Start with A1-level basics or have one of our professional tutors evaluate your skills and pick up where you left off.
Here is a sample of what an introductory A1 level course might cover (10-12 hours):
Get introduced to the Spanish language and make basic conversation. You will learn some fundamentals, such as the Spanish alphabet, pronunciation, and accent marks. You will use simple greetings and how to talk about the weather. You will also learn the verb SER (to be) to ask for someone’s name and where they’re from, and to state your name and nationality.
Learn important grammatical fundamentals and expand vocabulary. You will learn about the gender and plural of nouns, and how to use definite and indefinite articles. You will be able to give and ask for a phone number, email, as well as spell your name and use adjectives to make descriptions with the verb SER. You will be able to also talk about professions.
Learn the basics of verb conjugation and broaden your ability to create sentences. You will learn the subject pronouns, how to conjugate regular verbs, and become comfortable using three to five regular verbs in short sentences. You will learn an irregular verb, ESTAR, and how to use it to express feelings, as well as how it contrasts to SER.
The above is a sample introductory A1-level course. As you progress, your experienced Helppo Spanish tutor will continue to help you develop your language skills, and you can plan with them on how to best serve your Spanish language needs.
Alexandra’s passion for teaching began when she moved abroad to the Central American country of Nicaragua to undertake an internship at a non-profit Spanish school. After having graduated with a degree in International Development Studies from M...