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[*] posted on 7-19-2017 at 02:59 PM
Spanish class in Tijuana?

I heard that there were several Spanish courses before in UABC and Cetys University. However, now I don't see any of them in their websites...

Do you know or recommend me of any Spanish class in Tijuana, please?

I'm a full-time worker. Thus, it should be better after 1700hr or weekends.

Thanks a lot!
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[*] posted on 3-26-2018 at 07:32 PM

The best I could offer you would be a place in Plan Libertador, Rosarito, that does two classes a week during the afternoons.

Within Tijuana proper … I've been looking into this for fifteen years now, haven't seen any Spanish classes … my inclination would be to hire a one-on-one tutor. Check with El Grafógrafo in Pasaje Rodríguez, advertise in Craigslist, or see if a student at a nearby university is interested in the job. Maybe one of the kids at the Tourist Information kiosk in front of Pasaje Gómez (SE corner of Revolución and Third) would be interested -- they get off work at five or six -- the newest (and therefore hungriest) one works on Wednesdays.

L’homme ici arrive où il peut et non où il veut.
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[*] posted on 3-26-2018 at 07:35 PM

Just wander around town (safe parts, daytime) and ask for directions and stuff.
It's fun and you'll learn a word or 2.

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