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    I think it all depends on your personal needs, what I found when I was studying in Spain was with my course I had it so 70% was online which was ideal as I was still very new to the language and the parts online I could do a quick translate, in class it did get easy as the course progressed, many of the tutors where bi-lingual so I was able to take away from the class the main points alongside bits I was picking up learning the language and as being in a group lesson you get to make new friends which helped with the culture, and also picking up new phrases. One thing that stood out for me was when I was trying to get books and being able to communicate, although in little sentences was where to pick up studying material I needed for my course which was very helpful.

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