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mishkamo
9/12/2017 22:18 EST

Can anyone recommend a Spanish language in Guanayuato?

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izzenhood
9/12/2017 23:15 EST

I believe there are four Spanish schools in Guanajuato. Escuela Mexicana is the oldest. I have attended, and I can recommend. The La Hacienda and Adelita schools are a short walk from the center of the historical district. Both were started by former instructors from Escuela Mexican, all of whom I remember, and hold in high regard. Plateros, like Escuela Mexicana is in the center of the historical district, which for some might be more convenient, but for others might be too noisy. Although I attended Escuela Mexicana a few years ago, and can recommend it, I plan to do more research on the others. If you go to https://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowForum-g150799-i726-Guanajuato_Central_Mexico_and_Gulf_Coast.html and search "Spanish Schools", all of the schools are described. There are many reviews of the schools elsewhere.

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mishkamo
9/12/2017 23:24 EST

OOPS ! Should read ...Spanish language school

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promobabe
9/13/2017 00:55 EST

Escuela Falcón in the historic Centro of GTO is a very good school. My daughter and son in law taught there for a year

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mishkamo
9/13/2017 03:49 EST

Thank you very much for your prompt and thorough reply.

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mishkamo
9/13/2017 03:50 EST

Thanks for the recommendation.

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katzgar
9/13/2017 07:43 EST

What sort of Spanish are you looking for. Spaniards will look down on you if you're speaking Mexican Spanish.

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mmapags
9/13/2017 15:42 EST

Well if someone is looking for a Spanish School in Guanajauto, I'm guessing they don't really care what the Spaniards would think. If I want to learn to speak Mexican Spanish, the Spanish can look down all they want.

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mishkamo
9/13/2017 15:53 EST

Splitting hairs, n'est-ce-pas?
Topic: "Spanish LANGUAGE school" Not Mayan,Huichol or Nahuatl language even I would like to be able to converse in those 'idiomas'....

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katzgar
9/13/2017 17:19 EST

So what you're saying is the OPer doesnt know what they're doing

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