- Study at home from anywhere in the world.
- Choose your course type: semi intensive, extensive or private classes.
- For all ages.
- 3 – 8 students per class
- All levels (A1-C2)
Study Spanish at home from anywhere in the world! You can choose one of our online courses:
- Online semi intensive course: Learn Spanish 2 hours every day from Monday to Friday (10 hours per week).
- Online extensive course: Designed for people who, because they work or study, the only have 2 or 3 days a week for language acquisition. More information about our extensive courses here
- Online private classes: Choose the number of hours you wish to study, the approach you want for your classes and your specific needs. More information about our private classes here
- Registration fee
- Level test or free trial class
- Teaching materials
- The duration of one lesson is 60 minutes.
- The minimum enrolment age is 18 years for the online course and 8 years for private classes.
- In case of absence, lessons not received can only be recovered in case of 24-hour prior notification (private classes), 7-day prior notification (group classes) or a justified medical cause.
- In the event of an unjustified delay of more than 20 minutes, the school reserves the right to cancel the class, in which case it cannot be recovered.
- Introduce yourself and meet other people.
- Talk about the weather, people, objects, places or general situations.
- Express your tastes and hobbies.
- Talk about your plans and obligations.
- Describe and report past experiences and events.
- Give instructions on how to do something.
- Use formal language and give advice.
- Talk about the future.
- Talk about experiences, anecdotes, stories and past events.
- Express your wishes and feelings.
- Express and justify your opinions.
- Participate in debates.
- Report other people´s words.
- Express real and unreal conditions.
- Talk about tastes, personal experiences and make descriptions in more depth.
- Express yourself fluently, spontaneously and effectively in social, academic or professional contexts.
- Make jokes and use double meaning or irony.
- Be able to understand a great variety of discourses: literature, films, academic articles, television, etc.
- Make a clear, fluid and well-structured speech with a controlled use of discourse markers, connectors and cohesive devices.
- Take part in any conversation or debate effortlessly.
- Be able to easily understand practically everything you hear or read.
- Use idioms, set phrases and colloquial expressions.
- Express yourself fluently and convey nuances accurately.
- Learn how to get around communication traps.
*** If you wish to get further details of the contents of each level, you can download the original edition of the CEFR from the Cervantes Institute website here.
(*) Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, Teaching, Assessment. Strasbourg: Council of Europe, 2001. MARCO COMÚN EUROPEO DE REFERENCIA PARA LAS LENGUAS: APRENDIZAJE, ENSEÑANZA, EVALUACIÓN