You’ve seen the past, you know the present, now get ready for the future! During this Spanish course in London, you can look forward to learning an entirely new verb tense while developing your understanding of all the past tenses previously learnt.
Our Spanish lessons in London are designed for students with an average of 75 hours of study behind them. Excitingly, less prompt is now required as you navigate your way around the Spanish language, covering a variety of complex topics and situations.
Our teachers are all native and completely professional providing you with a safe and welcoming learning environment. You can look forward to personalised feedback at every step of your progress, creating a bespoke and unique experience for all. Missed a lesson? No worries! Any resources used in the class are all uploaded to our handy platform that you can access via our online portal.
During these Spanish lessons you will learn:
- to deepen your understanding of the combined use of all past tenses
- to narrate the plot of a movie
- to describe an incident or accident in the past
- to predict the future and hypothesise
- to express prohibition, permission and obligation
- to know when to use ‘por’ and ‘para
This intermediate Spanish course is completed over 10 weeks and is comprised of 15 hours of Spanish studies
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Noelia Carracedo¡Buenas! I am Noelia, a Spanish and Italian teacher from Galicia, the greenest corner of Spain! Growing up in a bilingual environment - speaking Galician and Spanish - made me curious about languages for as long as I can remember. I studied Modern Languages at Escuela Oficial de Idiomas in Spain, before gaining a Master's degree in teaching languages at the Università per Stranieri di Reggio Calabria.For me, languages are the instrument for human success and understanding, as well as the link that keeps us in touch with our own culture and helps us discover new ones. They are also a lot of fun! ¡Hasta pronto!
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