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IN A small Spanish village, domineering matriarch Bernarda Alba imposes an eight-year period of mourning upon her family after the death of her second husband.
Practical classes in beginning Spanish will start again next week at the Language Institute in the Granary Learning Centre. These 12-week courses are designed to give students the words and phrases they will need to visit Spain or Latin America with ease and confidence.
are keen to developing and improve their skills for the workplace and their employment prospects, are invited to take part in a new course.
The Granary Learning Centre is offering a convenient way to complete a beginner course in Spanish, German, or Italian over six weekend days in May and June. By the end of the course the student will achieve A1 level in language competence according to the European ranking scheme. Class times are scheduled to allow attendees to travel to Galway in the morning and be home again by the evening. Each course is taught by two qualified teachers who are both native speakers with many years of experience.
The Granary Learning Centre in Galway is offering a convenient way to complete a beginner course in Spanish, German, or Italian over five weekend days in March, or April and May. By the end of the course the student will achieve the A1 level in language competence according to the European ranking scheme.
Spanish, German, Italian, and Chinese classes are all recommencing this month at the Language Institute in the Granary Learning Centre. Arabic is also back while Portuguese, Polish, Russian, Czech, Slovak, and Japanese are also on offer. For those learning English the centre will also offer its successful Cambridge exam preparation classes for the FCE and CAE exams in March.
An evening of food and wine tasting will take place tomorrow night Friday November 11 at the new Pearla na Mara restaurant, Howley Square, Oranmore to celebrate their recent opening.
The Language Institute at the Granary Learning Centre has launched its packed spring and summer language programme for adults, and a special programme for teenagers. The ever popular practical Spanish courses will run throughout the spring and summer with a new class beginning each month. German classes will also start in the middle of May for beginners and improvers, as will courses in Chinese, Portuguese, and Russian. The Spanish for teens short summer courses begin again in June, and the foreign language teacher training course will be repeated in May and June.
The Language Institute at the Granary Learning Centre will run its foreign language teaching course for a third time beginning in February. This course is for people who wish to teach a language outside the public school system, in a commercial language school, by giving grinds, or by taking private students. The course is based on the universal principles of language teaching and is for those thinking of teaching Spanish, Italian, French, Polish, or any other language.
Saturday morning Spanish language classes specially designed for children are starting soon at the Spanish Institute of the Granary Learning Centre.