Part 3 will build on your current knowledge of discussing your daily activities and routines. You’ll learn to discuss your weekend and other past events using regular, irregular and reflexive verbs, and be introduced to adverbs of frequency, for example, “always”, “often” and “sometimes”.
Under the guidance of our qualified and native Spanish tutors, you’ll take part in activities, exercise and games to practise everyday interactions.
Part 3 is the third and final beginners module, so that you can communicate at A1 level of the Common European Framework Reference of language learning (CEFR).
Who is it for?
Our beginners modules are taught at progressive levels. You’ll need to have studied Spanish for about 40 hours to enrol onto part 3. You may have just finished part 2 of our beginners syllabus or an equivalent course elsewhere. More information can be found in the eligibility section.
Find out more about our Spanish courses
This course takes place one evening a week at 18:30 for 10 weeks.
- Complete your beginner's knowledge and reach CEFR A1
- Gain a certificate from a prestigious London university on completion of the 10 weeks
- Combines a structured approach with interactive learning.