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Basic 1
Equivalent to
Common European
Framework of Reference
for Languages Level A1
1 2
  • The pronunciation, sounds, and spelling of
    Spanish words
  • Basic questions & asking for information
  • Expressing purpose
  • Mentioning the existence of a category
  • Building simple sentences
  • Posing/answering basic questions
  • Counting and talking about quantities
  • The Spanish alphabet
  • The Infinitive
  • ''Para'' + infinitive
  • Basic questions
  • Definite and indefinite articles
  • Present indicative tense-regular verbs
  • Present tense irregular verbs (ser, ir, querer, and tener)
  • Numbers from 0 to 1000
  • Conjunctions: ''y'', ''o'', ''pero''
Basic 1+
A1 level according to the
Common European
Framework of Reference
for Languages
3 4
  • Exchanging personal information
  • Speaking about our families
  • Asking questions using ''qué'' and ''quién''
  • Talking about nationalities, age, and
  • Asking basic personal questions
  • Describing people, things, and places
  • Adjectives: possessives and demonstratives
  • Articles
  • Masculine and feminine articles
  • Formation of the plural
  • The preposition "de"
  • The verb ''ser''
  • Reflexive verbs
  • Numbers from 20 to 100
  • Descriptive adjectives using the verb ''ser''
Basic 2
A1 level according to the
Common European
Framework of Reference
for Languages
5 6
  • Asking for directions in the city
  • Describing a place
  • Speaking about the home and furniture
  • Speaking about the location of things and
  • Comparing people, things, and places
  • Speaking about materials and prices
  • Asking and expressing preferences
  • Contrasting information
  • Irregular verbs : ''poner'', ''salir'', ''saber''
  • The verbs ''estar'' and ''haber''
  • Intro to articles, adjectives, and indefinite pronouns
  • The prepositions ''a'' and ''en''
  • Gerunds
  • Using ''estar'' + gerunds
  • Irregular verbs with vowel changes
  • More than / less than
  • Formulating questions using ''qué'' and ''cuál''
  • The adverbs ''también'' and ''tampoco''
diate 1
A2 level according to the CEFRL
7 8
  • Comparing and describing the character and
    physical features of persons
  • Expressing possession
  • Discussing personal and family relationships.
  • Identifying form, color, place, and brand.
  • Speaking of personal experiences
  • Discussing future plans
  • Contrasting ''ser'' and ''estar''
  • Verbs to describe people: ''tener'', ''llevar'', ''parecerse''
  • Adjectives and possessives pronouns
  • Demonstrative pronouns
  • Periphrastic future (''ir'' + ''a'' + verb) and ''Pensar'' + verb
  • Present perfect tense
  • Direct and indirect object pronouns
diate 1+
A2 level according to the CEFRL
9 10
  • Suggesting plans and activities
  • Speaking of likes and interests
  • Ordering in a restaurant
  • Speaking about past events
  • Relating moments in the past
  • Verbs ''gustar'', ''encantar'', and ''interesar''
  • Exclamations
  • The preterite tense
  • The passive voice
  • ''Cuando'' + preterite tense verbs
diate 2
A2 level according to the CEFRL
11 12
  • Relating circumstances and actions
  • Reacting to a story
  • Telling complex stories
  • Making descriptions in the past
  • Comparing the past vs. the present
  • Speaking of habits and customs
  • Refer to the commencement, interruption or
    repetition of an action
  • The imperfect tense (Second past tense)
  • Preterite / Imperfect contrast
  • Past progressive
  • Uses of the imperfect tense
  • Present for habitual actions
  • Introduction to verbal paraphrases
diate 2+
A2 level according to the CEFRL
13 14
  • Expressing opinions and reacting to them
  • Speaking of cause and consequence
  • Contrasting and comparing information
  • Giving instructions and advice
  • Expressing obligation/need to do something.
  • Asking for and giving permission
  • Offering to do something
  • The present subjunctive: regular and irregular verbs
  • Using connectors
  • Uses of the subjunctive to make an opinion
  • Use of conjunctions ''pero'' and ''aunque''
  • The imperative: affirmative and negative
  • Impersonal "Hay que"
  • "Tener que"
Pre intermediate 3 (OPTIONAL MODULE)
OPTIONAL MODULE: Review of the contents from Level A2 or Preparation for the DELE A2 exam

*PLEASE NOTE: This is an optional module, and it is arranged after approval and request from all students enrolled at the
group, otherwise the group will continue with ''Intermediate 1''.

