An easy and fun way to learn a foreign language.
We have prepared a DEMO classroom for you to see what e-classrooms look like and what you can expect from the others. We are sure that you will be impressed by our way of teaching a foreign language. Remember that the best way to learn a foreign language is a combination of independent e-learning and learning with a teacher. Therefore, if you want an increased effect of independent learning, we recommend attending a language course either live or online.
In the DEMO classroom, you will take your first steps into the Spanish world. You will learn some basic phrases in Spanish and be able to express how you feel. In the end, you will be able to say why you would like to learn Spanish and you will learn useful phrases for communication. You will also master some basic verbs, including the conjugation of the verb TO BE. Finally, you will be able to listen to one Spanish song and solve the exercises based on what you have heard.
In the e-classrooms, we combine closed-type and open-type tasks: drag and drop, fill in the blanks, True or false?, interactive videos, choose the correct answer, tasks related to a music video and much more. The tasks are accompanied by audio and video clips, which will help you practice pronunciation.
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MODUL 1 (20h)
1A: In Madrid / En Madrid
Join us on a wander through Spain. At the beginning of the journey, you will take a taxi from the airport to Madrid, you will learn about numbers, payment, abbreviations, questionnaires. You will learn to recognize feminine and masculine nouns and form the plural. At the end of the chapter, you will master the pronunciation of Spanish words, learn something about Spanish culture and try your hand at a dialogue with a taxi driver. Spanish music will not be missing in this chapter.
1B: A friend / Un amigo
You will continue your journey through the streets of Madrid, where you will order an afternoon snack in a café. You will master the vocabulary related to basic food or snacks. You will practice a dialogue in the café. You will learn the Spanish definite and indefinite articles and the use of the words TAMBIÉN and TAMPOCO.
1C: 0 Kilometer / Kilómetro cero
In the third chapter, you will walk around the city and learn how to buy a subway ticket. In the end, you will master the important difference of all three verbs TO BE in Spanish (ser, estar, haber). You will learn to describe your town and prepositions for situating things. You will also be able to ask for directions, as well as give directions in the city. You will learn colors in Spanish, buy a ticket and numbers up to 20. There will be no shortage of Spanish music in this chapter either.
MODUL 2 (20h)
1D: Merche and Jorge / Merche y Jorge
In this chapter you will hang out. You will meet a new Spanish friend, learn to spell, numbers up to 100, professions, nationalities and languages. You will be able to say what you like and what you don't like, as well as conjugate the verbs SER, ESTAR, LLAMARSE and TENER in Spanish. These verbs will come in handy when introducing yourself and other (known and unknown) people. For this purpose, we will also present you with questionnaires so that you can get to know the interlocutor better.
1E: Let's go to get some tapas / Ir de tapas
You will continue to roam around Spain. You will learn to refresh yourself with "tapas" in the bar with snacks and beer. You will learn vocabulary related to snacks and drinks. You will be able to name the utensils and describe the taste of the dish. You will try your hand at restaurant dialogue and learn to conjugate the regular verbs ending in -AR in the present tense. For dessert, you can treat yourself to some Spanish music.
1F: A gift / Un regalo
In this chapter you will be shopping for gifts and clothes, as well as doing some math. If this is already giving you headaches in your native language, don't worry, we promise that calculating in Spanish is quite easy. You will learn how to organize a real Spanish and Mexican fiesta (a celebration), as well as how to conjugate the regular verbs ending in -ER and -IR.
MODUL 3 (20h)
1G: At the tourist office / En la oficina de turismo
In the seventh chapter you will visit museums, attractions and shops. In order not to be late or wait in front of closed shops during the siesta, you will ask what the opening hours are and what time it is. You will also learn the days of the week, months of the year, parts of the day. You will learn even more verbs, this time irregular ones, with which we will be able to describe our day and activities. You will conjugate irregular verbs and reflexive verbs in the present tense.
MODUL 4 (20h)
1H: A one-way ticket / Un billete de ida
You will buy a train or bus ticket and go to Medina de Rioseco, or somewhere else. You will get to know the countries of Latin America and characteristics of Spain. You will learn vocabulary related to means of transport, the airport, numbers up to 10 000, verbs of movement and some irregular verbs.
1I: There's a hotel / Hay un hotel
When you arrive at your destination, you will check into a hostel, guesthouse or hotel. You will learn vocabulary related to luggage, accommodation, as well as the difference between the verbs SER, ESTAR and HABER. Then you will plan a day to see the sights and activities that you can do on the trip. You will repeat the use of the present tense (regular and irregular verbs) and the near future for independent creation of dialogues, spoken and written texts. To top it all off, you will listen to a charming song by a Spanish singer.
2A: A Spanish class / Una clase de español
You will visit your friend Esther and learn about visiting habits, you will name furniture and rooms, describe the location of the furniture and you will learn to describe objects if you happen to not remember their names. You will learn to talk about household chores and the weather, as well as useful phrases that will come in handy during your visit.
2A: My family / La familia
You will visit Esther's parents at the farm. So, we will talk about family and learn the description of persons. We will also get to know the Spanish royal family. But in order not to be considered impolite, we will learn forms of addressing politely. Since we will also spend some time in the countryside, we will learn to name domestic and wild animals.
2C: Market day / El día de mercado