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Learn Spanish in Buenos Aires Argentina

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    This year, the Buenos Aires summer we have so far is hotter than ever! After a long streak of heatwave just a few weeks ago, we are experiencing another one up to 40°C. Other than taking refuge indoor with air-conditioning, cooling off in a swimming pool sounds like a great alternative. If you don’t live in [...]


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    Around this time of the year is the Carnival season all around the world, including the Rio de Janiero’s Carnival, which has to be the most famous one in South America. When it comes to Argentina, festive colorful carnivals aren’t probably the association one would make right away; however, do you know that we do [...]


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    Argentina has the 5th largest Irish community in the world and no doubt St. Patrick’s Day celebration in the capital city, Buenos Aires, is one of the most highly anticipated annual events. March 17 is the famous date but since it falls on a Monday this year, it is been causing some confusions as to [...]


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    As summer comes to an end here in Buenos Aires, the weather gets cooler, everyone is back from vacation, students are back at school, and the city has returned to its hustling and bustling self. This also means the city activity calendar is full again with many cultural events and highly anticipated annual festivals. Here [...]


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    Whether you are just starting to research about travelling to Buenos Aires or you are already here, give these 2 quizzes a shot and find out how much you already know or not about Buenos Aires! They are by no means difficult but it’s a fun way to learn more about this fabulous city and let [...]


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    World Cup 2014 is heating up all around the world, and definitely here in Buenos Aires, Argentina. If you are in the city watching the live broadcast on local TV here, it is pretty hard to understand what the commentators are saying other than ‘goooool!’ and “Pulga Pulga Pulga” (Just in case you don’t know [...]


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    August is tango month in Buenos Aires because of our Annual Tango Festival and World Championship that takes place at this time of the year. The 2014 Tango Festival will begin on Wednesday August 13 and go till Tuesday August 26, 2014. It offers tons of free shows and activities like concerts, dance performances and exhibitions, [...]


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    8 years and counting, La Bomba de Tiempo drumming show is still the thing to do on Monday nights in Buenos Aires. La Bomba de Tiempo is a 16-piece drumming group whose performances are completely improvisational and communications between the conductor and the percussionists are all done through signs and gestures. Since the group was [...]


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    We love this time of the year in Buenos Aires because it’s the beginning of warm weather before it gets steamy hot; everyone has fully come out of their hibernation and the energy in the city is amazing! What more exciting is that this is the season when major outdoor music festivals happen! Let’s get [...]


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    When it comes to hearing the word ‘Argentina’ in relation to sports, the reaction most likely will be football or more specifically Messi (Maradona if you’re of an older generation) popping into one’s mind. It could also be Del Potro “La Torre de Tandil” if one is a tennis fan. Or, Carlos Delfino/Manu Ginobli for NBA [...]


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    Tons of museums dotted all over the city of Buenos Aires, but who wants to be inside when it is so nice outside? Don’t sweat! This Saturday November 15, 2014 you will get to visit museums all night long. La Noche de los Museos is a yearly event organized by the city government where 200 [...]


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    Among many students who have come to learn Spanish in Buenos Aires, they all have one common comment and that is Argentines, especially porteños (those from the big city Buenos Aires), speak really fast and it’s hard to understand. When I first arrived in Buenos Aires many years ago with the little Spanish I had in my pocket, I didn’t get [...]


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    December is here. Temperature is rising. Tons of events are taking place on this long weekend in Buenos Aires:

    Buenos Aires Market This ever-growing and very popular healthy fresh food market is having its last one this year in 2014. Over 70 different food vendors, from producers to cooks, will set up shop this Saturday December 6 and Sunday [...]


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    Photo by Gustavo Correa, from Festivales de Buenos Aires FB.

    Foreigners who are visiting Buenos Aires in January and February are most likely escaping from the cold weather in the northern hemisphere; thus, feeling the sun and being outdoor as much as possible is always high on the agenda. Last week, we have already given you [...]


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    As we are learning a foreign language, other than making sure we are grasping the grammar and applying them correctly in a classroom setting, we often feel like testing ourselves and trying to see how we actually fare in the real world. Able to interact with native speakers is definitely one of the best ways [...]


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    World Cup 2014 is heating up all around the world, and definitely here in Buenos Aires, Argentina. If you are in the city watching the live broadcast on local TV here, it is pretty hard to understand what the commentators are saying other than ‘goooool!’ and “Pulga Pulga Pulga” (Just in case you don’t know [...]


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    Catching a football game, whether is Boca Junior, River or even a minor league team, is no doubt a must-do while visiting Buenos Aires. Football to the Argentines is almost like a religion, taking up pretty much all the spotlights in the local sports news. However, there is another sport also garners a lot of [...]


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    Buenos Aires is a city full of venues to experience some amazing live music.  Whatever you may be in the mood for, there is most likely a spot that caters to that specific genre.  If you want to have a very unique Monday night music experience, then you should definitely check out La Bomba de [...]


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    Half the fun of moving to a city abroad is learning about all the quirks and idiosyncrasies that comprise a place. Almost every major city has an international reputation that is validated by people who have never been but have heard about it, or people that have been for a short amount of time and [...]


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    As La Feria Internacional del Libro de Buenos Aires, one of the biggest book fairs in Latin America, is coming to a close this weekend and to keep the literary mood going, let’s take a look into the life of one of our most famous Argentine writers – Jorge Luis Borges:

    Jorge Luis Borges was the most influential Spanish-language writer and [...]


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