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Argentina

Although a Latin American country, Argentina has many European influences and its culture resembles the European one. Argentinean au pairs will typically be flexible and quickly adapt to your family’s life. When having the chance to do a cultural exchange program in the United States they will make efforts to be successful. While large families are not as common as they use to be, Argentinean couples have on average two to three children. Ar [Read more...]

Argentina

Although a Latin American country, Argentina has many European influences and its culture resembles the European one. Argentinean au pairs will typically be flexible and quickly adapt to your family’s life. When having the chance to do a cultural exchange program in the United States they will make efforts to be successful.

While large families are not as common as they use to be, Argentinean couples have on average two to three children. Argentineans have rather strong family values and will typically gather as a family for dinners and get-togethers with near-by relatives on weekends and holidays. You can usually expect your Argentinean au pair to enjoy cooking and participating in your family life.

Argentinean children will usually leave home at around 18 years old to pursue post-secondary studies in larger cities. They will get their own apartment and become independent at quite an early age.

Most Argentinean au pairs will have experience in doing private baby-sitting as well as caring for relatives. Day cares are becoming more popular as more parents are employed, however grandparents and relatives are often involved with the young children in the family.

Argentineans can obtain their driver’s license at 17 years old with parent approval (but may drive without an adult by their side). The driver’s license exam is divided into a written and practical exam. Although most young people will get a driver’s license, it is still quite rare for children to have their own car. Public transportation is well developed and is the most common mean of transportation for teenagers and young adults. We recommend that you discuss your driving needs with your au pair during the interviewing process.

English is required in High School but only a few hours a week. Most students will take private English lessons to improve their English. Argentineans have a very open communication and will not hesitate to ask questions or share their feelings with you. If your au pair speaking skill is not as good from the get-go, it can be expected to improve rather quickly!

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Maria, Au pair from Argentina
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Maria (23)

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English & Spanish
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February 2019
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