My current employer has just decided to free up all of my time. :(
I'd like to use all this extra time productively, and I've wanted to learn Spanish for quite a while now.
(I've visited a number of times, and I can manage menus, directions, etc but I've got no structure, grammar and very limited vocab.)
For obvious reasons, I don't want this to be too eye-wateringly expensive.
Do the SE1ers have recommendations for fairly immersive/intensive lessons, tutors, groups meeting locally?
I did a Spanish course at Morley which was great, but not sure if that would be too expensive. If you have a smartphone there are some really good apps available but it would only teach you the basics. Otherwise, try advertising at E&C, given the large Spanish speaking community?
While I could never manage this, my partner lent a course out of the library, one of those listen and learn in a week. A week later we flew to Granada and he was discussing with people which bus to catch and where to put the recycling. Perhaps you have the dedication I lack to manage such a thing!
Finally, large year I saw that councils like Hackney run cheap short adult education courses, so do a google search. Don't forget to apply for your half price bus pass after 13 weeks if you are still out of work (which hopefully you won't be).