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    Where do I go? I'm already doing a University course. I'd like a class preferably, so that I could meet new people, but if one on one tutoring is the way to go, I'll do that. I also need something that isn't too expensive.

    Any suggestions on where to find Spanish lessons?

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    Get in touch with some of the local colleges (Stevenson and Telford) who might offer night classes. If not they will atleast point you in the right direction. Your Uni might also help if you ask them.
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    http://www.ed.ac.uk/studying/short-c...ourses/spanish

    Apparently your Uni offer part-time courses, AND night classes. I thought you might be in luck with the Uni since Cardiff offer night classes through our Lifelong Learning scheme. So, take a look at those courses and how to enrol. If it's on campus (which is likely), then you're better off than traipsing around college.
 
 
 
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