Renegade Silver Language Center

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Language Classes in Desoto, TX, Sharpen and Expand the Mind

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Learning another language is a remarkable way to keep your mind sharp while capturing the essence of a different culture. At Renegade Silver Language Center, we offer Spanish language classes in Desoto, TX, for seniors. Spanish is considered one of the five languages of love, and it’s the second most spoken language in the country. Studying the words, phrases, and syntax of this classic language sharpens mental acuity, increases cognition, and helps in combating Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.

Classes that Match Your Skills

Antonio, our founder, and teacher offers two levels of Spanish language classes. The introductory class focuses on recognizing and speaking common words. You will also learn basic grammar rules for speaking, writing, and understanding the language.

The second level course adds further grammar lessons, but that’s not all. You learn about Spanish culture, including unique customs and traditions. This class forms a perfect foundation for anyone traveling to a Spanish-speaking country.

These eight-week classes are held in the Desoto ISD administration building on the Wings campus, and all materials are supplied. Summer classes usually start in mid to late August, so sign up today.

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Broadening Understanding

Language is a tool for understanding that brings communities together and offers growth opportunities. Our free conversational Spanish language classes are very accessible and perfect for groups of adults to learn language skills in a welcoming environment. Our classes are designed to be engaging and stimulating for seniors to build acuity and boost mental focus. We are always open to offering classes in other locations to spread the beauty of language.

We encourage you to explore the expression of this language and the beauty of the Spanish culture in an inclusive setting that’s open to all. Our group is active in fighting Alzheimer’s disease, and our volunteers offer senior transportation and tutoring. Contact us to learn more about our organization or volunteer with us.