WHETHER you’re learning Spanish on the beach or doing language exchange with the locals, there’s never a dull moment at Blah Blah Blah Academy.
The Pueblo Nuevo-based language school with outposts in Gibraltar, Tarifa and Marbella has a team of 10 highly-qualified teachers tutoring small classes in Spanish, English, French, German, Russian, Arabic and Chinese.
Established three years ago by Barbara Moral, the school promises a fun, flexible, communicative approach with exotic extras such as weekend getaways to San Sebastian and a Michelin-restaurant tour.
“The students are the reason why we are here,” says charming school director and teacher Barbara, who speaks impeccable English.
“Our slogan is ‘We are committed to make them speak’ and that’s exactly what we do by adapting to their learning style and making sure they integrate with the local community,” she explains.
In a recent collaboration between Blah Blah Blah and the Club Mistral in Tarifa, Spanish on the beach was institutionalised to the delight of students – and continues from May to October.
Welcoming kids and adults and offering learning bolstered with cultural activities such as wine tasting, orange-picking and Spanish cooking lessons, Barbara is creative, inspiring and, above all, passionate.
There is an amazing back-to-school party in the autumn and it is clear that having fun goes hand-in-hand with learning for Moral.
“Learning a language is all about communication and our flexibility is key to getting the best out of every student,” she says.
She promises that the school makes learning a language fun, interesting and fast with a focus on what is of interest to the students themselves.
Everyone is welcome so get in touch and make speaking that language you’ve always dreamed of a reality.
Visit Blah Blah Blah Spanish on Facebook, email email@example.com or call 956 796 341
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