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Learn Spanish in Bolivia
Coming to learn Spanish in Bolivia or any other Latin American country are fast ways to learn and will give you a once in a lifetime experience.
This page is a "Learn Spanish Guide." Lets take a look at some options that can help you learn Spanish.
There are many options out there to help you learn Spanish. You can learn to speak Spanish through school, software programs/online, with a private tutor or go for the adventurous option and learn Spanish in Bolivia while traveling.
Coming to learn Spanish in Bolivia or any other Spanish speaking country in South America is probably the fastest way to learn. Whether you're coming as a foreign exchange student or a traveler, Bolivia is probably the best country for budget travelers, since it is cheapest to travel and live in than any other country in South America.
If your coming to Bolivia as a Foreign Exchange Student there are many programs to choose from. Many students would recommend going to Santa Cruz. In the eastern part of Bolivia, such as Santa Cruz, the Spanish there is known as "camba" Spanish. Most people will agree that "camba" Spanish in the eastern part of Bolivia is the easiest to pick up because they speak in a clear accent.
Also, I've heard other cities such as La Paz, Cochabamba and Sucre all have a great atmosphere for foreign exchange students, since there is all ready many student there. Whatever city you choose, your visit in Bolivia will be a once in a lifetime experience.
Maybe you want to know some Spanish before you're traveling. Another good option to learn Spanish is using a Spanish interactive software program. These programs can be bought in disk set or through an online interactive program. Most of these software programs are designed to get you speaking Spanish, learn vocab, learn to read and write in Spanish.
Using a Spanish software is a good option because it gives you more freedom in terms of being able to determine your pace and rhythm to learn Spanish. A good software program is Rosetta Stone or you can try one online for 6-days free, called Rocket Spanish!
If your traveling to Bolivia or any other South American country, do not let your limited knowledge of the Spanish language keep you from traveling. You can get by knowing some basic phrases and a pocket translator will come in handy. Also, a friendly smile and a positive adventurous attitude goes a long ways.