Press Release Barcelona, 10 March 2014 New ways to learn Spanish in Spain: DonSpanish.com Quality Language Travel Spanish is getting more and more important these days. Both because of the increasing number of Spanish speaking population approximately 406 million people speak Spanish as a native language, making it second only to Mandarin in terms of its number of native speakers worldwide and also because of the number of opportunities in emerging countries speaking Spanish in Latin America or in Spain. Other educational initiatives such as the British Active Language Policy in primary schools are boosting the need of language training. In early 2014 languages became a compulsory element of the primary curriculum in the UK. From 2014 onwards, students aged seven to 11 will be required to reach a high standard of written and spoken communication in one of these seven languages: French, German, Italian, Mandarin, Spanish, Latin and Greek. There is no secret that Spanish is one of the first options chosen by the British. There is to add to that that Spanish is one of the six official languages of the United Nations, and is used as an official language by the European Union and Mercosur. The need of learning Spanish is very clear. New ways of learning and travelling while improving your Spanish Spain is an ideal country to learn Spanish. It seems obvious but if you look at the statistics is not that obvious since more than 20 countries adopt Spanish as official or coofficial language. The reason why Spain is an ideal country to learn Spanish is difficult to confine in some lines. It´s climate, friendly people, architecture, food and culture makes of Spain one of the best places to have an intense cultural experience no wonder is the second country in terms of inbound tourism in the world. Javier Gimenez born and raised in Barcelona, an economist with professional experience in
multiple sectors, from auditing to yacht sales and marketing, had many foreign friends that wanted to learn Spanish in non conventional ways. He discussed this idea with them and his sister a University of Pennsylvania Spanish literature professor how to improve the experience and efficiency of learning Spanish in short term travels. From those discussions DonSpanish.com was born.
A new online presence for www.DonSpanish.com For several days now, DonSpanish.com quality language travel, has presented itself online. This website designed completely to be accessed via phone, tablet and web, provides access to a quick selection of the city or cities preferred for learning Spanish in Spain, and options for accommodation, medical insurance and even transportation from the airport. It also offers a wide variety of free Spanish content ranging from grammar to free of rights Spanish ebooks.
About DonSpanish.com DonSpanish.com wanted from the begining to provide the best experience for travelers whith the ambition of understanding not only the language but the cities, the people, and the culture of Spain. This holistic understanding of the Spanish culture will provide a much more solid and fluent knowledge of the Spanish and they way Spaniards communicate. DonSpanish.com provides not only the best academic access to modern Spanish teachers but also provides the travel coordination and possibility of learning Spanish in different cities in Spain. Barcelona, Madrid, Malaga, Granada, Valencia or Salamanca are some of the current possibilities DonSpanish.com offers in its MultiTrip offer.
MultiCity: Can you imagine studying Spanish while you have an unforgettable experience in different Spanish cities?
MultiCity, a new service in this arena, offers an exclusive experience visiting the best sites that Spain has to offer. It handles everything, accommodation, transportation and academic coordination between DonSpanish.com centers in different cities in Spain.
Javier Gimenez Director, DonSpanish.com
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Published on Apr 5, 2014