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RESERVE YOUR SPANISH COURSE AND WE INVITE YOU TO A MEDITERRANEAN FOOD!!

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Dénia is, for the second consecutive year, the Unesco Creative City of Gastronomy and to celebrate, we want to invite you to a meal with typical Mediterranean food in a highly recommended restaurant.

Enjoy a Spanish course in Denia and try a typical Mediterranean dish for free in Denia!

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 AUTUMN DISCOUNT

1 week course and accommodation FREE

Autumn has begun and with the changing of the season we are launching new offers.

We have a discount in INTENSIVE SPANISH COURSES IN DENIA. You can take advantage of this discount with out without accommodation.

Enjoy one week studying Spanish in Denia totally free!

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1 WEEK COURSE FREE

- Book 4 weeks and we will give you 1 week free

1 WEEK COURSE AND ACCOMMODATION FREE

- Book a 4 week course with accommodation and stay for 5. (We will gift you an extra week)

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In our Spanish courses our students practice real situations. One of them is to get lost in a foreign city. To understand the people of the country is very important in this situation, so we have created a list of useful vocabulary for you.

 VOCABULARY IN SPANISH TO ASK FOR THE WAY:

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ASK FOR DIRECTIONS
¿Cómo llego a…? - How do I get to…?
¿Dónde está el…? - Where is the…?
¿Voy bien por aqui? - Is this the right way?
Estoy perdido. - I got lost.
Perdone/a - Excuse me

CARDIAL POINTS:
Norte - North
Sur – South
Este - East
Oeste - West

IT IS…
Aquí al lado - Just around the corner
En frente de… - In front of…
Al lado de - On one side
En medio de- In the middle
Al centro - In the centre
Alrededor de - Around
Aquí - Here
Allí - There
Cerca de - Near
Lejos de - Far

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What do you think of when you hear “Spanish food”? You may think of Paella and Churros, but there are so many dishes that are typical for Spain and especially for Valencia! We have created a list of delicious spanish dishes that are worth a try. Make sure to try them while studying Spanish at our school!

GAZPACHO

Spanish tomato soup

is dish is made by blending together the ripest tomatoes with olive oil, garlic, bread, cucumber and peppers. This is then served in glasses or bowls after being chilled in the fridge. This makes for a very refreshing soup or drink. It is very popular in Andalucia, Southern Spain and most people have it every day during summer and you can always find a jug on the counter in tapas bars. In Cordoba they have a similar but thicker version which you need to try. It is often served with chunks of Iberico ham on top.

 

ALBÓNDIGAS

Spanish meatballs

This is a very typical item on any tapas menu, albondigas, or meatballs in tomato sauce, can be found all over Spain. An alternative, but equally tasty, version consists of serving the meatballs with an almond sauce, without tomatoes.

CHURROS CON CHOCOLATE

Spanish churros with chocolate

If you have a sweet tooth then you will love churros con chocolate! These long, fried, sugary sticks of dough are served with a cup of thick Spanish hot chocolate for dipping the churros.

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23 Common Questions in Spanish

It’s always hard to talk to someone you don’t know yet and it’s even more difficult to talk to someone who speaks another language. Sometimes a few simple questions can help to have a conversation and with the following examples you’ll have no trouble making small talk with native speakers.

Here you can find 23 common questions in Spanish in order to start a conversation.

BASIC CONVERSATION WITH SOMEONE NEW

To start, here are some typical questions in Spanish to start the conversation. These are questions you would ask in any language such as their name, where they’re from or asking for help.

Making friends

1. ¿Cómo te llamas? – What’s your name?
Examples:
1. Me llamo Maria. ¿Y tú, cómo te llamas? My name is Maria. And what’s your name?
2. Soy Juan, encantado. I’m Juan. Nice to meet you.

2. ¿De dónde eres? – Where are you from?
Examples:
1. ¿De dónde es usted? Where are you from?
2. Soy de Francia. I’m from France.

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