Jan 12, 2007, 6:50 AM
Post #2 of 3
They are pretty good. The teachers speak Spanish only or at least very little English. They do a work book (published by them) a week with CD's for you for homework. It is fairly well structured. The classes are 3 hours a day starting at 4 PM to avoid the heat of the day. They are held in the cultural center in La Manzanilla.
The owners are nice and he is from Mexico City and spent 20+ years in the states and his wife is from Berkley, CA.
The last I knew they were opening another school in Mexico City.
I did their beginners course and liked it.
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