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Casa Nica Spanish School

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Casa Nica Spanish School

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305Diane wrote a review Aug 2019
Belfast, United Kingdom23 contributions7 helpful votes
We are a family from Ireland and my 12 year old and 15 year old studied here for two weeks (individual lessons for four hours a day). They learned a lot and I found the teaching very professional. The school is located conveniently on the main square of Granada. We are planning to continue studying with them through Skype now that we’ve returned home. Nicaragua is a great country to visit with it’s volcanoes, Caribbean islands and beautiful Pacific coast beaches.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Brent Andrew B wrote a review Aug 2018
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I studied at Casa Nica and have continued with online classes ever since. It has helped keep up my Spanish. The people here are down to earth and friendly. The have become life long friends.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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margotmurtaugh wrote a review Jul 2018
Berkeley, California1 contribution
My sister and I took a week of Spanish lessons at Casa Nica several years ago, and we have been continuing with Marlon on Skype for the last 2 years. It was a wonderful experience. We not only learned a lot , but the people were so warm and friendly and made this an experience we will not forget. Granada is a beautiful city with lots of restaurants and great natural beauty. I especially enjoyed our outings to Lake Nicaragua and Laguna de Apoyo -swimming in that warm water was a delight... I cannot recommend Casa Nica highly enough! And taking lessons on Skype is a great way to maintain and improve your Spanish.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Timothy G wrote a review Jul 2018
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I have studied in person at Casa Nica two times. I have also taken Skype lessons on and off several times. I have taken in-person and Skype lessons from both Marlon and Vanesa. For language learning, we all know that if you don't use it, you lose it. In view of this, Skype lessons are a good way to have to use your Spanish skills. The teachers I have learned from here have a lot of experience teaching. In-person is obviously a better and fuller experience, but Skype lessons can help give valuable instruction on a regular basis. I would also say it is very reasonably priced.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Barbara M wrote a review Jul 2018
12 contributions4 helpful votes
My sister and I studied at Casa Nica in person some five years ago, and we loved it. We've maintained our relationship with the teachers and both are currently taking Skype lessons from the wonderful Marlon Castillo. He's kind, patient, funny, and knowledgeable, a really great guy. Because of all the problems in Nicaragua at the time of my writing this, they have had to give up their lease, but they are still a solid business, now focusing on Skype lessons until things calm down. So help some wonderful Nicas and take Spanish Skype lessons from Casa Nica, all at the lowest price you'll find anywhere!
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Date of experience: July 2018
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