Spanish – Advanced Begginer Level


The advanced beginner understands and uses basic Spanish grammar as well as basic vocabulary (a few sentences and conjugation of some verbs). At this level, the participants should be able to progress quickly compared to the beginner level participants when it comes to acquiring new knowledge.

At the end of this course, the participant will be able to:

  • Understand isolate sentences and frequently used expressions
  • Communicate routine and simple tasks that require simple and direct exchange of information about common and usual topics
  • Using simple terms, describe your education, immediate environment and suggest subjects that correspond to immediate needs
  • Communicate in common situations
  • Understand simple readings and conversations
  • Write simple compositions




A placement test is suggested before registering for a course (exception: having taken and passed the prerequisite course)



Having taken the beginner course or having passed the placement test



  1. Communication Content
    • Speak about habits, experiences and express duration
    • Talk about motivation and difficulties
    • Recommendations
    • Describe furniture and rooms in a house
    • Describe objects, clothes, locations and people
    • Locate object in space
    • Make a wish
      • Compare
      • Express tastes and preferences
    • Adequately react to invitations, presentations, salutations, etc.
    • Request assistance and accept it
      • Formulate and accept apologies
      • Justify your answers
    • Describe pain, illnesses, symptoms
    • Describe how a person is (verb ser) or how they feel (verb estar)
    • Talk about activities, hobbies, schedules, intentions and projects
    • Express recent actions and usual actions in the past
    • Speak about past habits and past circumstances
    • Give an opinion
      • React to others’ opinions
      • Show agreement
    • Talk about past experiences and express facts that are resolutely in the past
    • Tell anecdotes
      • Tell a short story in the past
  1. Grammar
    • The Present and Past of regular and irregular verbs
    • Immediate future
    • Reflexive verbs
    • Haber and Tener
    • Relative pronouns
      • que, quien and cuvo and their uses
    • Possessive pronouns, in time and space
      • esto, eso and aquello
    • Numerical adjectives
    • Indefinite adjectives
      • use of alguno
    • Grammatical aspect of ninguno and todo
    • Demonstrative adjectives
      • este, ese, aquel
    • Omission and substitution with an indefinite article
    • Indefinites
      • algo/nada, alguien/nadie, alguno/ninguno
    • Prepositions
    • Comparatives of superiority, equality and inferiority
    • Present Progressive with estar + gerund
    • Near future
    • Past tenses
    • Contrast between the preterito indefinido and the preterito imperfect
    • Verbal phrases
      • soler / empezar a / acabar de / volver a + infinitive
      • seguir + gerund
    • Personal pronouns that are objects of a sentence and their position in the sentence
    • Review obligation with hay que and tener que + infinitive
    • Express duration with hace + duration + que + present and desde hace + duration + present
    • Locate an action in time using hace + duration + que + pretérito perfecto or indefinido
    • Verbal phrases
      • empezar a / acabar de / volver a / dejar de / soler + infinitive
      • llevar / seguir + gerund
    • Past Progressive using estar in the pretérito perfecto / indefinido + gerund
    • Present Subjunctive in main and subordinate clauses and after impersonal expressions
    • The plus-que-parfait mood
    • Prepositions por and para
      • before a direct object
    • Comparisons of reflexive personal pronouns, direct and indirect objects
    • Consolidation of all past verb tenses
      • Imperfect
      • Simple Past
      • Past progressive
      • Plus-que-parfait
  1. Vocabulary
    • Enrich vocabulary
    • Expressions of consequence
      • Así que
      • Por eso
    • Expression of casualty
      • Porque
  1. Oral Expression
    • Various topics


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