Co-Aprender, a new language exchange in the city, is filling the gap of exchanges with their twice-per-month events pairing attendees according to fluency.
Guest blogger, Kuzey Ates, shares his experience learning Spanish outside the country and later readjusting it to the local norms.
Medellin offers a wide variety of language exchange nights where foreigners can go to practice their Spanish and meet new people.
El Dorado Spanish School is located in Envigado and was founded three years ago by a Colombian-Polish couple, Robinson and Ewa.
Improve your Spanish and learn to speak more like a local by avoiding these five common grammatical mistakes.
From approaching locals to Colombians’ reactions to foreign accents: what you need to know if you’re practicing Spanish in Medellín.
Colombian Spanish by Pete Low is a book to help those looking to speak the language like a local Colombian, with phrases, expressions and small talk hacks.
Opened in 2015 and located on Vía Primavera near Parque Lleras, Total Spanish is one of Medellín’s newest language schools.
Connor Grooms learned Spanish to a B1 conversational level in a month and made the film, “Spanish in a Month: A Documentary About Language Learning.”
Colombia Immersion is a new Spanish school that began with a simple but ambitious goal: to bridge the gap between the typical classroom and fluency.