Spanish for Beginners Diploma Course
10 Modules Certified Course Accredited Course Online study Lifetime access to course materials Join our Facebook Study Group Multiple-choice assessment questions Audio book included
A language of passion, romance, community, family, and living life to its fullest, Spanish is one of the most widely-used languages in the world. The Spanish for Beginners Diploma Course provides a simple and fun way to learn to read, write and speak Spanish, using theoretical and practical topics that are ideal for beginners.
The course provides simple explanations, useful examples and activities divided into 10 exciting modules, each of which is accompanied by an audio version of the module to ensure accurate comprehension and 20 assessment questions per module to test understanding.
The Spanish for Beginners Diploma Course starts by introducing you to Spanish greetings – both formal and informal. Youll learn how to use the verbs ser, estar and tener to construct sentences and become familiar with all of the ways to say goodbye in Spanish.
Well go through the alphabet – a basic but necessary subject to grasp in order to understand texts and build written and oral sentences. Youll also learn how to write numbers and tell the time in Spanish.
Youll learn how to order food and drinks in Spanish and discover vocabulary and useful examples that you can use while on holiday or business trips.
The course explains how to give (and ask for) personal information such as your name, address, age, nationality, and other details that will help you to interact with native speakers.
As you progress through the course, youll enrich your vocabulary and grammar and be able to speak with confidence about your occupation or profession and be able to address and talk about various family members by their relationship to you or others. Youll learn how to describe people by their traits, such as their personality, physical appearance and clothing, and extend your vocabulary further by learning how to describe colours.
The course concludes by explaining how to use formal and informal ways of addressing people, in order for you to be able to differentiate between being polite and less formal.
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