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Group Spanish Classes

Spring 2023

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Danny

Intermediate Spanish 2 (Online)

Spanish Beginner II (CEFR B1)
Thursdays 9:30 am—11:00 am • Begins: May 02
Total Class Length: 12 hours
This is a continuation of Danny's Intermediate 1 class. You can join if you are comfortable with the following concepts: present, preterit, imperfect, por vs para, ser vs estar, future and conditional tenses, direct and indirect objects, reflexive verbs. Present and past perfect Commands This is a fun and challenging class. The class is about 80% in Spanish.
  • Texts Required •
  • Online

Fernando

Spanish 1C (In-Person)

Spanish Beginner II (CEFR A2)
Mondays 5:30 pm—7:00 pm • Begins: May 13
Total Class Length: 12 hours
Intended for students who, even though are not new to the language, have a very basic knowledge of Spanish. Key Topics in this Class: Present Tense, Possessive Adjectives, Prepositional, Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns.
  • Home Office Silver Lake •
  • Texts Required •
  • In-Person

Fernando

Spanish 1 (In-Person)

Spanish Beginner I (CEFR A1)
Mondays 7:00 pm—8:30 pm • Begins: May 13
Total Class Length: 12 hours
Intended for students who are new to the language or have studied some Spanish but would like to have a fresh start. Key Topics in this Class: Present Tense, Nouns and Adjectives, Time, Weather, Numbers.
  • Home Office Silver Lake •
  • Texts Required •
  • In-Person

Fernando

Spanish Intermediate Conversation (Online)

Spanish Intermediate V (CEFR B1)
Tuesdays 5:00 pm—6:30 pm • Begins: May 14
Total Class Length: 12 hours
The objective of this class is to focus on oral expression, as well as to improve the student’s comprehension, analysis and communication skills, using articles from newspapers, magazines, Internet, lyrics, short stories, movies, photographs and others.
  • Online

Fernando

Spanish Advanced Conversation (Online)

Spanish Advanced VIII (CEFR C2)
Tuesdays 6:30 pm—8:00 pm • Begins: May 14
Total Class Length: 12 hours
The objective of this class is to focus on oral expression, as well as to improve the student’s comprehension, analysis and communication skills, using articles from newspapers, magazines, Internet, lyrics, short stories, movies, photographs and others.
  • Online

Fernando

Spanish 2 (In-Person)

Spanish Beginner II (CEFR A2)
Wednesdays 5:00 pm—6:30 pm • Begins: May 15
Total Class Length: 12 hours
Intended for students who know Regular Verbs in the Present Tense. Key Topics in this Class: Irregular Verbs in the Present Tense, Pronouns, Adverbs.
  • Teacher’s Home Office Silver Lake •
  • Texts Required •
  • In-Person

Fernando

Spanish 1C (In-Person)

Spanish Beginner II (CEFR A1)
Wednesdays 6:30 pm—8:00 pm • Begins: May 15
Total Class Length: 12 hours
Intended for students who, even though are not new to the language, have a very basic knowledge of Spanish. Key Topics in this Class: Present Tense, Possessive Adjectives, Prepositional, Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns.
  • Teacher’s Home Office Silver Lake •
  • Texts Required •
  • In-Person

Fernando

Spanish 4 (Online)

Spanish Intermediate IV (CEFR B1)
Thursdays 5:00 pm—6:30 pm • Begins: May 16
Total Class Length: 12 hours
Intended for students who know Present Tense and Simple Past Tense. Key Topics in this Class: Regular and Irregular Verbs in the Simple and Compound Past Tenses.
  • Texts Required •
  • Online

Fernando

Spanish 3 (Online)

Spanish Beginner III (CEFR A2)
Thursdays 6:30 pm—8:00 pm • Begins: May 16
Total Class Length: 12 hours
Intended for students who know Presen. Key Topics in this Class: Regular and Irregular Verbs in the Simple Past Tense. Present Tense Review.
  • Texts Required •
  • Online

Danny

Beginner Spanish 2 (Online)

Spanish Beginner II (CEFR A1)
Fridays 8:30 am—10:00 am • Begins: May 17
Total Class Length: 12 hours
This is a continuation of Danny's Beginner 1 class. You can join if you have some previous Spanish experience in high school, college, or tutoring and/or if you are at least familiar with the present tense, the difference between ser and estar, and some basic vocabulary to express days of the week, parts of the body, some items in a house and food, basic greetings and questions, etc.
  • Texts Required •
  • Online

Danny

Beginner Spanish 1 (Online)

Spanish Beginner I (CEFR A1)
Fridays 10:00 am—11:30 am • Begins: May 17
Total Class Length: 12 hours
(CEFR level A1) No experience is necessary just a positive attitude and a desire to learn! In this class you will learn: -Basic conversational scripts that will get you speaking right away! -The difference between the verb ser and the verb estar and how to use them correctly. -How do conjugations work in the present tense with both regular and irregular verbs -The Spanish pronunciation basics and tricks that nobody talks about. -How to properly set up your Spanish studying routine.
  • Texts Required •
  • Online

