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Mar

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Let’s chat: Friendly Spanish at Moo

They say that the best way to learn and improve a language is to be immersed in it. They are right. By being continuously exposed to it people can retain vocabulary, phrases and structures, and even more when they are having fun! We’d like to invite everyone to our Spanish language experience: Let’s chat, Friendly […]

28
Jan

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Spanish language seminar

Special seminar: Learn the vocabulary of Love and Flirt with us!

If you’re celebrating St Valentine’s Day or if you prefer the Anti-Valentine’s parties, you definitely ought to attend our special seminar: How to flirt in Spanish for Beginners and Advanced students. We won’t teach you how to do it, but we will provide you with all the necessary vocabulary and slang expressions plus how to […]

22
Dec

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Alumbrados - Avenida la Playa

Colombia: Medellín lights up for Christmas

The celebration of Christmas is a curious mix of Christian and pagan traditions in Europe, and indeed has absorbed many influences from other cultures in its unparalleled spread across the globe. As such, its festivities exhibit some parallels, but equally manifest themselves in manners completely unique to a particular region. Latin America is particularly rich […]

26
Nov

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Brixton's Ritzy Cinema

London: The Argentine Film Festival 2014

Weary of the same old multiplex blockbusters? Stuck for weekend ideas yet cannot quite face the tumultuous task of Christmas shopping? London residents take note – the Argentine Film Festival is back for its third outing from 27th to 30th November. Both sides of the river will be represented, with both the Ritzy Cinema in […]

06
Aug

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Rodrigo Y Gabriela: Taking the Hispanic scene by storm

Rodrigo y Gabriela are one of the most distinctive musical duos of recent years, with their classical guitar-based popular music based on an eclectic assortment of styles. Their music truly evades categorisation under one genre, but rather draws on new and old world influences such as flamenco, rumba and even heavy rock, as reflected by […]

23
May

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Friendly Spanish event: Argentine slang

As Friendly Spanish students, we are lucky enough to be able to take part in the language school’s own events where we meet other learners, relax with a drink and expand our Spanish in an informal and refreshing context. This week, Friendly Spanish’s very own Julieta bravely took it upon herself to guide us willing […]

22
Apr

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Gabriel García Márquez: Five lesser known facts

Gabriel García Márquez: Five lesser known facts

Gabriel García Márquez sadly passed away last week, at home in Mexico City. The death of this renowned author and literary icon has prompted reflections on his talent and legacy all across the globe, with commentators worldwide participating in a chorus of praise to cement the writer’s legacy. Márquez, it is now affirmed, has outsold everything published […]

04
Apr

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Lollapalooza Festival

Lollapalooza Chile: The City of Santiago Goes Festival Mad

The last few decades since the fall of Pinochet have seen calm and relative prosperity in Chile, allowing its capital Santiago to transform itself into a cosmopolitan, liberal and exciting metropolis. Many visitors remark that along with Buenos Aires, Santiago is by far the most European of South American capital cities with its strong Spanish […]

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