Catalan Lessons in Brighton. Learn Catalan
If you want to enhance your life with a second language then Catalan is a great choice. Our Catalan teachers will give you the best start possible, as they are all native speakers who are also fully qualified. No matter how you want to learn we can fit the course around your needs, so the time of day and the location are entirely up to you. You can also pick from a one on one course or be part of a small group of students.
Catalan Course in Brighton
The tailor made classes we offer in Catalan can help you personally or professionally, as the lessons are designed with your specific requirements in mind.
General Catalan courses will let you engage in polite and interesting conversations with native Catalan speakers. They are ideal for preparing you for short visits to countries where Catalan is spoken. A Business course in Catalan will generally cover basic business etiquette in that language, and at a higher level, reading and writing in Catalan.
What you shouldn't forget is that the lessons will be planned around what you ask for. If you want Catalan email and telephone skills then these will be covered in your personal curriculum regardless of whether you are learning for business purposes or personal ones. In the same vein, the syllabus for General courses is not set in stone - all you need do is ask your teacher.
These days there are more people than ever in need of Business level Catalan lessons. There are so many careers in which knowledge of Catalan can open up a lot of doors. The challenge of learning Catalan is one of the reasons why students are attracted to our General courses. We all have our own reasons for learning Catalan and the lessons can be adapted to cater to each individual.
› Two-to-One and Small Group - Catalan Course in Brighton (closed group)
Info about Catalan
Spoken as the national language in Andorra, and utilised in several territories in Spain (most notably Catalonia, parts of Valencia, and the Balearic Islands) as well as parts of Italy and southern France, Catalan is spoken by around 9 million people worldwide, though primarily in Europe. Spain's re-entry into democracy in 1975 increased the use of Catalan around Spain, which had for so long been banned from being used by the Spanish media in favour of Castilian, the language which non-native speakers generally refer to as 'Spanish'.
Regarded as a language in its own right and not simply a regional Spanish dialect, Catalan is actually divided into two dialects - Western and Eastern Catalan, though linguists can debate that each of these can be divided into several sub-dialects depending on the area in which it is spoken, making it a particularly exotic language to learn!
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Typical course length:
• 30 hours per level
(classes are usually 2 hours each)
We also offer packages of:
• 20 hours
• 50 hours
• 100 hours
(with discounted rates)