Information for foreigners coming to Mexico to learn Spanish.
When you checkout, please use the section Additional Information or Instructions for the Vendor to type a) your current level, e.g., total beginner; b) your start date; c) your preferred class schedule. If you’re a total beginner, please contact us to check on availability: https://lenguaycultura.com/aboutus/contact/
If you have taken formal Spanish lessons in the past and will NOT begin from zero, please take this test – on a computer; no guessing- http://ave.cervantes.es/prueba_nivel/default.htm and share your result with us when you purchase your course, using the section Additional information/instructions forth Vendor (right of card holder’s name), we will get back to you with a couple of starting dates.
Yes, but we do need a person of over 18 years of age to sign an authorization form.
If you take the exam preparation course, you can take the DELE exam on the assigned dates, according to your level. We will issue our own certificate, endorsed by the Mexican Federal Government.
The classes take place at our facilities in Condesa, one of the safest and most interesting areas in town, or at a place of your choice, such as your home or office.
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Yes, all our teachers are formally educated to teach languages, and are accredited in Spanish teaching. All native speakers and highly experienced- no exceptions.
Yes, we accept Visa, Master Card, Amex, and all types of credit or debit cards. You can also PayPal your program or use cash, either USD or MXN.
Yes, all our prices are listed in USD. You can use this online currency converter to check prices in your local currency: currencyconverter
We will send you an online test and then conduct a short interview with you in order to accurately determine your level. You will always be placed in a class that matches your level- No mixing of levels in any of our classes.
It takes six weeks to complete one full level based on the Common European Framework of Reference if the program is intensive: 3 hrs. a day; two weeks when it´s a Full Immersion Program, 6 hrs. per day.
No, you can start on any day and we will do our best to level you up so that you don´t fall behind, either by giving you private lessons at a reduced price or by granting you access to our E-learning platform at no cost.
We use a textbook and a workbooks: Prisma Latinoamericano, which are endorsed by Instituto Cervantes and based on the CEFR. Additional materials aligned with the program are Audio, videos, worksheets, and online, interactive activities for extra practice.
Walking distance if you’re in Condesa-Roma area; 30 minutes by subway from Zócalo; 35 min. by subway from Coyoacán; 15 minutes from Reforma/Zona Rosa; 25 min from Polanco. Uber is extremely inexpensive in Mexico City.
We have a few agreements with hosts in the area; however, we suggests that you contact AIRBNB or VRBO for more options – NO host families anymore due to Covid-19.
Yes, we offer discounts that go from 5% to 12% off, depending on how many weeks you pay upfront and your need to take them consecutively.
Our group classes usually sit from 5 to 9 students. Important: New students join every week and some leave; the groups progress according to the program, and we’ll keep the class size small.
Yes, if you take one week we’ll provide you with a set of photocopies, if you take two weeks you’ll get a binder with the needed material; if you take 3 weeks of Super Intensive course you will get a book and extra material for the same price.
Mostly adults, some middle-aged people, and a few retirees in the Summer, They all come from all over the world, from all walks of life, very multicultural, and interesting. All following the dream of becoming fluent in Spanish to communicate with friends, partner´s family, clients, traveling, etc.
Guided museum tours, galleries, markets. All activities are aimed toward allowing the student practical interaction with locals, there is always a previous preparation.