La complejidad y riqueza de la lengua española es un factor que motiva a muchas personas de aprender español, sobre todo en Asia. 2016 ha sido el Año del Intercambio Cultural China-América Latina y el Caribe. Sabemos que, por ejemplo, en China comenzó la enseñanza de español en 1952, cuando la Universidad de Estudios Extranjeros de Beijing ofreció el primer curso. Tras más de seis décadas de desarrollo, hoy se puede estudiar español en unos 60 centros docentes superiores del país. Generalmente, cuando los alumnos hablan de sus motivos para estudiar español, casi todos ellos suelen hacer referencia a las crecientes relaciones entre

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Hospitality encompasses a wealth of possibilities from working in restaurants and hotels, to bars and cafes of every kind! Hospitality skills are highly transferable and is a great industry for travelling and working abroad, as well as meeting new people. If you would like to experience living and working abroad in Spain, our Basic Hospitality Course covers all the initial aspects of working in this field, with a special focus on Spain. It offers an array of insights that help prepare you for a placement or job, for example: addressing culinary traditions, cooking techniques and tourism in Spain, as well as

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The tenses in Spanish is not a piece of cake. It's one of the topics that foreign students find hard. It's not easy to learn how to conjugate and how to avoid making mistakes when speaking. Once learnt how to conjugate you also have to learn how to use it properly and in the right contexts. Down here we present you a small guide on how to use the verbs ser and estar and it's differences. Remember that at the Instituto Hemingway we created a distant course on the verbs ser and estar and we offer you , according to the level,

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A few summers ago I was able to get the opportunity to travel around  Spain and to carry out a short internship in my friend´s hotel. This was my first experience in the hospitality sector but before I  started working I was not aware of the opportunity to do a Basic Hospitality Course with a company as well recognised as my spanish courses online. Completing such a course would have provided me with several benefits which would have allowed me to really get the most out of my experience.  When I arrived in Spain I originally found it difficult to

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Have you heard about the Basic Hospitality course from my spanish courses online? Have you done the course but you are unsure of what options are available to put into practice the skills you have learnt? In this post we will consider some of options you can choose after your Basic Hospitality course with my spanish course online. My spanish courses online is a partner of European Internships. This company has a  specially designed  hospitality management program  which will offer you  the opportunity to carry out a range of jobs in different countries in Europe. Spain is among the countries offered

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Do you want to carry out a basic hospitality course to  prepare yourself to do an internship in the hotel or restaurant sector in Spain?However, do you not have the time to travel all the way to Spain?  You are not alone. Nowadays we live in a more and more pressurised society with increasing commitments.  Before the invention of the internet you may have had to resort to an in-person course ,delivered in your own country, where the teachers may not be able to give you an authentic insight into the world of Spanish hospitality and tourism.  However, now the

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Before coming to Spain for my internship in Bilbao I felt a bit nervous, becausee I had never been working in a restaurant before. Also, I had been to Europe in the past but always only as a tourist and I had never lived there during such a long period of time. The basic catering coursewhich I did before coming helped me a lot. I thought that it would be difficult to do a distance study, but with help of my tutor I did not feel alone and also I learned quite useful things. Throughout the course, I could get

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My name is Sam and I am from New Zealand. For many years I have wanted to visit Spain and spend some time there, but as well as touring, I wanted to discover the Spanish culture in a little more depth and for me, this has to be connected to the cuisine. I heard that Spain has a long culinary tradition, which has plenty of traditional dishes not only “national” but also regional and that ultimately, its cooking is considered to be one of the best in the world. So, I decided that a good way to get close to

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The Michelin Guide, issued every year by the French publishing house of the same name, is undoubtedly one of the most essential reference points for lovers of fine dining. Their sought-after Michelin stars are internationally recognized as a symbol of culinary excellence.These stars are awarded to establishments that stand out for their quality, innovation and care. In the 2011 edition of the Guide, Michelin awarded 144 stars to Spain. These were spread out all over the country, but were especially concentrated around the northern regions.This achievement represents yet another mark of the rising international importance of Spanish gastronomy, and the

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