Spanish Lessons in Surrey cover the following towns & cities: Chessington, Woking, Weybridge, Surbiton, Epsom, Esher, Tolworth, Berrylands, Claygate, Hincheley Wood, Leatherhead, Guildford, New Malden, Thames Ditton, Hamptom, Teddington, Richmond, Oxshott, Ashtead, Twickenham, Hersham, Ewell, Walton on Thames, Stoneleigh, Cobham, Worcester Park, East Molesey, Wimbledon, Godalming, Farham, in Surrey & London
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By marthajesty, Feb 9 2018 01:39PM
You have probably heard that learning a second language is good for your brain, whether you grow up with it or take lessons as an adult. That is amazing information of course, but I also feel that learning a second language can make us better people all-round. Better learners. Better family members. Better friends...
By marthajesty, Dec 15 2017 12:40PM
If you’ve been reading the news lately, you may have seen lots of articles that recommend learning a new language to reduce the risk of getting dementia. But learning a new language can seem like a big step to some people. It’s also recommended that we keep up with our social and leisure activities, which might seem a bit easier. When you learn Spanish with me, you get to do both!
When people - young, old, employed, retired - learn with me, they look forward to the classes because I make it fun for them. I make it easy. We dance, we eat, we chat, we listen to music. They come to see me because I help them forget about the stress of learning, or the stress of exams if they are taking them. I’ll say to them, “imagine you are in a café in Spain, how will you ask for a coffee?”