Who it’s for:
This course is for people that have studied Spanish for at least a year or have knowledge of formal and informal ways of addressing people, verbs in the present tense and uses of the verbs ser, estar and haber; those able to order food in a restaurant, ask for and give directions and make hotel reservations.
What you’ll learn:
You’ll continue to increase your knowledge in a variety of topics at a basic level, including language structures. Topics will include talking about daily activities, including at work; asking and telling the time; talking about what you do in your free time; describing a person’s character, grammar (adjectives-noun gender agreement + routine and reflexive verbs + expressions of time and frequency) and elements of the Spanish culture. You will also continue to develop and practise your speaking, listening, reading and writing skills.
By the end of the course, you will be able to:
- Book into a hotel, giving details of your stay
- Describe places observing article-noun-adjective gender agreement.
- Describe rooms and furniture found in houses and apartments.
- Understand the uses of ser and estar and begin to do so adequately
- Use verbs estar and haber to ask about and describe places
- Identify the main points of a short text written at A1.1 level.