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How to Find me...
Sipping a coffee cup at "Los 36 Billares"
,listening Tangos like : "Mi buenos Aires querido" ...
Here is my address, phone number, and my details :

Ester Carrizo
Buenos Aires-Argentina
Phone: +54(011)15-3881-5962

mailto:Hola-Yosoy@argentina.com

 

Los 36 Billares - Av. de Mayo 1271, Colectivos (buses): 5, 7, 23, 38, 39, 56, 60, 64, 67, 86, 102, 105.
El secreto de sus ojos
"El secreto de sus ojos" en los 36 Billares"

"I had class with Ester. I learned a lot about politics here and the political history and why things are the way they are." CHARGENTINAŽs blog


CASTELLANO Y CAFECITOS CON ESTER written by Cherie Magnus


What better way to study Spanish than sitting in a historic cafe on Av. de Mayo and chatting over cortados with Ester?

Ester Carrizo has theSpanish Buenos Aires school, with a helpful website of travel tips, photos, accomodation info, a tango page!, and cool photos like this one of body painting:

This native of Salta (Northern Argentina) speaks English and Hebrew as well. If you're in Buenos Aires and want to improve your Castellano, why not have coffee with Ester?
 

Travel tips written by Kirby
Yeah, the Spanish...it seems to ebb and flow. IŽll have my days when I just canŽt seem to do it, but then suddenly IŽll have a good day when I understand and speak pretty well... Found a really good Spanish tutor that I work with for about 5 hours a week... I prefer tv over reading books in Spanish as I need to work on my listening skills much more than my reading skills. The Simpsons is not the same in Spanish but itŽs still entertaining. I watch the History Channel for probably 2 or 3 hours a day...all those visual cues make it easier to follow...

Spanish in Buenos Aires map
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Mapa de Buenos Aires

"Today I started Spanish lessons - so far so good.  I (as usual) left it to the last minute to organise so going to formal classes and doing a home stay on the side became to difficult and expensive at such short notice.  I'm thinking though that "plan B" might work out better, as I am doing one-on-one conversation classes with an Argentinian lady in a cafe not far from where I'm staying - and she has already started giving me homework!!

 My teacher (or should that be profesora) is the perfect mix of pushy (in a nice way) and supportive, so I am reasonably happy with what I've learnt so far. Yesterday, I managed to buy ferry tickets to Uruguay in mostly Spanish..." written by Peregrinari