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I have been dreaming of moving to Spain for a long time, I have a lot of friends living there, but I don't know Spanish at all.
Maybe someone can recommend a good tutor in Spanish?
I have been living in Spain for two years now. I went there to study and also did not know the language, so I had to learn Spanish so I did not feel out of place.
A friend of mine helped me a lot and advised me to go to Up Skills Tutor.
They have really good teachers who helped me a lot not only with the grammar but also with practicing my pronunciation and understanding of slang.
I really liked the training there, it was unobtrusive and very decent.
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