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Complete Spanish Course - Level 1 and 2

CPDUK Accredited | 50% OFF Certificate & Transcript

86 Students enrolled on this course 4.7 (8 Reviews)

clock Last updated May 16, 2024

Learning a new language can be a fascinating experience, and it works as a blessing while travelling to foreign countries or talking to your forging customers. Learn the beautiful Spanish language with the Complete Spanish Course – Level 1 And 2 course. This course will help you understand the basics of the Spanish language.

In this course, you will be able to learn the core principles of the Spanish language. Here, you will get an introduction to the Spanish alphabet and pronunciations. The course will teach you the basic grammar elements and rules, such as prepositions, conjunction, tenses etc. Furthermore, you will be able to learn about the different sentence structures of the Spanish language. This course will give you a chance to learn a new language and also uplift your resume with a CPD-accredited certificate. So join today and start learning!

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Learning Outcomes

Why choose this course

Entry requirements

This course is available to learners of all academic backgrounds, but you must be 16 or above to undertake the qualification.

Apart from that, all you need is an internet connection, a good understanding of English and a passion for learning.

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Certification

Certificate of Achievement

After the successful completion of the final assessment, you will receive a CPD-accredited certificate of achievement. The PDF certificate is for 9.99, and it will be sent to you immediately after through e-mail. You can get the hard copy for 15.99, which will reach your doorsteps by post. 

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Career path

This course is designed to help you extant your knowledge and understanding of this sector. After completing the course, you will be able to explore career options such as

Course Curriculum

Complete Spanish Course - Beginner
Module 1
Spanish Course: Find out all about this course in less than two minutes 00:02:00
Spanish Course: The Alphabet. Pronunciation. Part 1 00:18:00
Spanish Course: The Alphabet. Pronunciation. Part 2 00:17:00
Spanish Course: Personal pronouns. Gender and number. Ser. Part 1 00:10:00
Spanish Course: Personal pronouns. Gender and number. Ser. Part 2. 00:14:00
Learn Spanish- Present tense. The articles. Use of the verb Tener 1 00:21:00
Use of the verb Tener 2. More numbers. Age. Vocabulary about clas 00:14:00
Learn Spanish- The hour. The times of day. Calendar. Frequency. P 00:11:00
Learn Spanish- The question and exclamation. Recap. Part 1 00:19:00
Learn Spanish- The question and exclamation. Recap. Part 2. 00:15:00
Module 2
Learn Spanish- The weather. Months and seasons. Hace and dentr 00:11:00
Learn Spanish- Present tense irregular. Vowel exchange. Part 1. 00:13:00
Learn Spanish- Present tense irregular. Vowel exchange. Part 2. 00:14:00
Learn Spanish- Present tense irregular. Irregular first person. Part 1. 00:11:00
Learn Spanish- Present tense irregular. Irregular first person. Part 2. 00:12:00
Learn Spanish- The verb Haber and the past perfect. Part 1. 00:15:00
Learn Spanish- The verb Haber and the past perfect. Part 2. 00:18:00
Learn Spanish- The verb Haber and the past perfect. Part 3. 00:09:00
Learn Spanish- Prepositions. Part 1. 00:14:00
Learn Spanish- Prepositions. Part 2. 00:17:00
Module 3
Learn Spanish- Numbers. Recap. Part 1. 00:13:00
Learn Spanish- Numbers. Recap. Part 2. 00:13:00
Learn Spanish- Reflexive verbs. Reciprocal verbs. Part 1. 00:11:00
Learn Spanish- Reflexive verbs. Reciprocal verbs. Part 2. 00:11:00
Learn Spanish- Personal hygiene and clothing. Part 1. 00:16:00
Learn Spanish- Personal hygiene and clothing. Part 2 00:12:00
Learn Spanish- Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns. 00:20:00
Learn Spanish- ‘To like’ and similar verbs. Indirect Object Verbs 00:17:00
Learn Spanish- ‘To like’ and similar verbs. Vocabulary 00:16:00
Learn Spanish- Present perfect tense 00:23:00
Module 4
Learn Spanish- Present continuous 00:22:00
Learn Spanish- The near or immediate future 00:14:00
Learn Spanish- Shopping 00:26:00
Learn Spanish- Present, Past, Future 00:20:00
Learn Spanish- Your house 00:31:00
Learn Spanish- Comparative 00:17:00
Learn Spanish- Superlatives 00:19:00
Learn Spanish- Demonstrative 00:24:00
Learn Spanish- Possesive 00:23:00
Learn Spanish- Basic conjunctions 00:22:00
Learn Spanish- Past Simple or Indefinite 00:31:00
Learn Spanish- The accent 00:43:00
Learn Spanish- The imperfect tense and the description 00:22:00
Learn Spanish- Of the future 00:19:00
Complete Spanish Course - Intermediate
Introduction
Learn Spanish – The Past I- Simple and Compound 00:10:00
Learn Spanish – The Past I- Simple and Compound (Contrast) 00:14:00
Learn Spanish – The Past II- Past Perfect 00:07:00
Learn Spanish – The Past III- Past Imperfect 00:09:00
Learn Spanish – The past IV- Contrast 00:10:00
Learn Spanish – The Gender of nouns 00:15:00
Learn Spanish – The Number of nouns 00:07:00
Learn Spanish – Informal affirmative imperative 1 00:11:00
Learn Spanish – Informal affirmative imperative 2 00:04:00
Learn Spanish – Formal affirmative imperative 00:09:00
Learn Spanish – Affirmative imperative 00:12:00
Learn Spanish – The indefinite 00:14:00
Learn Spanish – Quantifiers 00:16:00
Learn Spanish – The frequency 00:14:00
Learn Spanish – Perfect future 00:10:00
Learn Spanish – The simple conditional 00:10:00
Learn Spanish – Conditional sentences 00:14:00
Learn Spanish – In the car 00:10:00
Learn Spanish – The negative imperative 00:10:00
Learn Spanish – Pronouns 00:10:00
Learn Spanish – Present subjunctive 00:24:00
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Frequently asked questions

