Spanish Lessons Online - Basic Level

Spanish Level Chapter Content
Basic 1A. Hello, what’s your name?
  • Spelling
  • Asking and giving names
  • Greetings and goodbyes
  • Using titles in formal contexts
  1B. Where are you from?
  • Giving and asking for personal details (name, origin etc.)
  • Referring to people using pronouns
  • Asking and responding about nationalities
  2A. And you, what do you do?
  • Asking and talking about professions and occupations
  • Matching work places with professions and occupations
  • Referring to actions using the present tense
  • Talking about habitual actions
  2B. When shall we see each other?
  • Talking about everyday actions and expressing frequency
  • Numbers 1 - 59
  • Asking and telling the time
  • Talking about events
  3A. What is your telephone number?
  • Numbers 60 - 1000
  • Asking and giving telephone numbers, addresses and email addresses
  • Expressing desires and intentions
  3B. Let me introduce you to a friend
  • Introducing someone to a third party
  • Responding when being introduced to a third party
  • Asking and responding to questions about civil status and age
  • Referring to nouns using the definite article
  4A. What time do you get up?
  • Talking about the daily routine
  • Asking about habitual actions
  • Indicating locations and methods of transport
  4B. What are your plans?
  • Expressing desires and plans
  • Expressing obligations and needs
  • Talking about responsibilities
  5A. What do you eat?
  • Referring to the presence/existence of people /things
  • Naming foods
  • Identifying colors
  • Asking prices
  5B. Breakfast
  • Ordering a breakfast
  • Talking about events and future plans
  • Referring to actions using the present tense (irregular verbs)
  6A. Let’s eat!
  • Ordering a meal
  • Identifying typical foods
  • Organizing an event
  • Referring to actions using the present tense (irregular verbs)
  6B. I’m hungry and thirsty
  • Sharing simple recipes
  • Expressing physical and emotional states (using the verb “tener”)
  • Expressing moods (using the verb “estar”)
  7A. The Family
  • Talking about how family members are related
  • Expressing possession
  • Talking about destiny and causes
  7B. Who do you look like?
  • Describing a person’s physical features and personality
  • Talking about the family
  • Comparing people, objects, places and activities using adjectives
  8A. I like it!
  • Asking and responding about likes and preferences
  • Expressing agreement and disagreement
  • Giving an opinion
  8B. What interests you?
  • Expressing interest
  • Expressing annoyance
  • Referring to excess or deficiency
  • Expressing surprise
  • Referring to people, objects, places or activities using demonstrative adjectives
  • Describing objects
  9A. Hello, can I speak to Andrea please?
  • Beginning a telephone conversation
  • Asking a favor
  • Talking about abilities
  • Talking about events
  • Expressing opinions
  9B. Blind Date
  • Making appointments
  • Making excuses and giving explanations
  • Expressing obligation and giving advice
  • Accepting and rejecting invitations, as well as inviting people
  10A. Everything hurts!
  • Asking someone how they feel
  • Expressing how you feel
  • Expressing pain or illness
  • Talking about natural medicines
  10B. Shall we talk?
  • Referring to actions using irregular verbs (o-ue) in the present tense
  • Referring to actions using irregular verbs (e-ie) in the present tense
  • Referring to actions using irregular verbs (e-i) in the present tense
  • Referring to actions using irregular verbs (-cer/-cir) in the present tense
  • Talking about different topics using irregular verbs (-ger/-gir)
  • Talking about different topics using irregular verbs (-guir)
  • Talking about different topics using irregular verbs (-uir)
  10C. Review
  • Review 1
  • Review 2
  • Review 3
  • Review 4
  • Review 5
  • Review 6

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