School teaches foreign students Spanish
CGTN Originals • 2m 34s
Mexico is a popular holiday destination for tourists from around the world, and many visitors use the opportunity to hone their language skills as well.
And as CGTN’s Alasdair Baverstock reports, one school in the south of the country guarantees improvements by placing foreign students among locals who only speak Spanish.
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