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Meet Web Spanish. Our online Spanish school has been teaching personalized Spanish classes over the Internet since 2005. We are industry pioneers, and over the past decade, we have taught tens of thousands of hours of Spanish to satisfied students from all over the world.

Web Spanish is your best option to learn Spanish online because we stick to a few important rules:


When you enroll to take our online Spanish classes, we will care about your progress and we guarantee that your personal Spanish tutor will do all that she can to help you reach your learning goals.

We invite you to register today for a free online Spanish lesson - with absolutely no strings attached- so you can see for yourself how the Web Spanish School will help you learn Spanish online quickly and conveniently.

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General Spanish

GENERAL SPANISH COURSE

Beginner to Advanced

Learn how to speak, read and write Spanish with this six-level course. Spanish classes online for students ranging from beginner to advanced. 



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DELE EXAM PREP COURSE

International Accreditation

This online Spanish course will teach you how to study for this well-known international Spanish exam. With only 5 Spanish classes online, you will gain a clear idea of the exam requirements.

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MEDICAL SPANISH COURSE

Essential Vocabulary

Online Spanish lessons for doctors, nurses and other health-service professionals. Learn health-related vocabulary and phrases and practice with mock sessions.


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Student Reviews of our Online Spanish Classes

  • Review Online Spanish Classes USA

    Mark Harrington

    This is a well-designed and very effective program for learning how to write, read and speak Spanish online. As with any curriculum of learning you always get out of it what you put into it. Students willing to study and apply themselves will be rewarded with advancement in learning. The online Spanish teachers are exceptional. They are highly intelligent, very friendly and effective at motivating learning.
     
  • Online Spanish Program Review UK

    Lee Worley

    I’ve used quite a few Spanish learning websites and have done several online Spanish courses. In my opinion Web Spanish is by far the best. The one to one lessons are just like having a real live lesson. My teacher keeps me motivated and inspired. The course material is well structured, well presented, interesting and follows a natural progression in learning. Most of all it is fun.
     
  • Online Spanish Course Review Canada

    Cheryl Kirchner

    Web Spanish has been a great tool to use to help me learn Spanish online. In my experience traveling to several South American countries, Peruvians speak the most clear, unaccented Spanish which is why I choose Web Spanish. They also provide a detailed curriculum to follow. My instructor Deysi is excellent. Very patient, friendly and very accommodating when scheduling classes around my hectic work schedule.
     
  • Online Spanish Class Review Australia

    Emma Bruce

    I am thrilled with the speed in which I am learning and understanding Spanish. My husband is from Peru and learning through Web Spanish has made my interaction with his family so much better and more meaningful. Thank you Deysi and thank you Web Spanish.
     
  • Online Spanish Lessons Review Singapore

    Clare Lo

    I enjoy studying with my teacher. She is very friendly, patient and encouraging. She makes me want to learn more Spanish. She points out my mistakes and explains them clearly. I look forward to every class with her. I would highly recommend Web Spanish to anyone who wants to study Spanish online. (Much better teachers and staff than other online schools I have tried) Keep up the good work!
     
  • Andrea Weist

    There is a huge need for physicians who speak Spanish in my area, and I’ve always been interested in learning more Spanish than my very basic level. One day I decided to look around again for medical Spanish online classes and stumbled onto Web Spanish. It’s the perfect solution for my life and I would think many others would love it as well.
     

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SIELE EXAM PREPARATION

The SIELE exam is positioning to become the dominant global exam to measure Spanish ability, and Web Spanish wants to help you prepare to do your best in this computer based test.

The SIELE will measure all four language competencies: Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking and will include regional variants of Spanish.  The test will be scored out of 1000 and there is no pass/fail, but you need achieve the highest score possible.

The SIELE exam results can be used for academic purposes, for work, or simply as a fun, objective way to measure your Spanish achievements if you are an independent learner.

The SIELE will be launched in 2016, with testing centers in China, the United States and Brazil.

