Level 2 6:30 pm (AEST) Iliana (8 weeks)

Each of these courses goes for 8 weeks (1 class per week) and is at the same time each week as the first class.

¡Felicidades! ¡Enhorabuena! Congratulations! 

By this point, you should have a solid idea of the language’s foundation and be ready to explore it in more depth.

If we have had the pleasure of having you in level 1, or if you have travelled and learnt some vocabulary but still can’t put all those different bits and pieces into a coherent sentence, then now’s the time to put it all together!

You have studied so hard and triumphed over the battle of verb conjugations; you have plenty of vocabulary, and your pronunciation of ‘r’ is getting better every day, so why is it so hard to put these things into a phrase that works?

Don’t panic or get disappointed in your studies so far, for this is in fact a good sign: you are forcing yourself to think in Spanish a little bit more each time and you are facing more complex structures in a very natural way.

Not enough consolation? Do you want to speak better?

Then, take your needle and thread, as this level will give you the tricks to string together that elusive speech.

As we all know, “There is an exception to every rule” (Annoying but true). In level 2, you may find many irregularities. Don’t let them intimidate you. You have to realise that you are no longer a beginner, which, besides sounding so good when you say it, also means that you are most likely experiencing moments of frustration when trying to speak.

But you are just a step away from producing a perfect sentence without angst!

It doesn’t mean that you are not learning but the opposite!

¡Vamos! ¡Tú puedes!

What you will learn at this level:


We will get to know our classmates by reviewing level 1. We will give personal information and ask our classmates for theirs to introduce them to the class then.

Perífrasis Ir + a + Verbo en infinitivo (going to.  Near future)

Talking about our plans for the weekend.

Perífrasis Ir + a + Verbo en infinitivo (going to.  Near future) + brief introductions to direct and indirect pronouns.  Uses of  TRAER (to bring), LLEVAR (to take)

Preparing a party, deciding who is going to bring what.

Perífrasis Tener + que + Verbo en Infinitivo (Have to)

Inviting our classmates to do something with them.  Accepting and turning down invitations with excuses.

Perífrasis Hay + que (let’s…/One has to…)

Talking about what’s customary or advisable to do or not to do in a country we visit.

The verb Gustar (to like) and verbs that require indirect object pronouns to complete their meaning.

Expressing likes and dislikes in music and in general.

Chatting with friends, giving points of view on different topics.

Interrogatives adverbs.

Review for the correct construction of questions.


Getting to know the most common exceptions to the rule of gender.

Direct Object + Indirect Object

Use both pronouns to avoid repetition in speech or complete the meaning of verbs.  Reading and understanding a recipe,

An Introduction to Prepositions

How do you use them when followed by a personal pronoun and useful phrases with them, like a coffee to take away, please?

The Verbs Saber and Conocer (to know)

Talking about our abilities, people we know or have met and places we have visited.

How to take a taxi.

Comparatives and superlatives

Comparing hotels, cities, countries and artists.

Stem changing verbs.

Getting familiar with verbs that have a change in their stem when conjugated. Like PEDIR, QUERER, DORMIR. Using intuition to distinguish the three different changes and when they are required.

Negative sentences.

Correct use of adverbs NADA, TAMPOCO, NINGÚN etc…

Renting a video and a hotel room.

July 8 @ 18:30
18:30 — 20:00 (1h 30′)



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