Spanish Group Classes
Learn Spanish from scratch with classes aligned to the the Common European Framework of Reference, ensuring that you have an established reference for your Spanish level no matter where you are in the world. We are going to start in level A1 and then together move on to the other levels.
What is the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) and why is important to considered it when I learn a language?
The CEFR is a guideline used to describe achievements of learners of foreign languages across the world. It was put together by the Council of Europe as the main part of the project “Language Learning for European Citizenship” between 1989 and 1996. Its main aim is to provide a method of learning, teaching and assessing which applies to all languages.
Using CEFR can help us learn with an structure which support us to learn what is actually needed to be able to be fluent in a language and it also helps us to track our progress, giving us step stones to celebrate our achievements.
What are the CEFR levels?
The CEFR describes foreign language proficiency at six levels (A1 and A2, B1 and B2, C1 and C2) by specifying what learners can understand and express at each stage.
What will you learn in level A1?
When you finish this level you'll be able to...
- introduce yourself and ask and give personal information (nationality, profession, telephone number, address, etc)
- describe your family and its members (their physical appearance and their character)
- describe your town.
- buy something in a shop.
- describe your house and your neighborhood (location, characteristics and things they have)
- express your likes and dislikes.
- ask and answer about the weather, the time and seasons.
- talk about your daily routine.
- talk about your habits, activities in your free time and your job.
- express opinions, and agreement and disagreement.
- describe what you did yesterday.
In grammar you'll be able to...
- conjugate regular verbs in Present Tense
- use the verbs “ser” and “estar” in different contexts
- differentiate between “tú” y “usted”
- identify the gender of nouns and adjectives
- know the numbers from 0 to 1000 and understand question words (cómo, dónde, cuándo, etc).
- conjugate all the Present Tense (regular, irregular, reflexive and stem-changing verbs),
- know the conjugation of verb “gustar” and similar verbs
- understand quantifiers (muchos, pocos, bastantes, algunos, ningunos)
- express frequency (siempre, nunca, a veces, etc).
- use with confident the Present Tense
- know the conjugation of verbs in the Past Tense.
- know the difference between the verbs “saber” and “conocer”
- use some important prepositions (de, desde, hasta, a, por, en).
How much time does it take to achieve level A1?
The time it takes to progress in a language depends on various factors such as if your native language is related to Spanish in some degree, if you are an experienced language learner, the time you invest doing self-study and guided learning hours or the motivation you have to learn Spanish. So even though it depends on many factor there are indeed some recommendations based on the CEFR that people can follow to know how much time is needed to integrated each of the 6 levels. You can see this recommendations bellow:
Based on this recommendations I offer you 72 hours of classes in order to achieve level A1. This 72 hours will be done in an estimated of four months. We will be meeting 3 times a week as follow:
Days we'll be meeting: Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays
Duration of classes: 90 minutes per class
The price of the whole Level it's 400 € which would cover 48 classes. It's estimated that we can do this 48 classes in 4 months. You can pay per classes which would leave each class at 10 € or you can pay per month 100 €.
Level A1 is starting on
February 21, 2022