What are intensive Spanish courses like at Route 66 Idiomas?
– A maximum of 6 students per intensive Spanish course-
We aim to enable you to express yourself as quickly as possible: that’s why we place so much emphasis on spoken communication in our intensive Spanish courses. Being able to speak a language and make others understand you is crucial: what good is learning grammar if you can’t use it when it’s time to talk?
Learning Spanish doesn’t just happen in the classroom. Sometimes we go out to learn on the street. For example, as part of our intensive Spanish courses we often visit Valencia Central Market where we study food vocabulary in a more practical setting, or we go on tours around the city centre.
After trying different textbooks over the years, we believe that ¡Nos vemos! (A1, A2, B1, B2), published by Difusión, and Nuevo Prisma (C1, C2), published by Edinumen, are the ones that best suit our students’ needs.
But we have to keep in mind that there is no such thing as one perfect textbook: that’s why we use others too. Our teachers bring additional materials to class to help students improve all their language skills, such as material from other books, games, short films, documentaries and newspaper articles.
It doesn’t matter whether you want to learn in a group or take private classes. Our teachers can guide you through the learning process to make sure it is as effective and as fast as possible.
Of course, if you have any questions, we would be more than happy to answer them.
Details of intensive Spanish courses
Details of super-intensive Spanish courses
If 4 hours of classes a day do not fit into your schedule, please ask us for information about our alternative courses. We also offer long term Spanish courses (3 hours a week).
More questions? Please ask us.
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