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Making Language Learning Effective and Fun since 2001

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Practical Spanish Conversational Courses
Using Sight First™ Methodology

In this series based on the Destinos videos, we utilize a balanced approach to language learning for adults, which we call Sight First.™  After early adulthood, our learning shifts from an auditory dimension to visual.  We teach you the four basic language skills in each lesson.  We start with the skill of reading, progress to writing, then listening and finally speaking.  Thus the same material is properly balanced in the four different skill areas necessary in order to gain mastery of the language.  …further explanation…

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Landscape and Associated Trades Series

This pair of conversational courses of eight weeks each is for owners and supervisors of landscape, construction, construction clean up, janitorial services and property management concerns.  …more…

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En Realidad 

Conversational Series with Travel Emphasis and Simplified Grammar

These courses start from the basics of the language with a concentration on travel situations in both courses.  Vocabulary is presented in the context of a continuing story in our texts, En Realidad, Books One and Two …details and availability…

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Intensive Immersion  Program

In this program, the entire time is spent in the Spanish language.  If you have studied Spanish in the past but need to upgrade your speaking skills and usable vocabulary, this program is for you.

The books used depend on the level and emphasis the student desires and needs.

Please call the Director at 480-596-0366 for more information.

Advanced Review and Reading Program

The novella, El Bastón, contained within the Temas y Lemas text, goes back to the Spanish Civil War and traces the character of Librada de la Vega and her half-Basque husband, Narciso Carrillo Arizgoiti, as they face the inevitable moral conflicts of war.

Through the story an intermediate to advanced review of the Spanish language is presented.  More vocabulary and phrases are presented in the context of the story as well as more advanced role play situations at the end of each chapter. 


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