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Spanish Courses Southampton

Spanish Beginner

Spanish Beginner Course.
Wednesday evenings (7-8.30pm)
The Lewis School.
for complete beginners (A1)

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Spanish Beginner 2

Spanish Beginner 2 Course.
Tuesday evenings (7-8.30pm)
The Lewis School.
Level A1.2

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Spanish Pre-Int

Spanish Pre-Intermediate Course.
Thursday evenings (6-7.30pm)
The Lewis School.
Level: A2

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Spanish Int

Spanish Intermediate Course.
Thursday evenings (7.45-9.15pm)
The Lewis School.
Level: B1

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September courses start week commencing 13th. 12-week course: £155


A1 : Beginner – no previous experience of learning Spanish, a complete beginner’s course.
A1.2 : Beginner 2 – have studied a little Spanish before, can conjugate basic verbs in the present tense, form simple sentences and know vocabulary for everyday situations.
A2 : Pre-Intermediate– can conjugate verbs in the present tense, have seen past and future tenses and know enough vocabulary to form sentences and hold a simple conversation
B1 : Intermediate– can conjugate verbs in the present tense, past and future tenses and know enough vocabulary to form sentences and hold a simple conversation.

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    Our friendly, professional, qualified and experienced teachers aim to make learning Spanish fun. Courses have aims and objectives in place to maximise your learning. Classes are informal and designed to be focused on encouraging you to speak and communicate in Spanish, but all four skills will be practised (reading, listening, speaking and writing). Grammar and vocabulary is taught as a natural part of language progression. Learning takes place by a variety of media including; listening to audio excerpts, watching short video clips, reading stories and articles. You will learn grammar through practice exercises, both written and spoken. You are encouraged to practise by speaking in small groups.

    *Course Content – typical areas of focus are:

    Beginner Download example syllabus
    Topics: Greetings, nationalities, families, professions, numbers/days/months, describing places & people, clothes & shopping, food & restaurants, daily routine.
    Grammar: Regular and irregular verbs in the present tense. Simple adjectives & prepositions.
    Beginner 2 Download example syllabus
    Topics: Describing a room/house, giving directions, free time activities, feelings, likes and dislikes, restaurants, films, body parts.
    Grammar: Regular and irregular verbs in the past tense and periphrastic future. Adjectives and adverbs. Indefinite articles. Pronouns.
    Pre-Intermediate Download example syllabus
    Topics: Giving opinions, accepting and refusing, holidays, work, projects, parties.
    Grammar: Present, past and imperfect tenses, personal pronouns, gerunds, future tense.
    Intermediate Download example syllabus
    Topics: Fashion, environmental issues, news items, memories, lifestyle, nature.
    Grammar:  Review and revision of all past and future tenses, conditional tenses, subjunctives.
    Higher-Intermediate Download example syllabus
    Topics: A variety of topical articles and issues to be discussed with emerging language being taught where necessary and grammatical tenses revised.

    *Please note, course content will vary depending on course teacher and course book content.
    No refunds are given for classes not attended once a course has begun (Courses can be cancelled and refunded up to 5 days before their start)


    Spanish Teachers

    Daniel Zamora

    Hello everyone! I am a qualified teacher, specialising in music education, I have now directed my career to the
    teaching of Spanish as a foreign language. I studied at the University of Alcalá de Henares, which is the oldest university in Spain and the birthplace of the famous writer Miguel de Cervantes. In my classes I try to create a pleasant environment open to dialogue.

    Maria Polo Cuevas

    Hi! I’m Maria, a native Spanish speaker and a qualified teacher of Spanish as a foreign language. My journey began by living and studying in Italy and then, 7 years ago, moving to the UK. These experiences made me realise the importance of learning languages. Doing that helped me to build my confidence not only in my daily life but also when travelling abroad. Other wonderful benefits were the increased appreciation of the cultures I have experienced, being able to communicate with people from all around the world, as well as broadening my career prospects. These things were my inspiration to become a Spanish teacher, as I’d love to help anyone who wishes to communicate in my language to achieve their goals. I promise to make the journey fun, motivating and enriching. I’m really looking forward to meeting you all!