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Spanish Club Returning To The National Library

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Watch out the Spanish Club is returning to the National Library. 

The Club's motto is Learn Spanish and you will enjoy life "Aprende español y disfrutarás de la vida" and their goal is to get members to experience this joy.

The club resumes on Wednesday, September 5, and runs until December 18. The Spanish Club is an initiative of the Latin American and Spanish embassies, in collaboration with NALIS.

The Embassies of Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, Peru and Spain will participate in the teaching sessions, are a part of the club: Membership to the Club is free and open to all people who have working knowledge of Spanish and wish to improve their communication skills and fluency.

In 2004, Spanish was designated as the first foreign language of T&T. In light of this, people are invited to come meet new people and improve their fluency in Spanish to broaden their minds.





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