Level 4 8:00 pm (AEST) Iliana (8 weeks)

Each course lasts eight weeks (1 class per week) and is at the same time each week as the first class.

“Yesterday is g ne. Tomorrow has not yet c me. We have only to ay. Let us begin.”

― Mother Teresa

And it’s with these beautiful words from Mother Teresa that we welcome you to level 4, where you will find the tools to master what we covered in level 3.

Preterite and Imperfect are beautiful, powerful, and distinctive parts of Spanish, but for the same reason, they require a lot of practice to discern their differences and nuances.

By giving you one more past tense in this level, Present Perfect, the differences between the two will become more evident and easy to remember, and as a result, everything will make much more sense.

You will quickly jump from one to the other as your speech requires. Expect a lot of talking and writing at this level!

Legends: Reviewing simple past/preterite and imperfect.

We know that reading, writing, telling, and sharing legends form part of our culture.

Present perfect

To express things we are yet to complete, things we are waiting to happen or things we have repeated several times in the past but might keep repeating!

We talk about how romantic we are and how good of a friend we are.

Uses of Hace and Desde.

Greeting and talking to old friends you haven’t been in contact with for a long time.

Talking about ongoing activities that started in the past and specifying when those things started at a particular time.


Habits and character descript n. How often do you…?


Describe situations happening at the moment of speaking. Choose between imperfect and past progressive narrating stories/anecdotes using the three main past tenses used in Spanish and the gerund.

ESTAR + PAST PARTICIPLE of verbs (a form of passive voice)

To tell the current state of things.

July 8 @ 18:30
18:30 — 20:00 (1h 30′)



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