diate 1
B1 level according to the CEFRL
15 16 17
  • Speaking of present habits
  • relating past experiences
  • Locating an action in time
  • Expressing prohibition and obligation
  • Expressing impersonality
  • Speaking of habits and customs
  • Expressing your personal point of view
  • Talking by phone
  • Receiving and leaving phone messages
  • Past tenses review: Present Perfect, Preterite and
  • Prepositional phrases: ''empezar a'', ''acabar
    de'', ''volver a'', ''dejar de''
  • ''Llevar'' + gerund , ''seguir'' + gerund
  • Time markers: ''hace'', ''desde hace'', ''desde'', etc.
  • Verbs to express prohibition / obligation
  • Impersonal sentences: "es normal"/"es raro" + infinitive
  • The irregular verb "soler"
  • Quantifiers
  • Phone conversations
  • Indirect style in present and preterite tenses
  • Communication strategies
diate 1+
B1 level according to the CEFRL
18 19 20
  • Telling stories in the present
  • Storytelling, legends, and telling jokes
  • Expressing desires, demands, and needs
  • Assess situations and events
  • Propose solutions and recommendations
  • Telling anecdotes
  • Speaking of causes and consequences
  • Speech connectors
  • Using both direct & indirect object pronouns
  • Uses of the present subjunctive to make an opinion or
    express needs and desires.
  • "Cuando" + future idea
  • Conditional tense: "Debería(s)", "habría que"
  • The past perfect tense
  • Combining past tenses for storytelling
  • Anecdote connectors
  • Cause connectors: "como" and "porque"
  • Consequence connectors: "así que" and "de modo que
diate 2
B1 level according to the CEFRL
21 22
  • Expressing interests and feelings
  • Speaking of personal relationships
  • Show agreement and disagreement
  • Describing the characteristics and operation of
  • Referencing objects to describe them
  • Using the indicative or the subjunctive
  • Third person verbs (indicative and subjunctive)
  • Using the subjunctive to express feelings
  • Expressions for arguing
  • Statements of description and function
  • Relative phrases, exclamatory phrases,
    superlatives: -ísimo / -a / -os / -as,
  • Uses of the indicative/subjunctive in relative clauses
diate 2+
B1 level according to the CEFRL
23 24
  • Making hypotheses and conjectures
  • Telling mysterious events
  • Writing and commenting on news
  • Formulating hypotheses
  • Uses of simple future and compound future tenses
  • Reporting verbs
  • Passive voice
  • Indirect style with verbs in the past
diate 2++
B1 level according to the CEFRL
25 26
  • Giving advice
  • Evoking imaginary situations
  • Commenting on actions and behaviors
  • Recounting a past event
  • Expressing knowledge and ignorance about
    a topic
  • Imperfect past subjunctive + the conditional tense
  • Using the conditional tense
  • Conditional phrases: "nunca me pondría", "debería", etc
  • Reviewing past tenses
  • Reviewing the uses of the present subjunctive
B2 level according to the
Common European
Framework of Reference
for Languages
27 28
  • Thoroughly describing the physical
    appearance, personality, and character of a
    famous person
  • Explaining in detail aspects of the personality
    of a family member, friend, or partner
  • Describing our colleagues and classmates
  • Referring to the habits and customs of the
    people of a country
  • Relating parts of a movie or of a TV show/
  • Writing and telling complex stories
  • Designing a résumé (Curriculum Vitae)
  • Talking about our job and describing our
    work responsibilities
  • Uses of the verbs ''ser'', ''estar'', ''tener'',
    ''llevar'', and ''usar''
  • Uses of ''ser'' and ''estar'' with adjectives
    to describe and value
  • Uses of ser and estar with adjectives to
    make a change of meaning and nuance
  • Adjectives that require exclusive use of
    ser and estar
  • Verbs that express change: ''hacerse'',
    ''volverse'', ''ponerse'', ''llegar a ser'',
    ''terminar'', ''acabar de'', etc
  • Distinguishing the past tenses:
    communication functions of the Present
    Perfect, Preterite, and Imperfect
  • Temporary markers to refer to past
    events in detail
  • Using connectors for storytelling:
    ''pues'', ''pero'', ''porque'', ''y'', ''cuando'',
    ''de pronto'', ''mientras'', ''de repente'',
    ''entonces'', ''así que'', etc.
  • Verb phrases: ''ir a'' + verb, ''estar a punto
    de'' + V, ''ponerse a'' + V, ''empezar a'' +V,
    ''parar de'' +V, ''volver a'' + V, ''llevar'' +
    gerund, ''estar'' + gerund, ''dejar de'' + V,
    ''terminar de'' +V, etc.
