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Schweizerin lebt in Panama- Sie spricht wunderschön Spanisch

Monday, June 3rd, 2019

Schweizerin lebt in Panama- Sie spricht wunderschön Spanisch Carla Tobler kommt aus der Schweiz. Sie ist Professorin an einer deutschen Schule in Panama City. Sie berichtet über ihre Erfahrungen in Panama und ihren Spanischunterricht an der “Spanish Panama Language School”. Für Spanischkurse in der Schule oder in Geschäftsräumen oder zu Hause in Panama: www.spanishpanama.com Für […]

5 MISTAKES EVERYONE MAKES WHEN LEARNING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

Thursday, May 30th, 2019

We all make mistakes when learning a foreign language. This is nothing new or unusual. You will be surprised though, to learn how many of our mistakes can actually be very productive if we learn how to correct them. The best way to improve our Spanish language skills is to be able to recognize our […]

Is it too late to start learning Spanish?

Thursday, May 30th, 2019

If you’re asking yourself ‘is it too late to start learning Spanish? Am I too old to start learning Spanish?’ We’ve got the top 5 reasons why you are never too old to learn Spanish. 5 reasons why you aren’t too old to learn Spanish How many times have you said that you are too […]

Roberto Durán “Mano de Piedra”

Friday, March 1st, 2019

Roberto Durán “Mano de Piedra” If you walk around Spanish Panama Language School, you may have the chance to meet Roberto “Mano de Piedra” Durán.  We want to talk about a person that is very loved by all Panamanians. He is known by the nickname “Mano de Piedra”, or “Hands of Stone” in English. He […]

School Bond between Student and Teacher remains

Friday, March 1st, 2019

School Bond between Student and Teacher remains   “It is not only business to business sake but human to human sake.” ― Itzik Amiel. A little example of how connections remain between Spanish Panama Students and teachers: On February 2019, we received a visit. It was Kris Brown from San Francisco, USA. He used to […]

Panam City’s Metropolitan Park

Friday, February 22nd, 2019

Panama City’s Metropolitan Park and “things to do” Spanish students If you are in Panama City for a short time, but you don’t want to miss the opportunity to see the rainforest, you NEED to visit Panama City’s Metropolitan Park. It’s just one of the many things we recommend to our Students studying Spanish, in […]

Panama Metro Subway near our Spanish School

Friday, February 22nd, 2019

Panama Metro Subway near our Spanish School In 2012 Panama started working on the Metro Subway System, or, has Panamanians call it, Metro. The metro more recently started the first stage of its Line 2, which connects to places like Altaplaza Mall, Rommel Fernandez Stadium, and soon, it will also be able to connect with […]

Spanish Panama Language School students Parque Omar

Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

There are miles of pure green, a place to exercise, rest and play at the same time, all close to Spanish Panama Language School, and with a lot of activities around the year like concerts, festivals, yoga, Zumba classes and more. Definitely, the best place in the city for watching the clouds pass by, the […]

YouTube Spanish student Reviews of Spanish schools in Panama

Thursday, January 3rd, 2019

YouTube Spanish student Reviews of Spanish schools in Panama Spanish Panama Language School has an 18-year history in Panama and has always been located in what expats consider the best neighborhood in Panama – Via Argentina, EL Cangrejo. Below are just some Spanish student youtube reviews of Spanish Panama Spanish classes and the beautiful classroom […]

Tripadvisor reviews of Panama’s Spanish school “SpanishPanama”

Tuesday, August 14th, 2018

Tripadvisor reviews of Panama’s Spanish school “SpanishPanama” As Spanish Panama Spanish school first opened its doors in 2002 there are approximately one thousand (1000!) excellent hand written reviews before Spanish Panama was even listed on Tripadvisor or the major student review sites.  These are in the Spanish Panama guestbooks and still available for public viewing.  […]