Spanish Subject In School


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The high school where I graduated was also the school where my mother and the rest of my siblings graduated high school. It is the only private catholic school in our town. It is founded by a Spanish priest decades ago and to this day, it is continually run and directed by every priest that is assigned to our church in town. According to my mother, that school offered Spanish subject during her high school days. Although she had a hard time learning and pronouncing every Spanish word perfectly, she did learn few words from that school including our National Anthem. She can still sing it thoroughly.

When I first stepped in that school back in the year 1999, they were no longer offering Spanish subject. I was saddened by that and relieved at the same time learning from my mother that Spanish subject was hard. But it would have been nice if I graduated from that school being able speak few Spanish words fluently. Well, I guess I’ll just live the Spanish teaching in Spain where it should be. There is a great Spanish language school for people who want to study Spanish in Spain like Clic, a StudySpanishSpain school, located in the city of Seville. As to what I read during my research, Clic is known for its outstanding Spanish teaching offering a wide variety of courses such as intensive Spanish, company internships, and Spanish for juniors and teenagers. Plus it is located in one of the most beautiful cities in Spain.

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