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Re: Spansh books

Post by poetry in motion » Tue, 25 Dec 2007 12:19 am

BrownLeo wrote:Where can I get some "Basic Spanish" books in Singapore?
You can get Spanish grammar, vocabulary, conjugated verbs, language CDs, etc, from any major book store like Kinokuniya, Borders or MPH.

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Post by warmvanillasugar » Tue, 25 Dec 2007 9:21 am

i want to learn spanish..please send me details, mavic_5_24@yahoo.com

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Post by hei guess what » Mon, 31 Dec 2007 10:18 pm

These schools offer Spanish classes

Las Lilas http://www.laslilasschool.com/
[Las Lilas prepares students for Spain’s official DELE (Diplomas de Español como Lengua Extranjera/Diploma in Spanish as a Foreign Language) examination.]

Berlitz http://www.berlitz.com.sg/
BridgeSA http://www.bridgesa.net/LearnSpanish.html
Cambridge http://www.cambridge.com.sg/languages/spanish.htm
Coleman http://www.amigosenclase.com/
inlingua http://www.inlinguaasia.com/pt_spanish.htm
NUS Extension http://www.nus.edu.sg/nex/lllan00137.htm

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hola

Post by mia.magia » Thu, 06 Mar 2008 9:57 am

hello! I too am quite interested to practice my spanish. I took spanish lessons back home but I am afraid my spanish has grown quite rusty now. :( Would very much appreciate joining a forum and practice it again. :)

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Post by mulffett » Thu, 11 Sep 2008 6:46 pm

Has anyone attended Las Lilas or Bridge SA? Or did anyone experience good private tuition?

I am a total beginner, trying to catch up some vocabs on the webbie like Hola, Buenas Noches, Como Esta (usted), Querio ir al cine... it seems fun!!!

My goal is to be able to converse in Spanishand learn up to 400 words in 3 months time.

I think having an good tutor and group of friends to share the learning path is the secret to learn a new language. I would love to teach as I learn, teaching is re-learning!!!

Please share your experience (s)!!!!

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Post by SolitaryReaper » Thu, 18 Sep 2008 10:39 am

Hi!
Ive been trying to pick uo spanish for a while (3-4mionths) . But havent joined any classes so progress is rather slow. Been teaching myself for a few months. CDs, Books, Turning on spanish subtitles on moveis i watch etc. Its a lot more effective than i would have imained. So you could give it shot. and having someone around who speaks is really useful. i agree!


Hablo un poco espanol. Was planning to take the test at Las lIlas, to see which level i may be put into. Havent been able to download the price list from the site though.

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Hi I'm Paula and I'm from Spain

Post by Paulacobi » Thu, 23 Oct 2008 9:56 pm

Hi:
I have moved to Singapure with my boyfriend two weeks ago.

I need to practise my english because it isn´t good.

If you want we could practise english and spanish?

My mail is paulacobi@gmail.com

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