Spanish 1

Spanish 1

Participants in this course will learn how to introduce themselves, how to greet and say goodbye to people in formal and informal contexts, how to talk about their place of residence, preferences, likes, dislikes, activities, daily schedule, food, and describe their family members. They will also learn how to order at a restaurant and a café, how to talk about their future plans and how to ask and answer questions. No previous knowledge of Spanish required.

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Spanish 2

Spanish 2

Participants in this course will learn how to ask for help, offer suggestions and advice, express their opinions, preferences and emotions and respond to invitations. They’ll also learn how to talk about the weather, communicate their wishes and intentions for the future, apologize in formal and informal contexts, describe their and others’ physical appearance, health and personality, and talk about experiences and events in their and other people’s past. By the end of this course, participants should reach the Intermediate Low level on the proficiency scale of the American Council of Teachers of Foreign Languages, similar to A2 in the Common European Framework of Reference for Language.

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Spanish 3

Spanish 3

Participants in this course will learn how to ask for help and favors, make complaints, express opinions, emotions, future plans and doubts and address people appropriately depending on the context. They’ll be able to ask and answer a variety of questions and speak in full sentences and strings of sentences. By the end of this course, participants should have full control of Intermediate Low or reach Intermediate Mid on the proficiency scale of the American Council of Teachers of Foreign Languages, similar to B1 in the Common European Framework of Reference for Language.

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