Learning Spanish and hanging out in Los Angeles
Learning Spanish and hanging out in Los Angeles

Throughout Los Angeles there are many free activities that challenge your language comprehension and will assist our students to become more fluent in the Spanish language. See a Spanish-language film or take the museum tour in Spanish to gain more confidence in the learning process.


Studying does not have to be boring!

The Consulate General of Mexico in Los Angeles has a wonderful cinematic project called, “Ciclo de Cine Consular.” Each month they screen a Spanish language film with sub-titles that helps moviegoers to better understand the film. For learn more, please visit www.cccmla.com.

Many museums, such as the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), offer a collection of Latin American Art. For additional information, including free admission days, please visit www.lacma.org.

Los Angeles mass media also has many Spanish options. There are the traditional or on-line services all targeted to the different segments of the Spanish-audience. Did you know the Los Angeles Times distributes a free weekend edition printed entirely in Spanish? Review the online version at http://www.latimes.com/espanol/.

Every day can be 5 de Mayo in Los Angeles’ popular Olivera Street, offering many opportunities to speak Spanish while dining and shopping. We encourage our students to find meaningful learning opportunities in their daily life and leisure activities to add to our program learning.

Let us know different ways you find to utilize your newfound Spanish language skills in our wonderful city!


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