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Dear Lazyweb: Learning Spanish in Orange County [Mar. 24th, 2011|12:20 pm]
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Hi.

I want to learn Spanish, and I'm pretty sure I need a classroom to do it.

The community colleges are all as they say "impacted," and even if I managed to get in I'd be displacing some unfortunate person who needed 1 more class to get out, I bet.

What are good places (private or otherwise) to learn Spanish within about 25 miles of Costa Mesa?

TIA, substitute
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[User Picture]From: n_by_nw
2011-03-25 03:36 pm (UTC)
I had a friend in the Spanish grad program at UCI who would tutor me; we would meet at Diedrich's. He's moved on now but if you know someone like that, it might be better than a class.
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[User Picture]From: ayeung
2011-03-27 01:47 pm (UTC)

Rosetta Stone

If you're not a stickler for classroom setting, I would recommend Rosetta Stone. I did a demo on German and took a small hiatus--still remember a good portion of what I learned. By far, "easier" than classroom setting. :) Good luck!
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