In 6-8 weeks, basic conversation, reading, listening and writing skills will be taught. Students learn regular verbs and some irregular verbs: to be, to have, to do, to go, etc.
The conversational activities and assignments are intended to help you become more proficient in speaking Spanish.
Not quite ready for Level 2, but want to avoid restarting with Level 1? Take this two and a half hour workshop, were we'll review and help you solidify all the material from Level 1.
Not quite ready for Level 3? Take this two and a half hour workshop, were we'll review and help you solidify all the material from Levels 1 and 2. This is perfect for those who want a little more time reviewing all of the concepts from Level 2 if you were learning them for the first time or for those who need a refresher of all the basics before restarting your Spanis
Not quite ready to hold your own in a conversation? Don't worry. Vocabulary will come with time, but what's important is that you start making sense of all the verb tenses that you study in Levels 1-3. Take this two and a half hour workshop, which focuses on all the verb tenses that will be important for you to be familiar with for Level 4. Students who recently finis
This level goes beyond describing physical objects and subjects, and focuses on expressing one's daily activity, habits, states of mind, likes and dislikes, agreement or disagreement.
This course covers plenty of vocabulary and it focuses on the learning and practice of descriptive terms that will take your spanish speaking to the next level.
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The aim of this course is for students to continue to develop skills for description and expression but with a focus on personal opinions, reactions and exclamations, feelings, states of mind.
This class is for people who have either completed our Spanish for beginners course or already have a rudimentary knowledge of Spanish (including formation and use of the simple present tense and other basic grammar).
Level 2 is for those who have studied Spanish before, even if it's been a while. At the start of Level 2, you should already be able to say a few things about yourself in Spanish, even if only at a basic level in the present tense with a limited vocabulary.
Level 4 students are fairly comfortable putting together sentences in the present and the main past tenses and are starting to understand how the conditional (yo compraría, for example) and future (yo compraré, for example) tenses work.
This course is for people who are absolute beginners, or who studied Spanish a long time ago and want to brush up on the basics.
At this level Students will expand on past tenses, express an action that took place at a specific time in the past, speak about an action that occurred only once in the past, describe the circumstances under which an event took place, express a past event prior to another past event. And write biographies.
Students are expected to develop the four language skills of speaking, listening, basic reading and writing as well as an appreciation of Latino culture.