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Getting started is easy. We will help you through each step so that you know you are participating at a level that is best for you.

1. Find your Level

Our Spanish group courses follow the CEFR standard. Start with complete beginner and work your way to advanced topics in these structured instructor-led online courses. Take our placement test if you don't know where to start.

Spanish Course Levels

Beginner Spanish

Beginner Spanish is split into two courses: Spanish A1.1 and Spanish A1.2

You can click on the course level to find out more about the materials used and the curriculum covered. Here are some basics of what will be covered.

I can introduce myself, as well as ask and answer simple personal and direct questions.

  • Can understand and use familiar everyday expressions.
  • Can introduce yourself and others, as well as ask and answer personal questions.
  • Can interact in a simple conversation with a slow-speaking conversation partner.

Elementary Spanish

Elementary Spanish is split into two courses: Spanish A2.1 and Spanish A2.2

You can click on the course level to find out more about the materials used and the curriculum covered. Here are some basics of what will be covered.

I can describe my background and routine tasks in simple terms but struggle to keep the conversation going.

  • Can understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to familiar topics.
  • Can communicate routine tasks in simple terms.
  • Can describe your background and immediate environment in simple terms.

Intermediate Spanish

Intermediate Spanish is split into two courses: Spanish B1.1 and Spanish B1.2

You can click on the course level to find out more about the materials used and the curriculum covered. Here are some basics of what will be covered.

I can take part in a simple conversation on my own but make mistakes and fish for words quite often.

  • Can understand the basics of matters like work, school, leisure, etc.
  • Can deal with most situations likely to arise whilst travelling in an area where the language is spoken.
  • Can write simple connected text on familiar topics.

Advanced Spanish

Advanced Spanish is split into two courses: Spanish B2.1 and Spanish B2.2

You can click on the course level to find out more about the materials used and the curriculum covered. Here are some basics of what will be covered.

I can interact easily with native speakers but still struggle with colloquialisms and academic language.

  • Can understand a complex text on both general and specific topics. This includes technical discussions in your field of specialisation.
  • Can interact with native speakers, easily understand them and express yourself without thinking about language.
  • Can write clear, detailed text and explain viewpoints on a certain topic by giving pros and cons.

2. Inquire about Courses

No need to figure things out on your own, inquire about our courses and we will help you find the best level and schedule that works for you.

3. Purchase and Enroll

Once we have figured out the best group course for you, we will help you enroll. Purchase your course upfront or pay monthly as you complete your course.