Why Gemini Courses?
Do you want to learn or improve your Spanish? As a small company based on the Costa de Sol in Andalucia, Spain, every day we meet ex-pats living in Spain who tell us how they would like to improve their Spanish. Well, this is where we can help you.
Using our experience, knowledge and care we can provide you with the right Spanish course and language school for your needs. Taking the hassle out of finding a good school. We only work with accredited Spanish language schools we consider to be the best at what they do and with which we have a strong working relationship. This ensures you have a quality experience whether you study for 1 or 24 weeks.
Our online booking system allows you to reserve your Spanish course quickly and easily. We want you to have a successful and enjoyable experience and we will help you every step of the way.
How can we help?
We help you decide on the best location and course type for your perfect Spanish language course. Whether you need a week to brush up your speaking skills, or you are planning a more intensive course and perhaps a stay with a Spanish family here in Andalucia, book with us and your needs will be met all along the way.
Use the links on the left to find the course and destination that suits you and browse our blog for useful articles on learning Spanish.
We look forward to helping you learn more Spanish!
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If you are considering staying with a Spanish host family alongside your intensive Spanish course in Spain but are a little apprehensive - there is nothing to be afraid of. Here we give you the low-down on what to expect.
We all know that there are a vast number of foreign expats living on the Costa del Sol. In some areas there are foreigners living in Spain who are surrounded by all the services they need provided completely in English. You’d imagine that this would negate the need for Spanish. You might also think that it would make it hard to learn Spanish with so much English being spoken in the area.
When I first moved to Spain I attended an intercambio group that was organised by two teachers from the local village instituto (high school/college). It enabled me to practise the Spanish I had already learned at evening classes in England and it taught me about some really interesting Spanish ways and customs.