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So you´ve landed in Madrid but you don´t speak a word of Spanish. Sound familiar?
We´ve all been there. In my first week in Madrid, I went to Burger King. I was starving and when I reached the counter, I realised that I didn´t know how to say “hamburger” in Spanish. Lucky for me, the manager spent 3 months in Kerry and he was able to translate my English into Spanish so I didn´t miss out on my lunch.
Take a look at the top language schools in Madrid so that you don´t have the same problem.
In Emily´s English Room, a lot of the Spanish students are teachers, au pairs, teaching assistants or parents who don’t have the opportunity to practice or study Spanish in their daily life.
Group sizes are small, with a maximum of 6 students in each group and they tailor their classes to meet the needs of the group.
In The Spanish Way, they offer traditional Spanish classes and they also offer Spanish lessons in a more interactive way. You can learn Spanish through cooking, flamenco, surfing, art, living with the teacher or you can walk the Camino de Santiago and get Spanish lessons at the same time.
The Premier English Academy have been giving Spanish lessons for the past 30 years and they´re located in the Retiro area. The teachers are native Spanish speakers and you can join a small group or get private lessons. They offer general Spanish classes, preparation for DELE exams and business Spanish and they set up activities on Friday evening like cooking classes, tapas tours, Spanish movies and more.
LAE is a Spanish academy located in the centre of Madrid, accredited by the prestigious Instituto Cervantes. They have tailored courses for many levels from A1 to C2, with small group sizes and native teachers. New courses start every week so you don´t need to wait for very long and you get nn Instituto Cervantes accredited certificate confirming your level as you finish your course.
Located in Salamanca, Estudio Sampere teaches you Spanish through traditional lessons, and they offer cultural classes, guided tours around Madrid, excursions to some beautiful towns outside Madrid like Toledo and Segovia and events like tapas tours, dinners, homemade dinners and more.
Inhispania offer Spanish lessons at all levels with native teachers. They also have fantastic activities to help you get the most out of your stay in Madrid and make new friends. The school is right in the centre of Madrid and they´re 100% specialized in the teaching of Spanish as a foreign language, accredited by the Instituto Cervantes.
Eureka has offered Spanish lessons since 1988 and they´re located in the center of Madrid, close to the Puerta del Sol and the Royal Palace. Eureka is accredited by the Instituto Cervantes, IALC and other certifications. They offer a family atmosphere and individual attention with students, and morning and evening courses with small group sizes.
The teachers in Spaneasy work with students to help them learn Spanish correctly and in the shortest time possible. Their Spanish lessons focus on grammar, reading, writing, listening and speaking through interactive activities such as games, videos, conversations and listening to music.
AIL Madrid is accredited by the Instituto Cervantes and they offer a wide range of Spanish lessons for adult students of all ages. They have native teachers who teach dynamic classes and they also have fun afternoon activities with more than 60 activities that vary every week. They have an average of 6 students per class so students get maximum attention and help from the teacher.