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    Default Spanish language intensive

    Does anyone know where I can take A Spanish language intensive course?

    Are there any schools in Santo Domingo?

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    "Berlitz", but it cost a small fortune!!!!!
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    I have been using ALPI in Santiago. Very good.

    I have used CLI in Cabarete too. Not as good.

    I could not tell from your post if SD was a requirement. Forgive me if it was.

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    The only school that I have heard good reports from is Entrena http://entrenainc.com/images/pdf/Pro...nformation.pdf

    Language & Cross-Cultural Training

    It is $15 US an hour.. which is a bargin considering the level of their teachers.

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    Casa Goethe in Zona Universitaria..great school and very friendly staff

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    There are excellent computer programs. Get one that allows you to record your voice and compare it with a native speaker, Rosetta Stone and Berlitz are overpriced. Check out Ebay and Craigs list for used programs. Check out the reviews on Amazon and elsewhere. Practice on the computer one or two hours per day, and then get out and talk to people. An Uruguyan friend of mine came here knowing no English and put an ad in the paper, "free Spanish lessons". He partnered with several locals who wanted to learn Spanish and they spent half the session speaking each language. He was fluent enough in six months to start a business fixing TVs and VCR's (this was in the late '70's).

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