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What is level 2 in Spanish?

Level 2 in Spanish typically refers to a high beginner or low intermediate stage, which could align with A2 on the CEFR scale. It involves understanding frequently used expressions and basic phrases aimed at satisfying immediate needs.

What is A1 and A2 level in Spanish?

A1 is the beginner level where you learn basic phrases and expressions, introduce yourself, and ask/answer questions about personal details. A2 is slightly more advanced, allowing you to understand and communicate routine tasks and simple expressions related to relevant areas (e.g., basic personal and family information, shopping, local geography, employment).

What is Spanish level 1?

Spanish Level 1 generally corresponds to the A1 level of the CEFR, focusing on foundational vocabulary and simple grammatical structures to help build basic proficiency in the language.

Is Spanish Level 1 hard?

The difficulty of Spanish Level 1 varies per individual based on their native language, previous language learning experience, and the amount of time they can dedicate to studying. However, for English speakers, Spanish is considered one of the easier languages to learn due to similar alphabets and many cognates.

How long is Spanish A1 level?

Achieving A1 proficiency typically takes about 60-100 hours of study, depending on the learner's background and the intensity of their study schedule.

Is French or Spanish easier?

For English speakers, Spanish generally is considered slightly easier than French, particularly in terms of pronunciation and spelling. However, both languages have similarities to English that can facilitate learning.

How to pass Spanish 1?

To pass Spanish 1, focus on mastering basic vocabulary and essential grammar, practice speaking, reading, and writing regularly, and try to immerse yourself in the language through media such as songs, movies, and simple books. Regular study and application of what you learn are key.

Is B1 Spanish level good?

B1 is an intermediate level where you can understand the main points on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc. It’s a good level for conversational proficiency and can facilitate more effective communication in Spanish-speaking environments.

Is A1 level Spanish good?

A1 level is a basic level of proficiency suitable for very simple interactions, such as greetings and basic needs. It’s a good starting point for beginners.

What is level 4 Spanish?

Level 4 in Spanish typically refers to B2 in the CEFR, where learners can interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity, making regular interaction with native speakers quite possible without strain for either party.

Is Spanish A1 easy?

At the introductory level, A1 is designed to be accessible for beginners with no previous knowledge of Spanish. It focuses on the most basic language skills.

How many hours is A1 to A2 in Spanish?

It typically takes about 100-200 hours of study to progress from A1 to A2, varying by the individual’s learning pace, previous language experience, and instructional methods.

What level of Spanish is fluent?

Fluency in Spanish can generally be considered at the C1 level, where users can understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts, and express ideas fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions.

How do I check my CEFR level?

You can check your CEFR level by taking a standardised language proficiency test such as the DELE (for Spanish), which is offered by many language schools and testing centres around the world.

How many Spanish levels are there?

There are six main levels according to the CEFR, ranging from A1 (beginner) to C2 (mastery). Each level is progressively more challenging and involves a deeper understanding and greater fluency in the language.

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