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One Semester of Spanish – Love Song

Posted on July 11, 2011 by under Things to Do.    

We took a break on Monday for the holiday, but we were back at Spanish Horizons again today to learn some more Español. I’m not fluent yet, but I’m hoping that I will be before long. At least I know how to count past ten, unlike the guy in the video above. Then again, our numbers in Bisaya are the same as they are in Spanish so it’s not really anything new. LOL.

For those of you who want to learn how to speak Spanish, Spanish Horizons is conducting a couple of free sessions on August 6, 2011 as a fundraising event for Partners for Wichita. There will be two 45-minute learning sessions held that Saturday. The 1 PM session is “Survivor Spanish” – ideal if you are traveling or just want to know the basics. The 2 PM session is “Spanish on the Street” – which will focus more on more informal Spanish speaking skills.

Alejandro’s will provide chips and salsa. I think margaritas will be served also. This is a free event for those who are donating school supplies (cash donations are also welcome), but space is limited so registration is required. If you are interested, please remember to register on the Spanish Horizons web site!

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