Please, select your Spanish level:

Beginners (A1)

This level is for you if...

  • You have never studied Spanish.
  • You studied Spanish a long time ago or have studied Spanish on your own but feel you can’t use it in basic conversations.

At this level you will...

  • Learn how to introduce yourself and give personal information.
  • Learn how to describe people and places like the house and the city.
  • Learn how to use the present tense in conversations about different topics.
  • Learn how to talk about your tastes and interests.

Elementary (A2)

This level is for you if...

  • You know a little bit of Spanish: you can describe people and places and have conversations in the present tense. 
  • You can talk about your tastes and interests and you can describe your routine.
  • You have never studied the past tense or need to study it again.

At this level you will...

  • Improve your use of the present tense. Learn to use the different past tenses in conversations on different topics. 
  • Learn other Spanish tenses such as continuous tenses, future tenses and conditional tenses.
  • Improve your understanding and expand your vocabulary.

Intermediate (B1)

This level is for you if...

  • You feel comfortable using the present and the past tenses.
  • You can talk about everyday issues (using the present tense) and past experiences (using all the past times).

At this level you will...

  • Review and improve the use of the past tense.
  • Learn to use the subjunctive in various communicative situations. 
  • Read and comment on articles and news on current topics, express your opinions, and debate with other people.
  • Improve your understanding and expand your vocabulary.

Advanced (B2)

This level is for you if...

  • You are an advanced student who wants to perfect your Spanish. 
  • You can express opinions and debate on various topics in Spanish.

At this level you will...

  • Perfect the use of the subjunctive.
  • Learn the conditional sentences and the reported speech.
  • Improve your conversational skills with debates and individual presentations on current topics.
  • Understand and learn to use colloquial expressions.
  • Master informal and formal language usage.

If you do not know your level, you can take our online level test: