spanish lessons

  • Frases populares

     Viajar y sus frases:

    Estas son frases populares en inglés y en español:


    Donde fueres, haz lo que vieres.

    When in Rome, do as the Romans.

    Una imagen vale más que mil palabras.

    A picture is worth a thousand words.


    Una acción vale más que mil palabras.

    Actions speak louder than words.


    IW Languages teaches Spanish in Groupand One-on-One.

    IW Languages dicta cursos de Inglés para Viajes

  • How apps have changed our Spanish learning

    and whether to use these apps to learn Spanish

    So you've decided to learn Spanish and you don't know where to start? 

    Of course you google how to learn Spanish, and are immediately bombarded with all the latest apps that will help you learn any language in the world in a matter of weeks! Well, I've got good news and bad news for you. The bad news is, unless you're the world's prodigy, you're probably not going to learn a new language in a few weeks. The good news is, language apps can certainly play part in your mission to learn Spanish. There are literally dozens of language apps our there nowadays, but for me the best are still Duolingo (of course) and Lingvist. 

    Duolingo I have found the best to help absorb new vocabulary

  • Reasons to achieve skills in Spanish


    Nowadays, being fluent in a language other than your mother tongue is a considerable advantage when seeking for a better position or job, and there is no doubt its importance will continue to grow.

  • Spanish differences

    What's the difference between Spanish and Castilian?

    This is something we are asked very often at the school. The answer is very simple: Español & Castellano are the same language!

  • Verbos regulares en presente

    Los verbos en español

    En español, los verbos en infinitivo tienen tres terminaciones diferentes: -AR, -ER, IR.

    Estos verbos nos sirven de modelo en el Presente del Modo Indicativo

  • Why learn Spanish?

    Learn Spanish in Buenos Aires

    Español, also called Castellano, is is the third language most spoken in the world, widely spoken as a second language, and the official language in 20 countries.

  • Why study Spanish in Argentina?

    By Sarah Prather

    Beyond the practical benefits of studying the local language (despite Argentina's thriving tourist industry one cannot always find an English speaker), taking Spanish classes yields a deeper understanding of its rich culture and the natives' unique way of thinking. Even at the most basic level, a traveler can enjoy deeper insight. I had taken a few Spanish classes before coming to Buenos Aires, and will never forget the first thing I learned about the language: "to be" does not translate directly. Spanish speakers distinguish between being in a permanent sense (ser), and being for a limited time or under mutable conditions (estar). This discovery absolutely fascinated me because no native English speaker I know (or speakers of other languages without that distinction, such as French) thinks to differentiate between the two: to us, a thing simply is or it is not. After all, Shakespeare's famous line is "To be or not to be" and not "To ser or to estar".