students and the most passionate Spanish teachers.
You will be surrounded not only by international students learning Spanish, but also by students from Madrid learning foreign languages with us.
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You'll meet Spaniards right at the school and be able to chat with them using the Spanish you've learned! You can also relax in the school's courtyard, browse the books available in our library and stay connected with the Wi-Fi available throughout the school. Our school in Madrid is the perfect place to learn Spanish and immerse yourself in Spain.
Yoshida Keisuke The first day I arrived at the school I couldn't speak or understand Spanish, so you can imagine how nervous I was. Even though the class was difficult for me, the teacher was very nice and that made me more comfortable.
Chihiro MatsumotoI was nervous the first day I got to school and had to take the level test. ArinaI had a great first day!
At first I was pretty nervous because I didn't know anyone around me. Swinging, jiving and rocking like very few places in Europe, the capital of Spain offers the almost unique combination of being a large administrative center, with all the services and facilities, that such thing entails, and, at the same time, offering one of the most enthralling entertainment scenes around, packed with all the eccentricities that pertain to a modern metropolis.
So, if you're looking for a Spanish School in Madrid that's just as diverse as the cityyou've found the right place!
Plot[ edit ] Vicky and Cristina visit Barcelona for the summer, staying with Vicky's distant relative Judy and her husband Mark.
While the two are great friends, Vicky is practical and traditional in her approach to love and commitment and is engaged to the reliable Doug, whereas Cristina imagines herself to be a nonconformist, spontaneous but unsure of what she wants from life or love.
At an art exhibition, Cristina is intrigued by artist Juan Antonio, who Judy says has suffered a violent relationship with his ex-wife. Later, he brazenly approaches the two women to invite them to join him right away for the weekend in the city of Oviedoin a small plane he flies himself, for sight-seeing, fine eating and drinking, and hopefully, lovemaking.
Cristina is won over by the offer almost at once, but Vicky is unimpressed and reluctant; she, however, eventually decides to accompany her friend anyway, mainly to watch over her.
At the end of their first day, Vicky refuses to join Juan Antonio in his hotel room, citing her fidelity to Doug, but Cristina accepts his invitation immediately. Before the lovemaking starts, Cristina suddenly falls ill with digestive complaints, and is put to bed, with food poisoning. Vicky and Juan Antonio proceed to spend the weekend together alone while they wait for Cristina to recuperate.
Vicky accompanies him to visit his father, an old poet, and then becomes deeply moved by a Spanish guitar performance later that evening.
She finally succumbs to Juan Antonio's advances as they walk through a grove of trees in the dark. The next day, with Cristina recovered, the three of them fly back to Barcelona.
Feeling guilty, Vicky does not mention the incident to Cristina, and the two begin to grow apart.