Many people feel like dancing, travelling, taking pictures or having dinner with friends during summer, anything but study. We know this happens so we propose you come to study Spanish in a different and fun way in our Valencia school: a city where you will also be able to enjoy Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias (City of Arts and Sciences), of Formula 1 and a lot of history.
In our school you can learn Spanish without even noticing, as our active Spanish courses, the language is taught in a frame related to our culture, that is, learning Flamenco, digital photography and cooking.
What are these courses like? In summary…
Spanish course + Flamenco: it has a 10 hour duration. From Monday to Friday, from 6.30 pm to 8.30 pm (you don’t have to get up at early hours!), reduced groups. You will learn about the history, the theory and the aesthetics of Sevillanas so you can practice. The mastery of art begins with knowledge.
Spanish course + digital photography: for two hours a day from Monday to Friday you will leanr how to use a digital camera so you can get its maximum potential and get fantastic pictures of the city of Valencia. The timetable is also from 6.30 pm to 8.30 pm (so you can rest in the mornings and soak in all you are learning). We don’t only teach the theory; we also go out to the streets to practice. You have to bring your own camera though.
Spanish course + cooking: Without a doubt one of our students’ favorite. In this weekly course you will not only learn the specific vocabulary of a chef, you will also prepare delicious rice, desserts, gazpachos and taste wine like an expert sommelier. The Mediterranean diet will hold no secrets for you.
So now you know: if you want, you can surprise your friends and family speaking in Spanish, dancing Sevillanas, taking great pictures that they can keep forever of prepare an unforgettable meal with Iberian inspiration, from studying Spanish in our Enforex school in Valencia.
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