The Web Spanish SIELE preparation program is under-development. Please check back, or subscribe to our newsletter, to keep abreast of future developments.

Prepare for the SIELE Spanish Exam, with the online Spanish experts.

Levels of Spanish Instruction


The Web Spanish program is open to students ranging from absolute beginners to advanced learners. The following list details what our students will have learned upon completion of each level. This measurement is based on standards established under the Common European Framework of Reference for Language (CEFR).

Basic Level Spanish Students Will:

  • Develop basic competence in oral and written comprehension and expression of the Spanish language, giving and responding to simple information that satisfies their immediate needs
  • Master both regular and irregular verbs in the present tense
  • Learn vocabulary related to a range of different personal topics


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Upper Basic Level Spanish Students Will:

  • Handle everyday situations, understanding simple questions spoken at below-normal speed and giving opinions using basic vocabulary
  • Master both regular and irregular verbs in the present and basic past tenses
  • Learn vocabulary related to a range of different personal and social topics

 

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Intermediate Level Spanish Students Will:

  • Initiate, sustain and end simple conversations about different topics, including past experiences and future plans, understand the majority of questions and instructions spoken at below-normal speed, and read and write simple texts
  • Master both regular and irregular verbs in the complex past, conditional, future, imperative and present subjunctive tenses
  • Learn vocabulary related to a range of different personal, social and cultural topics

 

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Upper Intermediate Level Spanish Students Will:

  • Initiate, sustain and end complex conversations about a range of topics, understand the majority of questions and instructions spoken at near-normal speed, and read and write complex texts
  • Master both regular and irregular verbs in the complex past, future perfect and past subjunctive tenses
  • Learn vocabulary related to a range of different current affairs and news topics


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Advanced Level Spanish Students Will:

  • Speak with ease, understanding, initiating, sustaining and ending a wide variety of complex conversations at near-normal speed, using Spanish effectively in professional settings, debating the pros and cons of different topics and reading and writing about a wide range of topics with few mistakes
  • Master the use of the subjunctive with pay for essay the conditional, pluperfect and the passive voice
  • Learn further vocabulary related to a wide range of different current affairs and social and cultural topics

 

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Upper Advanced Level Spanish Students Will:

  • Develop a near-native level of competence in oral and written comprehension and expression of the Spanish language
  • Consolidate all the different tenses and complex grammatical constructions introduced in previous levels
  • Master the use of different idioms and colloquialisms
  • Learn further vocabulary related to a wide range of different current affairs, as well as historical, social, cultural and abstract topics

 

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Students learn at different speeds, but you can get a rough idea of the rate of advancement here: Average Progress

 

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Spanish Lessons Online - Upper Basic Level


