Sara Zahradnik one student from Ixquic Spanish School in Antigua Guatemala tell us a few words about how was to study at Ixquic Spanish School. Talking about the fun and how great is the school to learn spanish in Antigua Guatemala. If you want to learn spanish in Antigua Guatemala mail to Ixquic Spanish School at email@example.com for more information about the spanish classes, our spanish teachers and all the information about our project. http://www.ixquic.edu.gt
Through the years we have been collecting memories of what the students think about Ixquic after finished their clases, and proudly we can say that they leave with the feeling it was their other home in Antigua. Maybe here are not all the comments that we have had in all the five years we had been open, but reading that the students have learn a lot here and most of them came without know any word in Spanish, make us feel very happy, and of course we feel great about the team work that beside of have the knowledge, experience and patience, they just love to teach ESPAÑOL!!
When you come to Ixquic Spanish School in Antigua Guatemala you learn more than Spanish. We take you in a complete immersion of our language, culture, traditions, meals and people.
Posted by HarrietteRWI on January 9th, 2012 January 14th will see a landmark occasion in Guatemalan politics take place. Roxana Baldetti is the woman setting tongues wagging as she is due to be sworn in to start her term as Vice President of Guatemala this weekend – a post previously only occupied by men. One report I found stated that of the 158 seats in the single-chamber Congress, only seven are women. Four of these seven are indigenous women. Given that 40% of the country’s population is classed as indigenous, it is evident that there is still a long way to go to attain a fair representation. However, this month may […]
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