Spanish course online via zoom

Communicative Objectives


  • Communicate our feelings and emotions using idiomatic expressions
  • Describe the qualities of different animals
  • Express our intentions, goals and plans
  • Discuss about the Spanish language
  • Tell past conversations
  • Express improbable wishes
  • Discuss about non-verbal communication
  • Debate about social topics
  • Talk about Spanish movies

Vocabulary


  • Feelings and emotions
  • Opinions
  • Animals and idiomatic phrases
  • Movies
  • Gestures and cultural misunderstandings
  • Experiments with animals
  • Historic people and events
  • Spanish proverbs

Grammar Points


  • Difference between ‘Indicativo’ and ‘Subjuntivo’
  • Uses of the ‘Subjuntivo’ when expressing objectives and wishes
  • Playing with the uses of ‘Subjuntivo’ and ‘Indicativo’
  • Uses of the ‘Subjuntivo’ in order to comment some information
  • Relative sentences using ‘Subjuntivo’
  • Past tenses
  • Conditional clauses
  • Indirect Speech

 

Material included Spanish course online nuevo prisma

Communicative Objectives


  • Express affection, likes and dislikes, fun, boredom,
  • Express our impression of somebody else and explain changes experienced by people
  • Express changes of mood, nervousness, annoyance, embarrassment, fear, sadness
  • Describe a person physically
  • Express preference, requirements, essential conditions
  • Express improbable wishes
  • Complain, claim, excuse
  • Describe problems
  • Express regret and disappointment

Vocabulary


  • Character
  • Relationships
  • Feelings
  • Physical and emotional states
  • Places of interest
  • Geographical descriptions
  • Holidays
  • Complaints
  • Events
  • Important decisions in our lives

Grammar Points


  • Revision of structures with ‘Subjuntivo’
  • Verb gustar (Me gustas, Te gusto…)
  • Consecutive sentences
  • Verbs that express change (volverse, hacerse, llegar a ser…)
  • ‘Estar + preposition + noun’
  • Ser + adj. + que + Subjuntive
  • Estar / Sentirse + participle
  • Adjectives with Ser / Estar
  • Relative and conditional clauses
  • ‘Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto de Subjuntivo’
  • Si + Pret. Pluscuamp. Subj., + condicional compuesto/simple
  • Se me/te/le… olvidó (involuntary)
  • Concessive clauses