Chapter Content
1A. My country
  • Talking about locations
  • Asking and affirming which languages people speak
  • Asking about and affirming different countries’ currencies
  • Talking about population numbers
1B. How do I get to the shopping center?
  • Talking about places in the city
  • Asking for information
  • Giving instructions on how to reach a certain location
  • Taking a taxi
1C. Where is your house?
  • Indicating location
  • Getting to know places in the city
  • Asking about public places and facilities
1D. What is the time difference?
  • Asking about time differences in other countries
2A. Plans and projects
  • Talking about future actions
  • Talking about intentions and plans
  • Describing activities one can carry out in one’s free time
2B. The verbs “to know” – “saber” and “conocer”
  • Talking about people and places you know and those you don’t know (using the verb “conocer”)
  • Talking about what you know and don’t know (using the verb “saber”)
2C. What do you know how to do?
  • Affirming abilities
  • Demonstrating knowledge and ignorance
3A. What are you doing?
  • Talking about events that are happening now using regular gerunds
  • Talking about events that are happening now using irregular gerunds (-yendo)
  • Talking about events that are happening now using irregular gerunds (-o-u/e-i)
3B. Is it hot or cold?
  • Talking about the weather
  • Describing the seasons
3C. I feel really cold!
  • Expressing sensations of heat or cold
  • Talking about clothing
  • Buying clothes
3D. What should I wear?
  • Expressing likes and preferences regarding clothing
  • Asking if a chosen outfit is suitable
4A. My house is your house
  • Describing houses
  • Describing the parts of a house and household goods
  • Talking about household chores
  • Talking about obligations and responsibilities
4B. Is there anyone at home?
  • Asking if anyone’s there
  • Describing and comparing houses
  • Expressing possession
4C. My city and your city
  • Describing a place
  • Comparing places, people, objects and activities (using adjectives)
  • Expressing opinions using comparatives
4D. The countryside and the city
  • Comparing places, people, objects and activities (using verbs and nouns)
  • Responding using comparatives
  • Expressing opinions using irregular comparatives
5A. My daily routine
  • Talking about one’s daily routine
  • Asking and responding about routines
5B. I need to move house
  • Talking about past and finished actions (without relation to the present)
  • Talking about actions carried out in the past during a fixed time frame
5C. Home sweet home
  • Expressing purpose
  • Expressing a specific time limit
  • Talking about destiny
  • Reacting to a piece of information or a story with emotions such as interest, surprise or sadness
5D. I need some furniture
  • Expressing quantities
  • Referring to the duration of activities
  • Giving explanations and motives
  • Expressing gratitude
6A.What did you do yesterday?
  • Talking about past actions
  • Asking about past activities
6B. My trips
  • Describing trips
  • Expressing opinions
  • Talking about prices
  • Talking about methods of transport and communication
  • Making reservations in travel agents and hotels
6C. I got up on the wrong side of the bed
  • Talking about experiences
  • Talking about routines in the past
7A. Changes
  • Talking about physical, emotional and social changes
  • Talking about accidents
7B. I forgot your birthday
  • Describing different situations and emotions
  • Talking about events using reflexive verbs
7C. What a disaster!
  • Talking about personal experiences using reflexive verbs
  • Reacting to a range of situations with different expressions
8A. Do you know what happened?
  • Talking and offering opinions about events in the past
  • Talking about experiences in the past using regular verbs
  • Talking about past actions using irregular verbs
8B. An unforgettable day
  • Talking about past experiences using more irregular verbs
  • Talking about measurements
  • Indicating substitution or exchange
  • Expressing feelings
8C. He sees them all day!
  • Expressing ideas using direct object pronouns
  • Referring to people and objects using direct object pronouns
8D. He gave me a bunch of flowers
  • Expressing ideas using indirect object pronouns
  • Referring to people using indirect object pronouns
9A. He gave it to her
  • Expressing ideas using direct and indirect object pronouns together
  • Referring to objects and people using object pronouns
9B. Famous people
  • Talking about important people
  • Talking about the different stages of life
  • Making comparisons
9C. Now and then
  • Describing places, people and situations in the past
  • Expressing feelings
  • Talking about habitual actions in the past
10A.Which one do you want?
  • Asking about preferences and specific information
  • Referring to people, objects, animals and situations
  • Expressing quantity and quality
10B. Review
  • Review 1
  • Review 2
  • Review 3
  • Review 4
  • Review 5
  • Review 6

 

