Meetup aimed at learners of Spanish language, lovers of Spanish culture, and teachers of Spanish who want to delve deeper in to any aspect of contemporary life in Spain.
Learning another language is always a challenge, and keeping up with a language you’ve learnt in the past, or taking what you’ve learnt in the classroom out into the real world is not easy.
This is one of the reasons why I started this Spanish conversation group, to provide a solution for "How on earth do I keep up with my Spanish?" It’s also become a place for Spaniards and hispanophones expats to take a break from speaking English, and get to know some Dublin locals.
The aim of the group is to host from one to three events per week in Dublin.
How do I attend events?
1. Sign-up as a member at Spanish Workshops- it’s free!
2. Join our Meetup group!
3. RSVP for events you’d like to attend.
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Our Spanish Culture conversation events - the details
1. All attendees are members of Spanish Workshops, and the Spanish Culture Workshop - Dublin group on Meetup.
2. Our events are only open to members of this group (and your guests, only when you attend). All attendees must RSVP on Meetup before attending.
3. Price: 5€ for regular Meetup members.
What level of Spanish is required? Who can come along?
You’ll find the answers to these questions (and many others) on our French conversation group FAQ page.
We’ll look forward to seeing you at our next event!
Muchas gracias y hasta pronto,
María Ortega García
Fundadora http://www.mariaortegagarcia.com and http://spanishworkshops.net
The organiser María Ortega García studied her degree in Arts in the University of Burgos (Spain) and finished her masters in Scenery Arts in 2010 followed by lecturing and publishing in the field of Performing Arts. She has also been trained as a teacher of 'Spanish as a Foreign Language' and holds the 'DELE Examiner' certification both from Instituto Cervantes (Dublin).
María also teaches Spanish online, find out more about her and her teaching book/resources here: http://www.mariaortegagarcia.com