Ready for your next Spanish language course?

If you would like to take a Spanish language course at an Intermediate level, our new classes are starting from the 21st January.

What does Intermediate level mean?

If we refer to the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for languages), the Intermediate level is called B1.

At Happy Languages, it is split in 3 courses, Intermediate 1, Intermediate 2 and Intermediate 3.

These courses are held from 7pm to 8.30pm once per week for 10 weeks.

The location is our gorgeous office in the Aldgate Tower, next to Aldgate East Station.

How shall you choose the right Intermediate Spanish language course?

Roughly, you should have studied for 90 hours if you want to start an Intermediate 1, 105 hours for an Intermediate 2 and 120 hours for an Intermediate 3.

But careful, it is not the same for all of you!

As it depends on many different factors, we suggest to check the contents on our website in order to have a clear idea of what to expect from each course.

What will be the focus of the course?

We believe that learning a language means developing all the different abilities.

During your classes you will study grammar and vocabulary as well as use the language in real life situations.

The aim of each course is always communicating in Spanish!

How can you practice during Christmas time?

As we have a deserved break for Christmas, if you want to revise some contents and practice the language you can access our amazing online resources.

Have a look here!

And if you enjoy video tutorials, go to our Youtube Channel and watch our Spanish ones.

And this is not all: you can also practice on our Pinterest Board.

So reserve your place and see you in January!

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