Objectives and class content
The academic objective for this sequence of sessions classes is to equip students with key vocabulary and every day phrases in order to help them live a more integrated life in Ibiza. There is one topic per session as listed below.
Sessions will be 50% Spanish and 50% English giving students an open forum to ask questions and interact. Teachers will prepare the course materials based on guidelines, however this programme will not follow a book and the responsibility will be on the student to make sufficient notes. Sessions may not be recorded.
Topics and dates
- 6/4 – Food and drink 1
- 8/4 – House and home
- 15/4 – Children and family
- 20/4 – Travel and holidays
- 22/4 – Banks and finance
- 27/4 – Animals and Pets
- 29/4 – Laws and regulations
- 4/5 – Health
- 6/5 – Flirting and dating
- 11/5 – Sport and Fitness
- 13/5 – Work and employment
- 18/5 – DIY / house renovations
- 20/5 – Food and drink 2
- 25/5 – Cars, bikes and mechanics
- 27/5 – Schools and education
- 1/6 – Technology
- 3/6 – Boats, sailing and the sea
- 8/6 – Police and authorities
- 10/6 – Buying or renting houses
- 15/6 – Nature, plants and gardening
- 17/6 – Curstoms, colloquial language and slang
- 22/6 – Furniture and household items
- 24/6 – Clothes and fashion
April 6, 2020
Mondays and Wednesdays from 10:00-12:00. Ask us for more schedules.
Classes start at 7€ depending on the package you choose
How does it work?
You should buy credits in order to attend the sessions you are interested in. Credits will be valid for 1 year and you can use the credits for any Practically Spanish sessions throughout the year. The idea of the credit system is to encompass the demographic of ex-pats who would like to attend classes on an ad hoc basis when they have time or are interested in some topics and less in others.