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Las Terrenas, Samaná.- Las Terrenas Language School has opened its doors in Plaza Beach Garden, Suite 8, second floor, just around the corner from the police station, offering language classes to Las Terrenas and surrounding areas, teaching English, French, German and Spanish courses in the morning and afternoon schedules.

"We want to bring to Las Terrenas affordable quality language courses with immediate results. We are offering Spanish as Foreign Language cycles for those who want to learn our language, and we are providing English, German and French classes for the general population. We also teach occupation specific courses targeted to bank, hotel, store, restaurant personnel, etc., so that the learner can communicate and function successfully in their daily professional duties, “says Mrs. Alma Arellano, Program Coordinator.

Courses are taught by highly qualified professionals in the field of linguistics and language teaching: Professor Guadalupe Espinoza, MA in Teaching English Second Language, Professor Alma Arellano, from the Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM,) Professor Valerie Gantou, graduate in French Studies, and Jesús Iturralde, MA in Linguistics, Georgetown University, Washington, DC. "We applied new approaches to language teaching, focusing on natural language acquisition through a subconscious process which emphasizes communication and the instrumental function of the target language," explains Jesús Iturralde, Academic Director of the school.

For more information visit, in English, Spanish and French; write to, or call the telephone 809 240 6459 or 829 645 7278.

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2 comment(s)
Written by: Atabey, 24 Dec 2012 10:31 AM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--

Excellent, now add Italian and Russian to the mix.
Written by: guillermone, 25 Dec 2012 8:56 PM
From: United States, Bring Back DT Forum
I want to learn chinese subconsciously. Perhaps maybe while I sleep.
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