Here at Expanish Spanish School, we're lucky enough to meet hundreds of Spanish students every month, all of whom are in Argentina to learn Spanish. However, in addition to learning the usual Spanish grammer, vocab and practicing their speaking and listening skills, many are hungry to learn all about Argentina, the culture and the people. One subject that we always get asked about is Lunfardo, a dialect widely used in Buenos Aires. To explain a bit more about Lunfardo, Expanish Spanish School blog has asked one of our profs Eduardo Grandier to fill us in..
Our beautiful Spanish School was just not quite spacious enough for all of the students wanting to take Spanish class with us, so we have expanded and opened up a second floor!
Our Spanish school in Buenos Aires is located in the heart of downtown, only blocks from the Obelisk on Avenida 9 de Julio and one block from Avenida Cordoba. Expanish is housed in a French style building which features sky high ceilings, spacious student rooms and a common room, French windows, comfortable furniture, a snack area, two patios, and now occupies two floors, giving us a total of 14 spacious and naturally lit classrooms!
Our reception and head office are still located on the first floor along with 9 classrooms. On the second floor, students will find spacious and naturally lit classrooms, large French windows that open up to the street entrance, a student common room, bathrooms, and a snack area.
Students in Spanish classes will now either take classes on the first floor or the second floor, celebrating all events, meetings, etc, on the first floor, as well as still finding the activities calendar, workshop sign-up, and resources on the first floor.
If you are studying Spanish in Buenos Aires with Expanish and have any questions about our new extension, don’t hesitate to speak to one of our friendly staff members who will be happy to answer any of your questions!