Who it’s for:
This course is for learners with 5 years of Spanish studies or equivalent, able to converse with some degree of fluency and understand the main points of texts written at A2.2/B1 level. Learners joining this course should have knowledge of regular and irregular verbs in the present, present continuous, past (indefinido, imperfecto, perfecto), future, conditional and imperative tenses of the indicative mood, and present of the subjunctive mood.
What you’ll learn:
You’ll learn how to research, read and discuss a variety of news and magazine articles written at B1.1/B1.2 level; identify and construct appropriate verbal structures used when sharing and arguing opinions; express agreement and disagreement; propose conditions; incorporate further vocabulary and expressions to talk about leisure activities and tourism, including describing towns and cities; and learn about celebrating a Town meeting.
Topics will include:
- Expressing and arguing opinions.
- Assessing options.
- Proposing conditions.
- Grammar: creo que + indicative, no creo que + subjunctive; es una tontería/es impensable+ infinitive/subjunctive.
- Lexical resources: vocabulary to talk about leisure and tourism, and characteristics of towns and cities.
- Tourism forms and types.