Spanish – Advanced Intermediate Level


This course was made for individuals who want to express themselves in Spanish, but who make a few mistakes. The intermediate advanced participants can adequately use, both written and orally, verbs conjugated in the past, present and future tenses.

At the end of the course, the participants will be able to:

  • Understand the essential content of concrete or abstract subjects in a complex text, including technical discussions in their field of employment
  • Communicate with a degree of spontaneity and comfortableness when conversing with a native speaker, there should be no tension for either speaker
  • Express themselves in a clear and detailed manner on a wide range of topics
  • Give an opinion regarding a news topic and give the benefits and disadvantages of various possibilities

They will communicate and argue on various subjects of interest. They will work on their oral comprehension and reading skills. Various discussions on different topics regarding the Hispanic world.




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



Having taken the intermediate level course or having passed the placement test.



  1. Communication Content
    • Refer to a news items, an incident, etc. and comment on it
    • Write a news article
    • Give your opinion and react to someone else’s opinion
    • Agree or disagree with a proposition, express your agreement or disagreement, organize arguments
    • Suggest some topics or allude to other people’s intervention
    • Suggest imaginary situations
    • Give an opinion on actions or behaviors
    • Express desires
    • Say you do not know something
    • Express cause and purpose
    • Give advice and offer propositions
    • Talk about feelings and describe someone’s character and personality
    • Speak about the qualities of a person or a thing
    • Describe and comment certain characteristics of a city
    • Talk about beliefs that we had (or have) on some subjects 
    • Express positive, negative or neutral feelings
    • Establish conditions and prerequisites and express them
    • Talk about a job
    • Describe a company
    • Understand and use the characteristics of supported texts
    • Talk about past facts that have not happened and their consequences
  1. Grammar
    • Consolidation of some verbal phrases
    • Consolidation of past tenses
      • Imperfect, Simple Past, Past Progressive, Plus-que-parfait
    • Use of quedar (se) / poner (se)
    • Use reflexive pronominal verbs to express movement
    • Express purpose using the Infinitive, Present and Imperfect Subjunctive moods
    • Learn and use idioms
    • Relative subordinate phrases using the Indicative and Subjunctive moods
    • Review prepositions
    • Review conjunctions
    • Agreement of indirect verb tenses
    • Relative pronouns
    • Past participle in the passive voice
    • Review and consolidation of the use of Indicative or Subjunctive mood
    • Te recomiendo / aconsejo / sugiero que + Present Subjunctive
    • Creo que + Indicative, no creo que + Present Subjunctive
    • Es una tontería / impensable + Infinitive / Subjunctive
    • Conditional
      • Morphology and uses
    • Imperfect Subjunctive mood
      • Morphology and uses
    • Hypothesis using the Imperfect Subjunctive and Conditional moods
    • Using the Present and Imperfect Subjunctive moods for wishes
    • Verb agreement in relative clauses
    • Past Subjunctive mood to express anticipation
    • Impersonal construction of sentences using se and the 3rd person plural
    • Consolidation with por and para
    • Some logical connectors used to organize and nuance your argument
      • en primer / Segundo + lugar
    • Direct and indirect in the past using decir, afirmar, explicar, pedir, insistir en, etc.
    • Indirect discourse using the Subjunctive mood
  1. Vocabulary
    • Enrich vocabulary
    • Vocabulary related to means of communications, to politics, to history, to tourism, to sports, to some traditions, to interpersonal relationship, etc.
    • A few adverbs, adjectives, gerunds and prepositions used in descriptions
    • Some logical connectors use to add, nuance, argument, deny, etc.
    • Expression like solo si, siempre que, eso de…
  1. Oral Expression
    • Various topics


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