Absolute Beginners Course Spanish![Beginner Spanish]
20 Hour course
Location Home or Office, Nationwide Availability
Cost: £700 plus VAT
Times: To suit
Outline Language: Spanish Level: Absolute Beginner (20 hours)
Topics, Vocabulary, Themes
- The alphabet and personal/basic greetings.
- Introductions – how to ask and say name, surname, where one lives, what one studies and does for living. Also, how to say your name, surname, place of living, studies and work
- Talking about someone else – what he/she studies, does for living, lives, name and surname
- Numbers (1-10,000). How to say telephone numbers and ask for telephone numbers
- Use of masculine and feminine for nationalities
- Writing postcards and letters in Spanish; how to identify and say the address and city/country of residence
- Verbs “Ser” and “Estar” (to be) – differences. How to say the marital status, occupation and many other definitions
- Talking about family – how to say the members of the family (mother, father, cousin, grandparents, etc)
- Physical descriptions
- Use of you formal “usted”.
- Use of “there is, there are” (Hay) practicing with naming objects
- Dialogues in an airport (customs office), buying a map in a shop
- How to say “how much is something” (cuanto es/cuanto cuesta/cuanto vale). Use of “how many”/”how much” (cuanto/cuanta/cuantos/cuantas)
- Dialogue in a restaurant. How to order food and drinks. Name foods and drinks in a coffee shop.
- Cities, towns of Spain. How to say where in the map is a city or region
- Buying items from a street market, a supermarket or a shop
- How to book a room in a hotel and check-in
- Prepositions and use of “ester” (to be) – where things are in the room or in the house
- Body parts
- Months of the year, days of the week.
- How to say the time and ask for the time
- Phonetics – the alphabet
- Use of subject pronouns “yo” (I) and “tu” (you singular). Verb “ser” – to be.
- Regular verbs” - Verbs ending in AR/ER/IR (Hablar, trabajar, comer, vivir- to speak, to work, to eat)
- Masculine and feminine, singular and plural for nouns and adjectives
- Use of the third person “el/ella/usted” (he/she/you formal)
- Verbs “Ser” and “Estar” (to be) – differences
- Verb “tener” (to have) to say the age
- The determined article (the) masculine and feminine, singular and plural (el/la/los/las)
- The undetermined article (a) masculine and feminine, singular and plural (un/una/unos/unas)
- Physical descriptions
- “Hay” (there is/there are)
- Prepositions – differences with the English language
Absolute Beginners Spanish Language Courses