Spanglish in The New York Post

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Spanglish has been listed in The New York Post. This is a huge step forward in the right direction for the two year old Buenos Aires language sharing phenomenon.

If you haven´t  heard of Spanglish yet, then you are probably one of the few in Buenos Aires. Spanglish is an organization that holds a variety of language exchange evenings every week where people turn up to chat in both English and Spanish one-on-one with a wide range of people and in a relaxed environment for about two hours.

What is more important to know however, is that the organization has plans to branch out to Spain in the coming months to. The idea is to begin running the Spanglish project in Europe for the first time. If all goes well in Spain, Mexico will be the next hot-spot destination on the Spanglish list.

So, The New York Post and International developments are on the Spanglish menu at present. This all bodes very well for Spanglish´s future.

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