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Working in South America.: If you are thinking of choosing the best Spanish and TEFL combined course in Buenos Aires as well as Working in South America, Argentina we have well-trained Spanish native instructors with bachelor’s and/or master’s degrees in fields such as linguistics and Spanish literature. Working in South America will start with a good Spanish knowledge, and our Professors, armed with extensive teaching experience, know how to teach Spanish to non-native speakers from all cultural backgrounds and countries.  They have the knowledge and resources to both challenge advanced learners and work patiently with beginners.  In addition to Spanish, they speak English, Italian, French, as well as a variety of other languages.

If you are thinking of Working in South America, we can help you out by offering the best innovative programs. Íbero School in Buenos Aires staff knows that education should be fun as well as enriching, we offer many social programs, outings, free tourist information, local advice and a chance to meet new people. Our internationally accredited TEFL Certificate course in Buenos Aires is for people who want an internationally-recognized TEFL qualification and an up-to-date and practical course of teacher training. Our TEFL course in Buenos Aires runs all year round. The TEFL course is the first step to Working in South America.

Íbero students come from all over the world to enjoy the thriving Buenos Aires attractions, learn Spanish in Argentina and enjoy themselves.  Íbero helps make those goals a reality!

Working in South America. Buenos Aires

First things first, the only way to learn to speak a language, is by actually speaking. And this is the first step to Working in South America, getting to start being familiar with the Spanish language. During your class if you have a question ask in Spanish, when you don´t know how to pronounce a word ask in Spanish, always use the small amount of Spanish you have to engage in speaking. You can study for years, and master all of the grammar rules, but unless you actually practice speaking, you will never speak well. When you are practicing speaking, remember to do it out loud, at normal conversational volume. Make sure you’re comfortable with the fundamentals of the language before tackling the more advanced stuff. It will take you a while to get used to the pronunciation and spelling of a new language, but without a solid understanding of these, you’ll find it very difficult to learn more. Go over each lesson several times, perhaps once in the morning, once in the evening and once several days later. Give your brain time to digest the material, but make sure the gaps between periods of study are not too long, i.e. more than a few weeks, or you’ll forget most of what you’re trying to learn. Make sure you have got to grips with the contents of one lesson before moving on to the next.

Working in South America. Argentina

It is important to approach your beginning Spanish learning endeavor with careful consideration, if you get started right you’ll see immediate significant improvements in your ability to speak with natives, which will encourage you and result in you gladly putting in the necessary time and effort, which will be well-rewarded because you’re putting that time and effort into the correct method that actually works because any truly “correct method” should specifically be designed to get you to converse with native speakers as quickly as possible. How do you do this, one might ask. The answer is quite simple, start off learning from native speakers. Ideally, you should take a course with a native speaker in a native Spanish speaking country. This allows you to learn the language while speaking it and correcting mistakes as you go.

At the Spanish and TEFL 7 week combined course we offer at Íbero Buenos Aires we are passionate about what we do and we believe it is the best possible way to learn Spanish. Every day when you walk out of your classroom you will be able to use the language you just practiced in a real life situation in a city filled with diverse culture and a new opportunity at every corner.