New Spanish Evening Classes: Elementary Courses

Looking for Spanish Evening Classes at an Elementary level to start in January?

We have a good news: after the Christmas break, our Spanish Evening Classes will restart from the 21st January!

If you have already completed the Beginner level, it is time to start the Elementary.

In the CEFR (Common European Frame of Reference for languages) the Elementary level is A2.

At Happy Languages we structure our courses according to it and we split the A2 level in 3 courses: Elementary 1, Elementary 2 and Elementary 3.

What are the main contents of the Elementary level?

The Elementary level is quite dense.

You will focus on Stem-changing Verbs, on the Present Continuous, Present Perfect, Present Perfect Continuous, Indefinite Past, Direct Pronouns and Indirect Pronouns.

Anyway, going through all these contents during 3 courses will help you learning and progressing gradually, doing a lot of revision and practicing each topic many times.

Also, this is functional to reach the main goal of each course: use the language to communicate in different situations!

How are the Spanish Evening Courses organised?

All our Spanish Evening Courses take place from 7pm to 8.30pm at the Aldgate Tower and last 10 weeks.

This allows busy professionals to take part in the course despite the several daily commitments.

What are the most common materials used?

Our qualified and experienced teachers know how to engage students using great materials.

Depending on the teacher’s preferences and on the class, there are many interesting materials that might be used.

One of the most used textbooks is Aula Internacional, which is often integrated with other nice activities to practice grammar and vocabulary topics.

Do you know that we have a lot of online resources to go through?

Check them and enjoy our video tutorials as well, they are perfect to practice during the Christmas break and get ready for the next term!

Have you chosen your course?

Reserve your place then and see you in January!

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