Spanish course content – Level A1

According to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), an A1 level student (access) is able to understand and use everyday expressions and can use basic phrases aimed at expressing immediate needs. An A1 level student (access) is able to introduce themselves and others and ask and give personal information about their home, their environment and the people they know.

Our Beginners’ Spanish course is a specialised course focused on learning the basics of the Spanish language in an effective and progressive way.

To satisfy the CEFR’s criteria, during our A1 level Spanish courses you will learn:


  • Places and countries
  • Nationalities
  • Numbers
  • The weather
  • Shops, bars and restaurants
  • Personal qualities
  • Family
  • Week and day
  • Spanish gastronomy
  • The city


  • Genres and conjugations
  • Verbs “ser”, “tener”, “llamarse”, “gustar”, “poner” y “traer”
  • Adjectives
  • Present Simple of regular and irregular verbs
  • Uses of “por” and “para”
  • Superlative
  • Reflexive verbs
  • Yo también/Yo tampoco/Yo sí/Yo no
  • Primero/Después/Luego
  • Perfect tense

You will be able:

  • To give and ask personal information
  • To say hello and goodbye
  • To ask
  • Talk about yourself and those around you
  • To describe people and places
  • To use Spanish in the shops
  • To order food in bars and restaurants
  • To speak in the present and past

You will express:

  • Interests and motivations
  • Needs
  • Frequency and habits
  • Time and weather conditions
  • The present
  • The past
  • Quantities
  • Tastes

Spanish course content – Level A2

The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, defines an A2 level student as a language user able to understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to particular topics relevant to the student: information about themselves and their family, shopping, restaurants, professions, places… An A2 level student knows how to communicate to perform simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information. The language user knows how to describe aspects of their past and environment as well as issues related to their immediate needs.

To satisfy the CFER’s criteria, with our A2 level Spanish courses you will learn:


  • Bodily adjectives
  • Home
  • Objects
  • Clothes
  • Recreational activities
  • Weights and measures
  • Body parts


  • Reflexive verbs: “sentirse” + adjective
  • Tener que / hay que / lo mejor es
  • Pensar / Ir a + Infinitive
  • Irregular present
  • este/esta/estos/estas, ese/esa/esos/esas
  • el/la/los/las + adjective, el/la/los/las + de + noun
  • el/la/los/las + que + verb
  • Pay
  • Expressions with Imperative
  • Tú and usted
  • Present Perfect and Undefined
  • DO personal pronouns
  • Impersonal forms with “se”
  • Temporary markers
  • Empezar a+ Infinitive, ir/irse
  • me/te/le/nos/os/les gustaría + Infinitive
  • Use of “ser” and “estar”

You will be able to:

  • To give personal information and habits
  • To talk about yourself and your feelings
  • To describe a house
  • To locate objects in space
  • To describe objects
  • To physically describe people
  • To speak about leisure and schedules
  • To describe places
  • To speak about intents
  • To speak about tastes
  • Past events
  • To give advice
  • To write different types of texts

You will express:

  • Habits and duration
  • Motivations and difficulties
  • Intentions and recommendations
  • Tastes
  • Coincidence
  • Relationships and similarities between people
  • Invitations and presentations
  • Timetables
  • Past actions
  • Experiences
  • Desire
  • Advice
  • Moods
  • Aches and pains

Spanish course contents – Level B1

According to the Common European Framework of Reference for the Study of Languages ​​(CEFR), a B1 level student (access) is able to understand clear texts on familiar topics, both in work situations, study or leisure. The student knows how to juggle B1 level in most of the situations that may arise during a trip and is able to write coherent texts on topics familiar to themselves or their interests. They can describe experiences, events and desires, as well as justify opinions.

This course is designed to help students transition from elementary Spanish to intermediate and is really effective to complete your DELE exam preparation course.

To satisfy the CEFR’s criteria, during our B1 level Spanish courses you will learn:


  • Ya / todavía no + Past simple
  • Verbal periphrasis
  • Soler + Infinite
  • Imperfecto (Simple past)
  • Imperative forms
  • Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns
  • Simple Past exceptions
  • Imperfecto vs Pretérito (Past Simple)
  • Temporal indicators
  • Conditional sentences
  • Futuro Imperfecto
  • Quantifiers

You will be able to:

  • Talk about habits and traditions of the past and present
  • Locate actions in the past and in the present
  • Discuss
  • Recommend and advise
  • Give instructions
  • Describe the past and the present
  • Talk on the phone and send messages
  • Tell in the past
  • Ask for a favour

  • Give permissions
  • Talk about future actions
  • Formulate hypotheses
  • Summarise and talk in the present

  • Tell jokes

You will express:

  • Past Experiences
  • Habits
  • Prohibitions
  • Obligations
  • Impersonality
  • Gratitude
  • Actions in the future
  • Hypothesis

Spanish courses contents – Level B2

The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, defines a B2 level student as being able to understand the meaning of technical texts or abstracts from text, only if the student has knowledge in that field. The level B2 students can relate with native speakers fluently and naturally, so they can have a conversation without difficulty. They can write clear and detailed texts on different themes, as well as defend a point of view.

Being a B2 Spanish level student, you could also choose to have the unmissable opportunity of our Spanish course + Internship in Spain. Improve your CV with an internship abroad gaining numerous benefits that will make you a top professional desired by many leading companies.

To satisfy the criteria of the CEFR, with the level B2 Spanish course you will learn:


  • Use of “aunque”
  • Verbs with pronouns
  • Pretérito Indefinido vs Pretérito Imperfecto
  • Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto
  • Simple present of Subjuntivo
  • Superlatives
  • Exclamatory phrases
  • Relative phrases
  • Simple future
  • Future perfect
  • The Passive
  • Pretérito Imperfecto of Subjuntivo

You will be able to:

  • Speak about skills and emotions
  • Tell passed anecdotes
  • Talk about the causes and consequences
  • Claim and assess situations
  • Propose solutions
  • Talk about personal relationships
  • Argue against
  • Review articles
  • Make assumptions
  • Write news
  • Give advice, orders and petitions
  • Use indirect style

You will express:

  • Shame and fear
  • Past events
  • Interests

  • Causes and consequences
  • Wishes and requests
  • Agreements
  • Hypotheses and conjectures
  • News
  • Ignorance