Spanish Lessons Online - Upper Basic Level


Chapter Content
1A. My country
  • Talking about locations
  • Asking and affirming which languages people speak
  • Asking about and affirming different countries’ currencies
  • Talking about population numbers
1B. How do I get to the shopping center?
  • Talking about places in the city
  • Asking for information
  • Giving instructions on how to reach a certain location
  • Taking a taxi
1C. Where is your house?
  • Indicating location
  • Getting to know places in the city
  • Asking about public places and facilities
1D. What is the time difference?
  • Asking about time differences in other countries
2A. Plans and projects
  • Talking about future actions
  • Talking about intentions and plans
  • Describing activities one can carry out in one’s free time
2B. The verbs “to know” – “saber” and “conocer”
  • Talking about people and places you know and those you don’t know (using the verb “conocer”)
  • Talking about what you know and don’t know (using the verb “saber”)
2C. What do you know how to do?
  • Affirming abilities
  • Demonstrating knowledge and ignorance
3A. What are you doing?
  • Talking about events that are happening now using regular gerunds
  • Talking about events that are happening now using irregular gerunds (-yendo)
  • Talking about events that are happening now using irregular gerunds (-o-u/e-i)
3B. Is it hot or cold?
  • Talking about the weather
  • Describing the seasons
3C. I feel really cold!
  • Expressing sensations of heat or cold
  • Talking about clothing
  • Buying clothes
3D. What should I wear?
  • Expressing likes and preferences regarding clothing
  • Asking if a chosen outfit is suitable
4A. My house is your house
  • Describing houses
  • Describing the parts of a house and household goods
  • Talking about household chores
  • Talking about obligations and responsibilities
4B. Is there anyone at home?
  • Asking if anyone’s there
  • Describing and comparing houses
  • Expressing possession
4C. My city and your city
  • Describing a place
  • Comparing places, people, objects and activities (using adjectives)
  • Expressing opinions using comparatives
4D. The countryside and the city
  • Comparing places, people, objects and activities (using verbs and nouns)
  • Responding using comparatives
  • Expressing opinions using irregular comparatives
5A. My daily routine
  • Talking about one’s daily routine
  • Asking and responding about routines
5B. I need to move house
  • Talking about past and finished actions (without relation to the present)
  • Talking about actions carried out in the past during a fixed time frame
5C. Home sweet home
  • Expressing purpose
  • Expressing a specific time limit
  • Talking about destiny
  • Reacting to a piece of information or a story with emotions such as interest, surprise or sadness
5D. I need some furniture
  • Expressing quantities
  • Referring to the duration of activities
  • Giving explanations and motives
  • Expressing gratitude
6A.What did you do yesterday?
  • Talking about past actions
  • Asking about past activities
6B. My trips
  • Describing trips
  • Expressing opinions
  • Talking about prices
  • Talking about methods of transport and communication
  • Making reservations in travel agents and hotels
6C. I got up on the wrong side of the bed
  • Talking about experiences
  • Talking about routines in the past
7A. Changes
  • Talking about physical, emotional and social changes
  • Talking about accidents
7B. I forgot your birthday
  • Describing different situations and emotions
  • Talking about events using reflexive verbs
7C. What a disaster!
  • Talking about personal experiences using reflexive verbs
  • Reacting to a range of situations with different expressions
8A. Do you know what happened?
  • Talking and offering opinions about events in the past
  • Talking about experiences in the past using regular verbs
  • Talking about past actions using irregular verbs
8B. An unforgettable day
  • Talking about past experiences using more irregular verbs
  • Talking about measurements
  • Indicating substitution or exchange
  • Expressing feelings
8C. He sees them all day!
  • Expressing ideas using direct object pronouns
  • Referring to people and objects using direct object pronouns
8D. He gave me a bunch of flowers
  • Expressing ideas using indirect object pronouns
  • Referring to people using indirect object pronouns
9A. He gave it to her
  • Expressing ideas using direct and indirect object pronouns together
  • Referring to objects and people using object pronouns
9B. Famous people
  • Talking about important people
  • Talking about the different stages of life
  • Making comparisons
9C. Now and then
  • Describing places, people and situations in the past
  • Expressing feelings
  • Talking about habitual actions in the past
10A.Which one do you want?
  • Asking about essay writers preferences and specific information
  • Referring to people, objects, animals and situations
  • Expressing quantity and quality
10B. Review
  • Review 1
  • Review 2
  • Review 3
  • Review 4
  • Review 5
  • Review 6

 

Spanish Lessons Online - Basic Level

 

Chapter Content
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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