Everything sounds better in Spanish! These expert-curated Spanish classes will definitely keep you interested and motivated
What’s your perception of Spanish culture? Flamenco, paella and tapas, passionate, football and surrealism – there is so much to discover! With its eclectic cuisine, rich culture and wonderful traditions that differ greatly from other European countries, the Spanish language stands out on its own (plus it’s spoken by millions of people worldwide from the Americas to Asia), so if you’re looking to learn Spanish in Hong Kong, we’ve scouted out some great classes for you to check out, plus we’re giving you the heads up on some great films to integrate into your self-learning to keep those skills up at home.
Where can you learn Spanish in Hong Kong?
Tried and tested by our team, we’ve found some top places to learn Spanish in Hong Kong. Whether you’re just starting to dip your toes into the wonderful language world or if you’re wanting to brush up on your skills, students of all ages and abilities will find learning fun and simple at these spots.
The Spanish Cultural Association of Hong Kong
If you’re a working adult who has thoughts about getting a tutor or going to an evening class, the Spanish Cultural Association of Hong Kong is one of our top picks. Curated by a brilliant team of 20 native Spanish teachers, the Spanish Cultural Association of Hong Kong is dedicated to promoting Spanish language and culture. With 5-6 students per group (3-4 students for children’s group), each course runs for 12 weeks, with two-hour sessions, so there will be plenty of time for you to practice before you complete each level. After just three levels, you’ll be ready to take the official DELE exam A1 level!
Learning a foreign language as an adult can be daunting, that’s why the teaching methodology of The Spanish Cultural Association of Hong Kong focuses on an interactive and communicative approach. What we love about their classes is that they’re perfect for professionals who wish to go further in their career, as well as those who are simply interested in learning more about vibrant Spanish culture.
Check out the courses available at The Spanish Cultural Association of Hong Kong.
The Spanish Cultural Association of Hong Kong is offering a HKD$3800 promotional price for the adult small group course package for our readers. 3 months course, 12 sessions of 2 hours, valid with in 2019.
The Spanish Cultural Association of Hong Kong, 13A, Eastern Flower Centre, 22-24 Cameron Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, p. 3611 5904, 尖沙咀金馬倫道22-24號東麗中心13樓A
Spanish Tutors Hong Kong
Renowned for their excellent exam preparation tutoring for kids and teenagers, over 90 per cent of the students at the Spanish Tutors Hong Kong have achieved top 10 per cent grades in Spanish exams! A/A* for IGCSE, A-level; 6-7 for IB Spanish. Spanish Tutors Hong Kong provides small group classes and private tutoring for those who are eager to learn and ace those exams. Classes can be arranged at their facilities in Tsim Sha Tsui, Central and Causeway Bay; or, your home – making things super flexible for you and your schedule. Spanish Tutors Hong Kong also works with The Spanish Cultural Association of Hong Kong (above), to build synergy and cohesive lessons that you will reap the benefits of.
As a special gift for you, Spanish Tutors Hong Kong offer a free trial for all students (1 hour).
Spanish Tutors Hong Kong, flexible locations.
Practice at home
One of the most entertaining ways to pick up a new language, and local idiosyncrasies, is by watching films. If you already know the basics of the Spanish language, perhaps you should immerse yourself into the history and culture of Spain by watching these great Spanish films.
Go way back in time and watch classics like Viridiana (1961) by Luis Buñuel, or have your heart strings tugged by Benicio del Toro’s stunning performance in The Sea Inside (2004). If you’re looking for something a bit more niche, internationally renowned Spanish filmmaker and director Pedro Almodóvar is best known for his black comedy films such as Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (1988) and Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! (1990) and I’m So Excited (2013), and we are very big fans.
This post is sponsored by The Spanish Cultural Association of Hong Kong.