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Spanish Courses

at St George International

St George International offers a wide range of Spanish courses that can take place at our school, in your office or in your home. All taught by qualified native Spanish teachers.

 

Private Spanish Tuition

Private lesson

Private Tuition is a great way to really get to grips with your language objectives and focus on what you want to achieve. We have two private tuition options:

Private Spanish Lessons (Flexible Private Tuition)

Intensive Spanish course (Intensive and Super Intensive options)

 

 

Study Spanish abroad

What better way to learn Spanish and improve your skills in a foreign language than by spending some time in the country where it is spoken. Students can choose to study Spanish abroad.

Read more about study Spanish abroad

Our Partner Schools are located in: Barcelona, Madrid, Malaga, Salamanca

 

Spanish In-Company Group Courses

SGI has a vast amount of experience in delivering in-company group Spanish courses all over the UK. Read more about our Spanish In-company group courses

 

Spanish Tips

Hello/Hi (informal) - Hola (OH-lah)
Have a good day - Que pase un buen día (keh PAH-seh un BWEHN DEE-ah)
How are you? (informal) - ¿Cómo estás? (KOH-moh ehs-TAHS?)
What is your name? (informal) - ¿Cómo te llamas? (KOH-moh TEH YAH-mahs?)
Nice to meet you - Encantado/a (ehn-kahn-TAH-doh/ehn-kahn-TAH-dah)
Who are you? (informal) - ¿Quién eres? (KYEN EH-rehs?)
Thank you - Gracias (GRAH-syahs)

 

Spanish lesson of the month

Spanish lesson

The Spanish Alphabet and pronunciation

The Spanish alphabet has got five vowels (a, e, i, o, u) and 22 consonants. The most particular one is the letter ñ which sounds as the “gn” in lasagne.

One of the great things about the Spanish language is that it is pronounced as it is written so there are no chances of getting it wrong. Once you’ve learned the sounds you are able to read any text to perfection.

The Vowels

The sound of the vowels is always the same one.

A as a in cat
E as e in elephant
I as i in pins
O as o in Oh, oh!
U as in put