Hope you are all fine!
Here comes Aldaïr’s las tip before leaving Barcelona
Today, I actually realised I have two weeks left in Barcelona, and that I’d have, once back home, to start thinking about what my next steps will be. Now that my Spanish is getting better, I guess my English and Spanish class at school can be sufficient, and I will keep on “trying”, for the eighth year now, to learn some German. As my school does not give Spanish AND German lessons, I guess I will just have to learn it on my own, after school.
To be honest, Camino Barcelona made me think about that possibility. I’m not saying I didn’t know that evening language lessons exist; but that when I was starting to explain how our evening lessons work to a student visiting our school, I realised that it would be foolish of me to wait until the end of my studies to practice a language, if I could do it while I’m studying.
What Camino proposes here is a course targeting different types of people, that have one thing in common: they need to have short lessons in the evening.
The school proposes part-time Spanish evening lessons, starting the 26th of September, to people who want to come to Barcelona and just try something new. From students to working people, this option allows you to come, two evenings per week, and learn some Spanish with other people and professional teachers, yet still having the whole day for you.
In my case, I actually did that when I lived in London one year ago. Every week, for two months, I was having English classes with other foreigners, to improve my communication skills. I think it really helped me find my job there!
So, whether you’re in Barcelona or planning on coming here at some point, don’t forget that you can still keep on improving, even if your days are filled.