Argentina’s capital Buenos Aires is the perfect place to start your journey in South America. And the best way to kick your journey off is by learning some Spanish, giving you the opportunity to get the most of this great continent. So what could be better than joining our high quality language courses in the heart of lovely Buenos Aires, including accommodation at one of the amazing Milhouse hostels where you will have a chance to practice your newly found Spanish skills as well as hang out with young people from all over the world.
This course is meant for travellers wanting to do a group course.
- Daily Spanish lessons: Your lessons will be held at a Spanish school which is four blocks away from the Milhouse Avenue Hostel.
- Accommodation at one of the Milhouse Hostels
This is an example of one week's language lessons that gives you a general idea on what you can expect from your stay. There are 4 hours of lessons daily (in two blocks: morning/afternoon) five days a week. The longer your language course, the more in-depth and detail-oriented the lessons will get.
The weekly schedule covers the following areas:
- Class activities on different topics
- Sociocultural contents
Activities: Getting to know the working material, talking about the course and its objectives. Giving and asking for personal information (formal and informal). Greetings and saying goodbye. Communicating in the class. Vocabulary: Numbers 0-20, meals and drinks, jobs and professions, the alphabet, nationalities, countries and classroom objects.
Activities: Giving and asking for personal information. Going shopping. Giving reasons of what we do. Talking about others. Ordering food and drinks at a restaurant. Giving and asking for information about meals. Vocabulary: Adjectives, numbers 0-100, meals and drinks.
Activities: Talking about locations of places. Spare time activities. Vocabulary: Hobbies and interests, meals and drinks, countries and cities.
Activities: Talking about neighbourhoods, towns and cities. Describing places. Giving and asking for directions. Expressing existence. Talking about the weather. Vocabulary: Shops and public buildings in the city. Descriptive adjectives of places. Countries and cities, languages, numbers from 100 onwards, the weather.
You will be staying at one of the two Milhouse youth hostels (Hipo & Avenue) in Buenos Aires. Accommodation is in a 6-bed dorm with a private bathroom, or alternatively you can choose to stay in a private room. Strategically located in the core of downtown Buenos Aires, both Milhouse hostels occupy stunning, five-storey 19th century houses, built around a charming, colonial-style atrium. Milhouse has earned its reputation as Buenos Aires’s party king by offering guests the spectacular.
The only hostels in Buenos Aires to provide organized entertainment every day and night of the week - from salsa and tango lessons to tickets to all the football games and most exclusive clubs in Buenos Aires - this is the perfect place to let your hair down and make great friends from all over the world. And, with comfortable beds, spotless rooms, free internet, Wi-Fi access and a full laundry service, it’s a great place to recover too.
No transportation included
Homework will be assigned after each lesson to ensure enough practice is provided. On days when the class is conducted outside, all expenses such as coffees, drinks, food, bus/tube tickets, museum tickets and some taxi rides, will be paid in cash by the students. Teachers will not be able to reimburse or compensate a student for a missed lesson.
Every week there will be an informal meeting for our clients, where there will be an opportunity to talk with a member of the Milhouse team about their Spanish lessons or volunteering programs.