Spanish A2 – Part I – 12 Week Course – Tuesday 22 March

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12-week A2 Spanish Course online, covering the first half of this CEFR level. Just £175 for 12-weeks professional tuition without the travel. Learn the Spanish past tenses and critical grammar that allows you to communicate in this beautiful language.

Vocabulario A2 – Standard Version

Improve your Spanish vocabulary. Learn the more key names, verbs, adjectives and adverbs needed for everyday communication. This level has more topics than the A1 course and skips the most basic words.

A2 en Breve (Standard Version)

Revisit the Key Points of Spanish Level A2 at your own pace with this course. You should consider using this course if you: Have studied at A2 before and want to revisit the major points (perhaps you have taken a break from studying?). Have studied at Level A1 and want to get a preview of […]

Vocabulario – Nivel A2

Build your vocabulary with our visual worksheets and quizzes. This course builds on the A1 course, adding further depth to existing categories and introducing additional topics, so you can take your communication skills into more realistic conversations.

A2 en Breve

Revisit the Key Points of Spanish Level A2 at your own pace with this course. You should consider using this course if you: Have studied at A2 before and want to revisit the major points (perhaps you have taken a break from studying?). Have studied at Level A1 and want to get a preview of […]

Preterito Pluscuamperfecto

The Preterito Pluscuamperfecto is a Spanish tense used to reference events which were in the past at the time of another event, also in the past. Now When the speaker is speaking The time being referred to… Imperfecto / Pretérito Indefinido Previous event Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto Conjugating the Preterito Pluscuamperfecto The pretérito pluscuampefecto is conjugated in […]

Pretérito Perfecto

The Spanish Pretérito Perfecto Compuesto is a common tense, used to described actions which started in the past but which may still be ongoing. It has directly equivalent tenses in many western European languages, including English, however in much of Spain the tense is used in a different way. Rather than referring to past actions […]

Futuro Simple

The Spanish future tense is used to describe action which “will” or “shall” occur in the future, and also to express probability in the present. Conjugating the Spanish Future Tense To conjugate the Spanish future tense, take the verb infinitive and add the following endings: -é -ás -á -emos -éis -en These apply to AR, […]

Condicional Simple

The Spanish conditional tense (condicional simple) is used to adjust an indicative statement to introduce doubt, a hypothetical, wonder or curiosity. Translated to English, the conditional form of a Spanish verb takes the place of could, would, and should. Conjugating the Spanish Condicional Tense The tense is one of the easiest to conjugate. Simply take […]

Pretérito Imperfecto

The Spanish pretérito imperfecto (or simply “imperfecto”) is one of the two most used past tenses. Unlike its counterpart, the pretérito indefinido, the imperfecto is used to describe general characteristics or routine actions that took place in the past. The imperfect is used in a similar manner to the the term “used to” in English, […]