Level A2

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  Topic Outline

Specific Learning Outcomes


Express wishes, obligations and needs

Express certainty, evidence and possibility

Express feelings and physical sensations

Accept or reject ideas and suggestions

Buy groceries

Order food at a restaurant

Ask for an excuse / excuse someone

Talk about past experiences

Agree and disagree

Talk about clothing

Make comparisons

Ask and grant permission

Talk about dates

Give and accept a gift

Talk about a trip

Ask for help

Borrow something

Talk on the phone


Verbs + infinitive, ….

Countable and Uncountable nouns

Pretérito Perfecto

Participio Pasado


Direct Object Pronoun: lo, la, los, las

Estar + gerund

Pretérito Indefinido: verbos regulares e irregulares


Pretérito imperfecto

  1. You can understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of needs of a concrete type.
  2. You can introduce yourself and others and can ask and answer questions about personal details such as where you live, people you know and things you have.
  3. You can interact in a simple way, provided the other person talks slowly and clearly and is prepared to help.

Instructors use a natural methodology that allows students to progressively learn based on previously taught material. This constitutes a building approach where solid foundations are built to sustain new elements of the language.

The conversational methodology implemented in the classroom, allows students to speak from the very first day of class and to understand messages and situations in Spanish based on context, body language, association of ideas or concrete vocabulary. Dictionaries are not allowed in class.

Students are expected to actively participate during each session. We keep a small number of participants per class to maximize their interaction during their Spanish immersion program. Using a wide range of strategies, instructors help develop listening, speaking, reading and writing capabilities, always meeting the different learning styles present in a classroom. At the beginning of the session, students are assigned a pack of additional activities to complete as part of their self-study time. In addition, instructors assign different activities to be completed by students every week and before each new lesson.

Due to the complexity of the lessons, each Level has been divided into two (2) sub-levels and each one is completed in a period of 8 weeks.

Methodology Back  to Spanish Programs

At the end of Level A2

You can understand sentences and frequently used               expressions related to areas including basic personal             and family information, shopping, local geography and             employment.

You can communicate in simple and routine tasks,             requiring a simple and direct exchange of information             on familiar and routine matters

You can describe, in simple terms, aspects of your             background, immediate environment and matters in             areas of immediate need.

You can comfortably ‘get by’ when visiting the             country, albeit with some difficulty.


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