A continuation class for those who have studied a beginner level class. Develop grammar, learn more verbs, increase your confidence listening and responding to questions. Introduction of reflexive verbs and the present continuous tense.
This course is designed for those who have attended a beginners or travellers Spanish course and wish to continue their Spanish education.
This second level course will continue to work in the present tense and will cover the following:
The amount of revision undertaken between classes can have a large influence on the final outcome for individuals.
Each week, the course will build upon itself. We ask students to revise material between classes. In addition, a short homework exercise is usually set. We encourage you to set up a Duolingo Spanish account (www.duolingo.com) on your computer or smartphone and practise for 10 minutes daily. To get the most from your Spanish classes, we strongly encourage you to start on Duolingo today.
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More information about our Spanish language programme:
Level 1: Spanish Beginners. This course introduces grammar and vocabulary focusing on language for travellers eg greetings, getting directions, ordering food, buying tickets, and shopping.
Level 2: Building on Beginners, this course develops grammar, learning more regular and irregular verbs (still present tense), growing vocabulary, increasing confidence with listening, speaking and responding to questions. Introduction of present continuous tense and reflexive verbs.
Level 3: Review of present simple and present continuous tenses and reflexive verbs. Introduction of past perfect and past imperfect tenses
Level 4: Review of past perfect and past imperfect tenses. Introduction of future tense, conditional, subjunctive and imperative modes.
Level 5: Spanish Conversation: To develop fluency, improve pronunciation and learn advanced tenses and modes.
Students must have studied a Beginners level course or be at that level. If you are unsure of your level, please contact the office.