Part 3 of the course focuses on expressing views and feelings across a range of topics, objects, situations and behaviours.
To do this, you’ll use forms of grammar, such as the indicative, the subjunctive and exclamatory clauses. You will also learn about using superlatives and modifiers.
You’ll drill deeper into the detail of the language by participating in short debates about hypothetical scenarios – a clear indication of how far your learning has progressed.
On completion of part 3 you will be proficient in intermediate Spanish or CEFR B1 level of the Common European Framework for languages.
Who is it for?
You’ll need to be able to communicate at CEFR A2 level or have approximately 160 hours of formal learning. You may have a good or recent GCSE or taken part 2 of our intermediate course. More 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.
- Taught by qualified and experienced Spanish teachers
- We only teach in small groups which allow for individual feedback
- Access materials at home via our e-learning platforms.