Spanish Lessons in Cabarete
Find out why and where you should learn Spanish in Cabarete
Spanish is the official language of 20 countries, including the Dominican Republic. Coming in behind Mandarin Chinese, but beating out English, Spanish is the world’s second-most spoken native language. That being said, Spanish is the third most spoken language by total number of speakers. So, while you are here, you might as well consider taking Spanish lessons in Cabarete.
Benefits of Speaking Spanish
Speaking Spanish has a variety of benefits that will enhance your experience here in Cabarete. It’s also a great place to learn since you will undoubtedly get the daily practice required to retain a new language.
Fully Experience the Culture of Cabarete
Some of our most memorable moments are when we’ve been able to strike up a spontaneous conversation with the locals. Dominican culture is very animated and fun. Locals always have interesting stories and are delighted to share them with visitors. Not only that, Speaking Spanish makes it easier to find the best local bars, pool halls, food spots, and anything that is off the beaten path in Cabarete.
It’s So Much Fun to Learn Spanish
The stages of learning a new language are stimulating and fun. From remembering your first few words to stringing your first sentence together. From your first all Spanish conversation to using Dominican only slang. You might even one day find that you now talk to yourself in Spanish! It’s truly an exciting process that keeps on giving until you are fluent and beyond.
Learning A Second Language Is Healthy
Sí, es verdad. Learning a second language is actually healthy for you. It improves the functionality of your brain, memory skills, multitasking skills, and decision making. Studies have even shown for adults that speak two or more languages, the mean age for the first signs of dementia is 4.1 years later than those who speak one language. Factors such as gender, health, income, and education were all considered, and the results remained consistent. Now that’s a good a reason as any!
Where Can I Learn Spanish in Cabarete?
There is a mix of schools and tutors here in Cabarete that offer classes and private tuition. We’ve listed two of the main ones and what they offer for you below.
Una Vaina Bien Spanish
Una Vaina Bien Spanish offers the most flexible range of courses from intensive, to group, private and online! You can choose between learning in the comfort of your own home, at the beach or your favorite quiet spot and owner Mechi will come to you. Along with teaching you a new language, Mechi also takes pride in teaching ethically and socially responsible tourism.
Cabarete Language Institute
Cabarete Language Institute has been teaching Spanish, English and French from people of all nationalities since 2007. They cater to all types of students including children as young as 5 with intensive, group and private classes. As well as teaching you a second language, the Cabarete Language Institute works hard to teach English to Dominicans who wouldn’t have had the opportunity otherwise.
Useful Spanish Phrases
- ¿Cómo estás? / How are you?
- ¿Hablas Inglés? / Do you speak English?
- Mucho gusto. / Nice to meet you.
- ¿Cuánto cuesta? / How much does it cost?
- Yo no entiendo. / I don’t understand.
- ¿Puedes hablar más lento por favor? / Can you speak slower please?
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