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Picture this: you’re new in the city. You speak basic castellano at best, meaning that you are basically as helpless as a newborn kitten. On top of that, you haven’t yet met friendly locals to take you under their wing

As we all approach the end of the month with barely enough pesos in our pockets, it’s a great time to remember the overwhelming number of free activities in this city available to enrich our weekends! The Bienal Arte Joven …

In a video that has since gone viral, journalist Marianela Luna advertises her services as an English tutor and teacher by framing the skill in the light of the policies of the new administration. To the tape!

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Just because your cab driver doesn’t want to coddle you in English, doesn’t mean they can’t. The Cambridge English Language Assessment body said yesterday that Argentines speak the ‘best English’ in the region.

At a special event hosted at the …

Out of 14 territories in Latin America, Argentina was placed first in terms of English language proficiency by the international education company Education First (EF) and 15th out of all 70 territories polled.

EF’s fifth edition of its English Proficiency …

Dear readers,

You’ve probably noticed by now that The Bubble looks pretty different today (i.e. not as shitty as it used to look). New logo, new design, new content. (We wanted to call our makeover “the Zellweger” but later decided …

If you are reading this post and The Bubble has just recently gone live, chances are you are someone who identifies as a Buenos Aires “expat.” If not, my second guess is you are someone who runs in social circles …