Eduardo’s thoughts on leaving SALT in June

After seven years teaching Spanish in Edinburgh, five of them running SALT, Eduardo's moment of moving to a different career has arrived. The Spring term (April to the end of June) will be his last one teaching Spanish and Jorge will take full ownership of the business. You can learn
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“Snow White” in Edinburgh

Image from the Spanish version of "Snowhite".
Once upon a time there was a girl who lost her mum. A few months later her dad got married with a horrible woman who asked her magic mirror every day: “Mirror, mirror, who is the prettiest woman of the kingdom?” The mirror always answered: “You're the one”, until one day the m
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Mum, don’t worry: there is a good chorizo in Edinburgh

Jamón, chorizo and lomo are part of our daily diet in Spain, but during the Christmas festivities we tend to buy better products, generally acorn pork. Does it mean that the ham includes little pieces of acorn?
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Theatre play in Spanish

Spanish Play
"La Cubana” is one of the most successful and prestigious theatre companies in Spain. It was set up as a cooperative in the early eighties in Barcelona. The actors do everything: they perform, sing, sew the costumes, paint the stage, etc. Its spirit is the same as the small companie
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An almodovar-esque plan for Wednesday

bad education
The FilmHouse is showing Pedro Almodóvar's Bad Education this Wednesday at 6.30pm. It is part of the "Introduction to the European Cinema" season held by the University of Edinburgh and the FilmHouse and the screening is also open to the public.
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Merry Christmas! = ¡Feliz Navidad!

SALT wishes you a lovely Christmas day!     Thanks to Jonathan Pincas for the picture.
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A review from a student

Thank you to those students who kindly wrote reviews about our lessons on Google. Here are a few of them:
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This thing that I want to say but I am not able to say…

There is a line which everyone who studies a new language must cross: the moment when you accept that every single word cannot be translated exactly.
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End of Movember: Spanish moustaches

There is only one day left of Movember/November, the month of magnificent mustaches such as those displayed on some of our male students' faces this month.
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Win a Beginner Spanish course in August!

win a free spanish course
To celebrate our upcoming move to Castle Terrace, SALT is offering you the chance to win one of six Beginner 1 Spanish courses in August for free.
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