HAVE YOU MOVED OR ARE YOU GOING TO MOVE TO SPAIN WITH YOUR FAMILY AND YOU DON’T SPEAK SPANISH WELL?
You may probably feel frustrated for not being able to communicate in Spanish with others and feel that you don’t have enough tools to face the different communicative situations that life presents you just as taking part in a conversation in Spanish in a natural way, making new friends, looking for a job or facing a meeting at school or with the pediatrician.
Do you want to enroll in a language school to solve this problem but they don’t stay with you rhythm and lifestyle?
Many times women with young children, especially expatriates, have to juggle activities and events after becoming a mother.
Don’t worry, language schools are not your only option to learn Spanish, there is a better way that allows you to bring together your learning with motherhood.
I KNOW YOU NEED TO LEARN SPANISH, BUT YOU ALSO NEED…
✓ Flexible schedules where you can modify and cancel classes whenever you want.
✓ A school with a kid-friendly and mother-friendly philosophy. A space where the unforeseen circumstances of raising children in low age are accepted without any problem.
✓ 100% personalized learning designed to your specific needs.
✓ An active and meaningful learning methodology where the contents worked during a class are then applied in your real life situations as a woman and expatriate mother. I help you learn the language in a natural way, through authentic activities and materials.
✓ Control specific strategies to lose the fear of speaking in Spanish, working mainly on oral skills and getting the most out of conversation classes.
✓ An accredited native teacher with experience in teaching Spanish to accompany you throughout your learning process.
✓ Work on the social and cultural competencies of Spanish in order to understand the language and its customs in a more global way.
✓ Create a support network with other women who are in the same situation as you. Being in contact with other women who share your same reality contributes to living a more pleasant expatriation and reducing the feeling of loneliness that is often experienced in motherhood.
ALL THIS AND MUCH MORE YOU WILL FIND IN HABLA COMAMA