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What’s My Spanish Level?

Beginner I

This is a beginning course in Spanish conversation which emphasizes oral communication in a variety of topics at a basic level. It covers only that grammar and structure absolutely necessary for speaking. The course is intended for students with no previous knowledge of the Spanish language. Focus is on the present tense.

Beginner II

This course continues from Spanish for Beginners. The purpose of this course is to further the students’ conversational skills in Spanish. In addition to new vocabulary, the present tense and other useful grammatical points will be covered. As in the first course, there will be great emphasis on developing the students’ speaking ability. The students will create their own dialogues on specified topics, and will be responsible for several readings. Focus is on the present tense.

Beginner III

This course continues from Beginners IIThis course gives students a basic understanding of the Spanish language through listening, speaking, reading and writing instruction. The course also provides an understanding of the civilization, culture, and customs of Spanish-speaking people. The course is designed for beginners or students with less than two years of Spanish. Focus is on the present tense.

Intermediate I

This course continues from Beginner III. This Spanish course continues the introduction of the grammatical structure in an attempt to give the student a basic understanding of and ability to use the language. Besides the emphasis on language skills, the course continues to provide an understanding of the civilization, culture, and customs of Spanish-speaking people.  Focus is on the present tense and introducing the past tense.

The course also expands students’ understanding of the civilization, culture, and customs of Spanish-speaking people. Focus is on the past tense.

Intermediate II

This course continues from Intermediate I, emphasizes the fundamentals of Spanish structure in written and oral communication. Readings give students a panoramic view of the literature and culture of Spanish-speaking people. Focus is on the past tense. Oral and written practice of the language through class discussions of selected Hispanic authors. Selective review of grammar, especially of the more difficult and subtle aspects, designed to facilitate an idiomatic and fluent use of the language. Focus is on the Future & Conditional tenses.

Intermediate III

This course continues from Intermediate II, Oral and written practice of the language through class discussions of selected Hispanic authors. Selective review of grammar, especially of the more difficult and subtle aspects, designed to facilitate an idiomatic and fluent use of the language. Focus is on the commands and subjunctive mood, advanced conversation, complex sentence structures and everyday sayings.

Advanced Conversational Spanish

This course continues from Intermediate III, the course has been designed for highly motivated students who seek daily contact with the language. The course assumes prior advanced knowledge of Spanish vocabulary and grammar, and places a special emphasis on mastery of some of the more difficult aspects of grammar, as well as on more formal vocabulary.

Spanish Pretest

This online Spanish test consists of 40 multiple-choice questions. We suggest you allow 20 minutes to complete the test. You will find the correct answers at the end of the exercise. Good luck!