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Spanish Lessons?

Postby josiewales » Wed, 16 Nov 2005 2:21 pm

Hi does anybody know of anyone who gives or is willing to give Spanish lessons in Singapore ?
Take it easy,
Joey

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Postby guruvishwanath » Wed, 16 Nov 2005 2:41 pm

From Ireland, uh! Used to work for an Irish company for 4 years (a few years ago). Took a picture with Larry Mullen in Dublin about 5 years ago.

Well, there are schools that teach spanish. Las Lilas, In Lingua, or even NUS for that matter. Search www.yahoo.com.sg and you will get their names and contact details!

Mucho Gusto! Hasta luego!
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spanish lessons

Postby aphrodite....not » Thu, 17 Nov 2005 2:02 pm

u might want to check out Las Lillas

Tel. (65) 6333 3484
Fax (65) 6333 3241
emaseras@laslilasschool.com
http://www.laslilasschool.com

plus they have meet-ups & gatherings all the time.

good luck

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Postby Bonbon » Thu, 17 Nov 2005 6:05 pm

Hi Joey,

I only just startd my spanish basic class with YMCA, it's $189 inclu. of GST for 9 sessions. It only just started last week. You haven't missed much, feel free to join!

adieos

ps. there's homework, and the teacher is this hot maxican chick. :wink: And strictly no English in the class! good fun! hard work! :???: :???:

Bonnie! :)

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spanish classess by native speaker

Postby ikasia » Mon, 21 Nov 2005 3:12 pm

Hi!

I am willing to teach you Spanish! Actually, this morning I had just sent a message to another expat website offering Spanish tuition.

I am Spanish, and I am moving to SG this week or next week, and I would be happy to give one to one or group tuition in my spare time.

This is my email, just send me an email, and I can contact you

rebequisima@gmail.com

marta

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laslilas

Postby carantani » Wed, 30 Nov 2005 5:49 pm

hey there,


i heard very good reviews about laslilas...

cheers

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Someones on Commission

Postby josiewales » Tue, 06 Dec 2005 11:39 am

"I heard very good reviews about Las Lillas".......
Las Lillas employee by any chance!
Take it easy,

Joey

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Postby Zuex » Tue, 28 Nov 2006 9:27 pm

Bonbon wrote:Hi Joey,

I only just startd my spanish basic class with YMCA, it's $189 inclu. of GST for 9 sessions. It only just started last week. You haven't missed much, feel free to join!

adieos

ps. there's homework, and the teacher is this hot maxican chick. :wink: And strictly no English in the class! good fun! hard work! :???: :???:

Bonnie! :)




Hi there....this is interesting. My concern is conversational spanish. Not any exam orientated thingy. Where is YMCA. Hot mexican chick is a plus.

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Spanish lessons given

Postby ikasia » Wed, 29 Nov 2006 5:50 pm

Hi,

I give spanish tuition (I am Spanish) one to one, or small groups (max 4 people). If anyone is interested just PM me.

I am actually starting a 'seudo' beginners group next week.

Gracias!

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Hola Bonbon

Postby ShanGk » Mon, 19 Feb 2007 10:42 pm

Bonbon wrote:Hi Joey,

I only just startd my spanish basic class with YMCA, it's $189 inclu. of GST for 9 sessions. It only just started last week. You haven't missed much, feel free to join!

adieos

ps. there's homework, and the teacher is this hot maxican chick. :wink: And strictly no English in the class! good fun! hard work! :???: :???:

Bonnie! :)


Hey buddy!

By this time, u shud have completed ur course..

Thanks for the info, will go in person to chk that out

Btwn, is it worth it doin there and is it interactive..

wats the duration and did u feel the difference after the course.

were u a beginer while takin the course?

are u able to speak espanol now

gracias de antemano

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Postby poetry in motion » Mon, 26 Feb 2007 10:38 am

FYI, they are currently screening Mexican Films at The Arts House until 4 Mar 2007

http://theartshouse.com.sg/event_detail ... php?id=547

8-)


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