Who it’s for:
This course is for learners with at least five years of Spanish studies or equivalent, who are familiar with the tenses of the indicative mood, including the imperative, and the present of the subjunctive mood. It is suitable for those able to interact with others in Spanish with little or no need of using their first language (English).
What you’ll learn:
Topics covered include vocabulary and expressions to talk about country and city lifestyles, problems, improvement proposals and changes; expressing opinions, making comparisons, discussing advantages and disadvantages and suggesting solutions; grammar such as conditional expressions, consecutive sentences in comparisons: tan/tanto…que, asi (es) que…; infinitive, indicative or subjunctive forms to state facts, express viewpoints, conditions or purpose; and intelligent cities. You will also continue to improve your speaking, listening, reading and writing skills.
By the end of the course, you will be able to:
- Share and discuss opinions on country and city lifestyles.
- Learn about urban problems and improvement proposals
- Discover the intelligent cities and what makes them “intelligent”
- Learn about the problems and initiatives of some cities of the Hispanic world
- Take up an opportunity to design a survey to identify the main problems of a city or town and offer solutions
- Read and understand the main points of texts written at B1-B2 level