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Tel.: + 34 952 21 39 32
         + 34 952 22 79 48
Fax: + 34 952 21 07 99
Timetable: from Mo to Fr
10 am to 5:30 pm
Secretaries speak English, German, French, and Spanish
Skype: instituto.picasso

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 Why learning Spanish in Spain

Spanish is the fourth language spoken in the world after Chinese, English, and Hindi. More than 400 million inhabitants all over the world speak Spanish, i.e. one out of every ten inhabitants of our planet.

The Spanish language is official language of the UNO and its organisations, of the E.U. and other international organisations.

It is the second official language some states of the U.S.A., where there are various tv and radio channels that have their entire emissions in Spanish.

Thousands of people have made it their target to learn Spanish in Spain for professional reasons or in order to know the considerable number of countries where it is official language or that have a great Spanish-speaking community: Hispano-America, Central America, California, Florida, New Mexico, Texas, Arizona, Colorado, New York, Guinea, Occidental Sahara, Philippines...

Internet surfers already know that Spanish is at the moment one of the most growing languages on the web. The Picasso school guarantees to enable you to fluently communicate in Spanish after 3 or 4 months, depending, of course, on your interest, dedication and active participation in our courses. Within 4 weeks, a students reaches a similar knowledge level as that of one or two years’ studies with 6 hours per week. Spanish speaking places are well known all over the world for their hospitality and the kindness of their people.

The cultural variety and history have made Spanish a universal language with an promising future for this century, as we are dealing with a language of major diffusion.

Do you need any more arguments to learn Spanish in Spain?