The human
body and
  • Cinema
    and TV
  • Literature
  • Working
B2 level according to the
Common European
Framework of Reference
for Languages
29 30
  • Writing an advertising slogan
  • Making riddles
  • Writing ads for buying and selling
    things/offering services in the newspaper
  • Writing a diary
  • Telling fictional stories
  • Telling real stories
  • Combination of unstressed pronouns
  • Hierarchical order based on the
    grammatical persons: (se) + (2nd person)
    + (1st person) + (3rd person)
  • Tactics to correct previous statements:
    ''sino'', ''sino que'', ''es más'', etc.
  • Reconstructing past events: ''hace'',
    ''desde'', ''desde hace'', ''llevo'', ''hace +
    período + que'', etc.
  • Time markers to introduce time: ''cuando'',
    ''en cuanto'', ''tan pronto como'', ''apenas'',
    ''desde que'', ''antes que'', ''mientras'', etc.
  • Lexical pieces to build stories: ''cuando'',
    ''en cuanto'', ''tan pronto como'', ''apenas'',
    ''desde que'', ''antes que'', ''mientras''
  • Advertisem
  • Common
    objects in
    the house
  • Looking
    for work
  • History of
  • Spooky
  • Fairy tales
B2 level according to the
Common European
Framework of Reference
for Languages
31 32
  • Describing in detail the objects of a house
  • Describe real objects and their purposes
  • Giving/receiving specific cooking instructions
  • Reacting convincingly to a statement
  • Formulating hypotheses for the present and
    the recent past
  • Making a hypotheses and suggesting
  • Relative pronouns and the formation of
    relative clauses
  • Prepositions and prepositional phrases
  • Uses of the subjunctive in relative
    clauses to express temporality
    (''cuando'', ''hasta que'', ''antes de que'',
    ''después de que'') and purpose: ''para
  • Expressions to emphasize, accept, and
    reject a statement
  • The simple future and compound future
  • Sentences that require the use of the
    subjunctive or the indicative: ''creo que'',
    ''me parece que'', ''antes de que'', etc.
  • The house
  • The kitchen
  • Cooking
  • Offers and
  • Urban
  • Gossip
B2 level according to the
Common European
Framework of Reference
for Languages
33 34
  • Repeating what someone has said
  • Communicating others' messages
  • Giving advice to others
  • Expressing feelings and mood
  • Describing the partner we have or that we
    would like to have
  • The indirect style: repeating words
  • The indirect style to communicate
    intentions (greet, thank, complain, invite)
  • Correlation of the past tenses and time
    markers in the indirect style
  • Uses of the indicative, subjunctive, and
    conditional to suggest, advise, force, and
    command others
  • Verbs in third person to express feelings
    (annoyance, sadness, shame)
  • Using connectors to express cause (''por
    culpa de'', ''a causa de'', ''ya que'') and
    opposition (''en cambio'', ''sin embargo'')
  • Theater
  • Errands
  • Problems
    of everyday
  • People's
  • Couple
B2 level according to the
Common European
Framework of Reference
for Languages
35 36
  • Describing newspaper photos in detail
  • Referring to a newspaper article and
    making comments about it
  • Writing a newspaper article
  • Referring to the causes of environmental
    problems and the effects that our actions
    have on it
  • Preparing a report with the occurrences of a
    day's work
  • Identifying false cognates in a speech
  • Using the passive voice with the verb
  • Verbs to convey information: ''afirmar'',
    ''opinar'', ''señalar'', ''asegurar''
  • Values of the non-personal forms: the
    participle and the gerund
  • Using the impersonal ''se'' and ''la gente''
  • Discursive connectors to express cause
    and consequence: ''debido a que'',
    ''puesto que'', ''de modo que''
  • Discursive connectors: ''también'', ''en
    cambio'', ''por un lado'', ''por otro lado'',
  • Sensationa-
    list topics in
  • The media
  • Pollution
  • Work
  • Spanish
B2 level according to the
Common European
Framework of Reference
for Languages
37 38
  • Describing art, images in general, and film
    scenes in detail
  • Formulating opinions on abstract subjects
  • Reformulating sentences to suit our current
  • Conditioning a future action and weighing the
  • Formulating impossible desires and
    hypothetical situations
  • Formulating possible & impossible hypotheses
  • Talking about past impossible hypothetical
    situations and their consequences
  • Imagining possible solutions to global problems
  • Reproaching an action or attitude
  • Identification of idioms & metaphors
    related to colors
  • Structure to formulate a critique on an
    artistic matter
  • Forming nouns and adjectives by
  • Conditional & future sentences using
  • "Si" + subjunctive imperfect or conditional
  • Meaning of conditional sentences
  • Subjunctive past perfect & compound
    conditional tenses
  • Using "aunque" + indicative / subjunctive
  • Adverse connectors
  • Perception
    & feeling
  • Colors, art,
  • Science
    fiction &
  • Global
  • Education

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