After eleven years living, dancing, teaching tango, and writing in Buenos Aires, I came home to L.A. in 2014, where I'm reconstructing my life.

Saturday, May 16, 2009

"Enjoy the Tango of Learning Spanish" by Demian Gawianski

If you are a tango dancer and want to learn Argentinian Spanish, or Castellano, this method will increase your knowledge in both areas. One of our students from Seattle swears by it. It's a super idea because many tangueros want to increase their knowledge of Castellano during their study of tango, to better understand the lyrics of the tangos, and to understand the classes they take with Argentinian teachers.

Two CDs are included in the set.

Read my friend Sallycat's blog entry on learning Spanish here.

1 comment:

Sallycat said...

Hi dear Cherie!

Absolutely I agree. This book is the bees knees when it comes to learning castellano. I have it and even now, I use it for reference.
Thx for including a link to some of my early experience of learning spanish. Here's a bit more that came a little further down the road in case it helps anyone... especially appropriate if they end up in a relationship with a spanish speaker who doesn't speak much of the English lingo ;) Ah the joys...

So fab to see you tonight. It was quite a party wasn't it?
Big love, SC