Learn Spanish in Mexico
Want to Learn Spanish and enjoy the benefits of knowing a Language that more than 500 million people worldwide speak? Look no further, Chacmool is the best option.
Spanish is America’s second most broadly taught non-English language. It is in addition the nation’s fastest growing language. The economical, political and social importance of the Spanish speaking community in the US can´t be ignored.
Learning Spanish in Mexico allows you to speak with more than 500 million individuals globally. Your employment choices will also significantly boost with Spanish speakers being demanded by several of the planet´s leading markets. Learning Spanish will make traveling more fun where Spanish is an official language, as well as the various nations where Spanish is spoken.
When the amount of native speakers and second language speakers in America are added, We come up with well over 50 million Spanish speakers, the US is the second largest Spanish speaking country in the whole world, behind only Mexico and ahead of Argentina, Spain and Colombia. Some projections suggest that Mexico could be even surpassed by the US and end up being the world’s biggest Spanish-speaking nation.
Learning Spanish will allow you to keep pace with Hispanic influence on a culture that is getting stronger as time goes by. For instance, do you remember that Taco Bell commercial with the little dog? Are you aware that his slogan, “Yo quiero Taco Bell” is really a game of Spanish words? Because in Spanish, “yo quiero” means both “I want” and “I adore.” So, that cunning little dog was really pulling your leg as he said both: “I want Taco Bell” and “I love Taco Bell.”
We in the US are a melting pot of Latino immigrants who come from all countries in Latin America, there are dozens of nationalities beneath the source-neutral identity of “Latino.”
At Chacmool we don´t only teach You Spanish but we make it fun and we make You feel like you on vacation rather than at School.
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