Level 3 is for those who are starting to feel comfortable speaking in the present tense, as well as for those who have basic knowledge of how the regular past tense works (trabajé/comí).
Level 1 is taught in English and is for those who want to start at the very beginning with Spanish or for those who took a little bit of Spanish in high school. If you’ve never taken a language class before, don’t worry – we will walk you through the basics and explain verb conjugations, vocab learning tips, etc.
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Learn the basic fundamentals of speaking Spanish.
Level 2 is for those who have studied Spanish before, even if it's been a while. At the start of Level 2, you should already be able to say a few things about yourself in Spanish, even if only at a basic level in the present tense with a limited vocabulary.
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Level 4 students are fairly comfortable putting together sentences in the present and the main past tenses and are starting to understand how the conditional (yo compraría, for example) and future (yo compraré, for example) tenses work.
You will learn more present tense verbs and more vocabulary, be able to put more complicated sentences together, and have more extensive conversations. You will learn possessive adjectives (my, you’re his, etc.), idioms, and irregular verbs such as to go, to come, to be able to, to want.
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This course is designed for the absolute beginner with little to no previous experience in Spanish. This class is the foundation class for all levels of Spanish and focuses nouns and pronouns and how to conjugate basic verbs in the present tense, such as “I am going to town, I have a dog” greetings, adjectives, telling time.
This class is for students who are not familiar with Spanish at all. Learn basic vocabulary and be able to produce sentences.
This class is for people who have finished a college text and need a grammar review and need to learn more vocabulary and speed up their speaking. People generally stay at this level for one year.
This is our lowest level of intermediate classes, a natural progression from our Spanish Beginner II+ class, where additional tenses and more vocabulary and grammar are systematically introduced and studied.
This class is a natural progression from our Spanish Intermediate III course and systematically introduces further tenses and more vocabulary and grammar.
This class is a natural progression from our Spanish Intermediate I course and systematically introduces further tenses and more vocabulary and grammar. Specifically, you will expand your vocabulary, work more on the past tense of verbs, learn about talking about obligations, imperfect tense, expressing extremes and superlatives, and getting information through interr
This class is for people who can read newspapers, short stories and novels and who can converse. This class reviews grammar as necessary and is one of our most difficult Spanish classes. People take this for years and we change curriculum each class.
This class is for people who have finished a third year college text and they are practicing and reviewing and improving vocabulary and speaking and listening skills. It is the level just before our highest level of Advanced Spanish.