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ImmerseMe membership when you enrol*

By Laura D'Amico | 2 years ago

We are offering a 12-month membership when you enrol in a course, this is Term 2, 3 & 4 2018 – valued at $120 per annum. What is ImmerseMe? ImmerseMe is a VR based language learning. We think this is an excellent tool to be able to practice your speaking alongside your course and that…

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What did you do on your holidays? – ¿Que hiciste en tus vacaciones?

By Laura D'Amico | 5 years ago

I just came back from the most amazing holidays. Thanks Celia & Gisella for covering my classes!! I was thinking how to make a useful post to talk about my holidays in Spanish, of course and came across with this great video on YouTube (great to hear a different accent too!) How to work with…

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South American destinations in the New Zealand Herald

By Laura D'Amico | 8 years ago

Farmhand Bilinga takes no nonsense from sheep being penned for drenching and vaccinations. Photo / Geoff Cumming In the Uruguayan countryside, Geoff Cumming embraces the philosophy of South America’s original cowboys. Click here to read the  article in the New Zealand Herald. Your first glimpse of Machu Picchu can never be recreated. Photo / Getty Images…

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Links between New Zealand & Latin America & Spain

By Laura D'Amico | 9 years ago

If you are interested in information about the relationships between New Zealand and Latin America & Spain the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade produces and maintains information papers for Latin American countries and Spain . The papers contain information on the bilateral relationships and also general information on the countries as well as links…

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Why learn Spanish?

By Laura D'Amico | 9 years ago

*Spanish is one of the three most widely spoken languages in the world (after Mandarin and English). It originated in Spain and it is now spoken by more than 425 million people in more than 20 different countries in four continents. *Spanish is the official language in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican…

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