Super-intensive Spanish course A2

Course Overview

Intensive course aimed at students who wish to begin their knowledge of the Spanish language and culture with a methodology based on the “learning by doing” model and classes adapted to the specifications of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. This option is designed for people who want to make faster progress in learning the language and can go to class every day from Monday to Friday.

The super-intensive course also includes extra practice in oral expression and interaction, linguistic challenges in real situations, outings to emblematic places of the city, and special training for the preparation of accreditation of language competence exams.

Level description


The initial block (A levels) in learning Spanish as a foreign or second language is essential for each participant to acquire the basic skills that allow them to function in their daily lives.

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

-        Understand phrases and the most common vocabulary on topics of personal interest (very basic personal and family information, purchases, place of residence, employment). The student can capture the main idea of short, clear, and simple notices and messages.

-        The student can read very short and simple texts. Can find specific and predictable information in simple, everyday writing such as advertisements, brochures, menus, and schedules, and short, simple personal letters.

-        The student can communicate in simple and common tasks that require a simple and direct exchange of information about everyday activities and issues. The student is capable of very brief social exchanges, although he/she is generally unable to understand enough to carry on the conversation on his/her own.

-        Uses a series of expressions and phrases to describe his/her family and other people, his/her living conditions, his/her educational background and current or last job in simple terms.

-        The student can write short and simple notes and messages relating to his/her immediate needs. The student can write very simple personal letters, for example to thank someone for something.