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Posts Tagged: language immersion
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The communities along Sosua’s coast take work and play very seriously, and you’ll find that Sosua is a sunny and unforgettable place for Spanish immersion!
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By Alisa W., guest blogger studying Spanish in Playa del Carmen, Mexico When I arrived at mi familias casa in Playa del Carmen I was very nervous. When I walked in the entrance, the entire family was sitting around the table, and then I was overwhelmed! After introducing myself, my papa showed me to my… Read more »
By Ashley C., guest blogger studying French in Lyon, France I’ve been taking Spanish classes for like six years, and I barely know how to say anything. I’ve been taking French for about four weeks, and I know how to say nearly everything I want to say. The difference? Spanish is harder than French. Just kidding!… Read more »
Newsweek recently published a study of health, education, economy, and politics to rank the world's top countries. Go to Newsweek's Interactive Map. How do AmeriSpan's study abroad locations stack up? Overall#2 Switzerland: Overall, if you would like to experience the country that ranks #2 on Newsweek's list, study abroad in Switzerland. With a 99% literacy… Read more »
By Angela B., AmeriSpan Delegate, studying Spanish in Uruguay Ok, so everything here in Uruguay is still great. We didn't advance much further in the world cup but these Uruguayos are more than happy to be in 4th place. They held a huge parade, like a caravan to welcome the players back into the country. They… Read more »
By Ashley C., guest blogger studying French in Lyon, France While riding the Metro during my first few days in Lyon (it?s a wonderful Metro, by the way), I sat across from a couple who were speaking in sign language. Here I was, just a little ways away from them, feeling very isolated from the general… Read more »
By Josephine K., guest blogger studying Korean in Seoul After spending a week in your Korean class the weekend is the perfect opportunity to unwind and explore the city. There are so many options but my favorite weekend evening has go to be going to a theatrical show. The first show that I went to,… Read more »