Learning SpanishThe magic of virtual learning

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When Covid-19 first started, Argentina was one of the first countries to adopt mandatory lockdown. Although the number of infected people is rising, luckily the virus is spreading slowly. Lockdown started on March 20th and will continue for at least two more weeks. Yet, some industries and small businesses are being allowed to open their...

When Covid-19 first started, Argentina was one of the first countries to adopt mandatory lockdown. Although the number of infected people is rising, luckily the virus is spreading slowly. Lockdown started on March 20th and will continue for at least two more weeks. Yet, some industries and small businesses are being allowed to open their doors again. And it is also true that schools and universities will remain closed.

With that being said, I would like to share a personal experience with you:

I’m a curious person, and I love learning. Languages in particular. I truly believe that by learning their language you get to a closer understanding about the people that have that language as their mother tongue.

A new language is a new vision of life.

For some time now, I have been postponing to learn Italian. I love how it sounds! but this week I came across a language school that teaches Italian and has gone online due to the virus.

As the owner and director of IntoWords Spanish School I can tell you that online teaching is not new to us. Yet nowadays virtual learning has got a plus: you can still go on learning!

Coming back to me and the new language I would like to learn, I thought learning Italian online is a good way of enjoying home. So I have enrolled and will start my group virtual lessons next week!

 

 

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