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Would you like to learn Spanish, but you don´t have the time to attend a regular Spanish intensive course?

We can offer you a Spanish course for a specific purpose. The content and structure of the course is flexible according to your needs.

This course is perfect for students who have moved to Uruguay and have to work or study during the day and so wish to balance their Spanish studies with their work/study priorities.

We offer one to one or semi-private lessons, tailored to the student´s special requirements. You don´t necessarily need to take lessons every day.

Lessons can be taught at the school (La Herradura), the student´s home or at the student´s workplace during the day, afternoon, or evening.

What kind of course can you book?:

Preparation for a special exam

Preparation for a business trip abroad

Preparation for students starting university in Uruguay

Preparation to obtain your residency or passport document.

If you are interested, please contact us by mail: info@spanish-herradura.com, or WhatsApp: +59899252781

We look forward to hearing from you!

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Hoy “La Celeste” se clasificó para cuartos de final en la copa del mundo de Rusia 2018. Los Uruguayos se juntaron en sus casas, plazas, mercados, restaurantes y después de la victoria salieron a festejar a la calle. 

La canción más popular que los uruguayos cantan al alentar es… Cielo de un solo color…en el alma está guardado

Today “La Celeste” qualified for the quarter finals at the 2018 World Cup in Russia. The Uruguayans gathered in their homes, squares, markets, restaurants and after the victory many of them went out to celebrate on the streets

The most popular song that Uruguayans sing when they cheer is: Sky of a single color … in the soul is saved

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Hoy, 19 de junio es una fecha importante en Uruguay, ya que fue el desembarco de los 33 Orientales, ocurrido el 19 de abril de 1825. Los orientales (nombre histórico de los luchadores uruguayos), que querían liberar el país de los brasileños, decidieron buscar apoyo para hacerlo. es un feriado en Uruguay. Se conmemora el desembarco de los 33 orientales. Leer más

Today, June 19th, is an important date in Uruguay, since it was the landing of the 33 Orientales, which took place on April 19, 1825. The orientals (historical name of the Uruguayan fighters), who wanted to liberate the country from the Brazilians, decided to seek support to do so. Read more

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En La Foresta un pueblo costera a unos 54km de Montevideo, tienes que pedalear para tomar un jugo natural. El emprendimiento Pura Vida recorre la playa ofreciendo a los consumidores producir sus propios licuados pedealeando. Los productos elegidos son orgánicos. Las opciones frutales disponibles son durazno, frutilla, ananá, piña, sandía y banana. Cada licuado se hace con dos de esas frutas. El hielo se agrega aparte, ya que al no tener el apoyo de la energía eléctrica puede ser algo demasiado duro para la licuadora. El azúcar va a gusto, aunque la intención es usar poca.

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In La Floresta, a coastal village at 54km from Montevideo, you have to pedal to drink a natural juice. Pura Vida is the name of this project offering this service along the beach. You can produce your own smoothie by pedeling. The products chosen are organic and the available fruit options are peach, strawberry, pineapple, watermelon and banana. Each liquefied is made with two of these fruits. The ice is added separately, since not having the support of electrical power the ice can be too hard for the blender. The sugar is added according to the individual taste, although the intention is to use little,.

 

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¡Nos hemos dormido! Pasaron dos meses sin enviarles noticias. Podríamos decirles que es por falta de tiempo, falta de concentración, falta de ganas, falta de…. pero no, usemos la frase más popular en Uruguay: “se nos complicó”… Es una contestación típica cuando alguien le pregunta a un uruguayo ¿cómo estás, o cómo te va, o cómo va tu trabajo? Nosotros no tenemos excusas, el tiempo simplemente pasó muy rápido.  // Two months without receiving any news from us, we got lazy, We could say; this is due to a lack of time, a lack of concentration, a lack of attitude a lack of…. but no, let´s use the most popular sentence of Uruguay; “se nos complicó”…this is a typical answer when you ask an Uruguayan, how are you, how is work? We don´t have any excuse, time just passed by too fast. 

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