Intermediate Spanish Conversation Class - Battersea Spanish

Intermediate Spanish Conversation Class

  • Mondays
  • Time: 18:30 - 19:45
  • Starting: Oct 9th
  • Length: 10 Weeks
  • Price: 200 GBP inc VAT and all materials
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Intermediate Spanish Conversation Class

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Course Description

People just can’t stop talking in (or about) this course! This course is a perfect fit for those who can chatter away in Spanish with relative ease and would like to perfect their vocabulary, fluency and debate skills. Through a series of resources such as news, documentaries, radio podcasts and essays, you will gain the confidence needed to reach ‘nativo’ status.  Before booking the Spanish Conversation class, please make sure you take our Spanish Level Test and send us your level.

There are 10 weeks of 75 minute Spanish lessons in this course

It covers B1.3-B2  in the Common European Framework. See the entire curriculum here to know what comes next!

Learning Spanish in London obviously takes longer than if you were to study abroad, so be sure to supplement your courses with any one of our events that will help you to learn the language and love the culture!

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Edoardo Torres

¡Hola! My name is Luis Edoardo, and I was born in Nuevo Laredo Mexico, in the frontier with the US. I have always been an enthusiastic reader. I started writing poetry and plays because I wanted to be like Federico García Lorca one day. For 10 years I collaborated with a literary magazine and had the opportunity to meet and learn from many great Latin American writers. My plays have been published in different anthologies, staged several times and translated to English and German. I have also been teaching Spanish and literature to young people and adults for over 5 years, both in Mexico and the UK. These experiences motivated me to study for a master’s degree in Education of the Arts in Roehampton University. Some of my best professional experiences have been working in the Centre for the promotion of Literature, “Estación Palabra-Gabriel García Márquez” and being the coordinator of our very popular monthly Spanish Book Club where I can share my two passions: teaching and literature.


  • 99 Lavender Hill - Unit 121
  • London
  • United Kingdom
  • 07554685682
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