8 best Spanish study abroad programs in Latin America | Matador Network

Matadorian Camden Luxford gives her picks for where to study Spanish in Latin America. 

When I first started looking for Spanish schools to attend in Latin America, I was blown away by the difficulty of the decision.

I weighed a million factors from the school’s reputability and accreditation to local cost of living and even the number of gringos whom might distract me from the language at hand.

Now that I’ve lived over a year in the region, the decision doesn’t seem so overwhelming any more – I just wish I was starting from scratch again to enjoy the amazing programs on offer!

 

Full Story at http://matadornetwork.com/abroad/8-of-the-best-spanish-study-abroad-programs-in-latin-america/

 

 

For more information about our Spanish Language Immersion Programs visit www.icomexico.com

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23 Amazing Pictures of Places in Oaxaca that you must visit when you come to Study Spanish #oaxaca #Mexico #LearnSpanish #goAbroad #studyAbroad

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Tlacolula

 

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Monte Alban

 

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Monte Alban Tree

 

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Fabrica de Mezcal

 

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Teotitlan del Valle

 

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Urban Art at the Instituto Cultural Oaxaca #Oaxaca

Urban Art & Graffiti at the Instituto Cultural Oaxaca

The Instituto Cultural Oaxaca helped to promote all the festivities of May In Oaxaca organized by the Ministry of Culture by giving space to paint a graffiti to promote all Fiestas de Mayo

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Mexican Cinema Workshop

Mexican Cinema Workshop

This workshop offers a look into the different periods of Mexican cinema; the actors, directors, screenwriters and films are observed through a cultural and historical perspective.

The history of Mexican cinema goes back to the beginning of the 20th century, when several enthusiasts of the new medium documented historical events – most particularly the Mexican Revolution – and produced some movies that have only recently been rediscovered.

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Apart from the Mexican Cinema Workshop, you can also complement your Spanish Classes with our Conversation workshop, Literature, and Mexican History..

For more information about our Cultural Workshops visit http://www.icomexico.com/spanish/culture1.php

7 Palabras tradicionalmente utilizadas en Oaxaca

Agorzomar: Acosar, Hostigar, Molestar en exceso. 

Amuinar: Enojar, Incomodar, hacer a otro que se moleste; producir desazón. Se usa mucho como pronominal. Es peculiar del país; de uso entre la gente vulgar. Derivado de muina, el enojo, la cólera. 

Aposcahuarse: Enmohecerse, Oxidarse, crear orín una cosa.

Chapulín: Saltamontes

Chinguiña: Vulgarismo, por legaña. 

Marchanta: Femenino de Marchante, persona que por costumbre compra en el mismo lugar o en la misma tienda; reciprocamente, también la que vende a quién le compra por costumbre. 

Muchito: Nombre que se le da vulgarmente a los niños (en lugar de muchachito)

Para Clases de Español visita www.icomexico.com