Beginner 1:
  • Learning numbers and the alphabet, nationalities.
  • How to ask for phone numbers, email addreses, etc.
  • Introducing yourself and familiarising with other people.
  • How to order food at restaurants and bars (& how make complaints!).
  • Talking about England and your daily routine (work, hobbies).
  • Grammatically, you will be learn to recognize and use articles and verbs in the present tense.
  • Teaching will be in both a traditional and communicative way.

Beginner 2:
  • Recap of present tense and irregular verbs .
  • Book a hotel room.
  • Express desire. Ask and give permission.
  • Present perfect (past).
  • ‘¿Puedo + infinitive?’ ‘¿Se puede + infinitive?’
  • Prepositions: en, de.
  • Adverbs.
  • Asking for information.
  • Talking about holidays and places, booking hotels.
  • Talking in the past.
  • Survival Kit and daily situation study cases and role-play will be covered to allow you to improve your confidence in "getting by" .



Elementary 1:

  • Recap of past tense and irregular verbs.
  • Express actions happening at the time of speaking.
  • Daily routine.
  • ‘Estar + gerundio‘.
  • Reflexive verbs.


Elementary 2:

  • Talk about the clothes you´re wearing. Compare clothes. Buy clothes in a shop.
  • Direct object pronouns: ‘lo, la, los, las‘.
  • Comparative structures: ‘más…..que / menos…que/.
  • ’¿Me das…? / ¿Me dejas…?’.
  • Family.
  • Presents and Expressions used to congratulate someone.
  • Possessives.


Intermediate 1:
This starts with revision and consolidation of the material studied in the previous terms (present, past) and will move on to:

  • Introduction of the Imperfect Tense (another form of past in Spanish).
  • Contrast between the Present Perfect and Imperfect.
  • Future Tense.
  • Talking about childhood and famous people.
  • Talking about future plans.
  • Structures and language to have general and simple conversations with native speakers will be taught.
  • You will start expressing your viewpoints on basic topical issues.

Intermediate 2:
  • Indirect Pronouns.
  • Conditional.
  • Describing houses & Spanish life.
  • Expressing wishes, dislikes & annoyances.
  • Give and ask for advice.
  • Making social arrangements.
  • Authentic reading from newspapers, magazines, interviews and films.