Fernando

Spanish 1B (Online)

Spanish Beginner I (CEFR A1)
Saturdays 11:30 am—1:00 pm • Begins: May 18
Total Class Length: 12 hours
Intended for students who, even though are not new to the language, have a very basic knowledge of Spanish. Key Topics in this Class: Present Tense, Present Progressive, Demonstrative Adjectives and Pronouns.
  • Texts Required •
  • Online

Fernando

Spanish 5 (Online)

Spanish Intermediate V (CEFR B1)
Saturdays 10:00 am—11:30 am • Begins: May 18
Total Class Length: 12 hours
Intended for students who studied the Indicative Mood and would like to learn Subjunctive. Key Topics in this Class: Passive, Present Tense in the Subjunctive Mood (Introduction) and a review of Indicative Mood.
  • Texts Required •
  • Online

Danny

Beginner Spanish 3 (Online)

Spanish Beginner III (CEFR A2)
Mondays 8:30 am—10:00 am • Begins: May 20
Total Class Length: 12 hours
(CEFR level A1+): This is a continuation of Danny's Beginner 2 class. You are not one of those people who start something and quit right away right? :) Give some continuity and a boost to your beginning journey in Spanish with this class! Perfect for people who took Spanish in high school or college years ago and finally want to get back into it or for people who are surrounded with Spanish because of a close relative, a coworker, or a loved one and can even understand a lot of it but have never quite taken the time and effort to get comfortable speaking it themselves. You can join if you are comfortable with the following concepts: present tense, past tense( at least the preterit and knowing about the existence of the imperfect) por vs para, ser vs estar, The verb tener, the verb hay, and reflexive verbs. This is fun and challenging with quite a bit of conversational practice. About 40-50 % of the class will be conducted in Spanish.
  • Texts Required •
  • Online

Danny

Advanced Spanish 3 (Online)

Spanish Advanced III (CEFR B2)
Sundays 9:30 am—11:00 am • Begins: May 26
Total Class Length: 12 hours
A continuation of Danny's previous groups. Students in this group are fully conversational in Spanish and have a command of all Spanish verb tenses and basic grammar. This is class conducted 95% in Spanish where we read news articles, watch youtube videos, and above all do a lot of conversations in Spanish. The goal of this session is to start mastering the use of pronouns and prepositions in Spanish and get better at learning and understanding idiomatic expressions.
  • Texts Required •
  • Online

Guillermo

SPANISH FILM DOCS: Journey into language & culture (Online)

Spanish Advanced I (CEFR B2)
Saturdays 10:00 am—11:30 am • Begins: June 03
Total Class Length: 12 hours
This course is designed to empower students with an upper intermediate or advanced level in Spanish to discover the transformative potential of cinema as a vehicle for expressing ideas in a foreign language while simultaneously cultivating their ability to engage profoundly with personally resonant topics. Rooted in the genre of documentary filmmaking, students embark on a journey through the intricate layers of social and political issues. Raising dynamic discussions, the curriculum prioritizes in-depth analysis of cinematic works within their cultural and historical contexts. The course offers a unique opportunity to delve deeper into the learning process of Spanish through the rich history and culture of Spain and Latin America. This course is tailor-made for both cinema professionals and enthusiasts. The ultimate selection of documentaries is tailored to the individual profile of the participating student/group.
  • Online

Karen

Spanish 1B (Online)

Spanish Beginner II (CEFR A2)
Mondays 6:00 pm—7:30 pm • Begins: June 03
Total Class Length: 12 hours
Intended for continuing students or students who are interested in learning: irregular stem-changing verbs, the near-future using ir, comparatives and superlatives, negative words and expressions, and indirect object pronouns. Required texts: Complete Spanish Step-by-Step, 2nd Edition and Spanish Verb Tenses, 4th Edition.
  • Texts Required •
  • Online

Danny

Intermediate Spanish 4 (Online)

Spanish Intermediate IV (CEFR B1)
Tuesdays 8:30 am—10:00 am • Begins: June 04
Total Class Length: 12 hours
(CEFR level B1) This is a continuation of Danny's Intermediate 3 class. You can join if you are comfortable with the following concepts: present, preterit, imperfect, future and conditional tenses, por vs para, ser vs estar, direct and indirect objects, reflexive verbs commands, Present and Past perfect, the present subjunctive and at least be familiar with, the passive voice and all the other subjunctive tenses. This is a fun and challenging class. The main goal of this class is to perfect and improve all the concepts we already know. This is the last intermediate class before we do our bridge class to get ready to enter the advanced levels. The class is about 80-90% in Spanish.
  • Texts Required •
  • Online
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  • Tuition payments are non-refundable and cannot be postponed to a future term. Let us know before the 2nd class if you don’t think its a good fit! If you want something more flexible try a private class!
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  • If the minimum student requirement is not met, you will be offered shorter classes and/or private classes at a discount.

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