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Aula 1 - Spanish Course Melbourne - Learn Spanish at inLanguage Boutique


Covers the content of A1. It’s divided into 5 levels. Level 1 to 5. If you are a beginner you should start from Level 1 to gain confidence with the language!
Aula 2 - Spanish Course Melbourne - inLanguage Boutique - Learn Spanish


Covers the content of A2. It covers all of the Intermediate levels! You should start with Intermediate 1 if you have already completed the content of A1.


Covers the content of B1. It covers all of the Advanced levels! You should start with Advanced 1 if you are feeling comfortable with the A1 and A2 topics.

Spanish A1 Overview

(Levels 1-5) - Textbook: Aula Internacional 1
  • Introduce yourself 
  • Ask and say where you come from
  • Describe people physically
  • Ask about phone numbers and emails
  • Express possession and ask for things (Tengo, tienes, tiene)
  • Ask basic questions to the teacher and classmates
  • Masculine and feminine, singular and plural of adjectives and nouns
  • Express wishes
  • Ask why and answer (Por qué, porque…)
  • Talk about the weekend and what you want to do
  • Talk about everyday activities
  • Ask and answer questions in the present tense (regular verbs -ar,-er,-ir)
  • Order at a restaurant
  • Learn about Latin American and Spanish cultural facts and geography
  • Learn and practice the difference between “ser” and “estar”
  • Describe and locate objects and places
  • Express existence (hay)
  • Difference between “qué” and “cuál” and ask questions
  • Talk about the weather, seasons and climate
  • Use the superlative (regular and irregular)
  • Describe clothes 
  • Nouns + colours (masculine, feminine, singular and plural)
  • Buy clothes in a shop
  • Talk about money and practice numbers over 100
  • Express obligation (modal verb “tener que + infinitivo)
  • Revision of present tense; questions and answers
  • Express likes and dislikes. Basics (me gusta, me encanta, no me gusta nada…)
  • Express agreement and disagreement (a mi también, a mi tampoco)
  • Possessive pronouns
  • Describe and talk about family 
  • Describing yourself and other people
  • Talk about music and festivals
  • Describe events and holidays
  • Talk about everyday activities and routines. 
  • Use reflexive verbs and talk about frequency
  • Ask and tell the time
  • Irregular verbs and daily routines
  • Revision of present tense regular and irregular
  • Talk about holidays
  • Talk and describe family 
  • Positive and negative adjectives to describe personality
  • Talk about frequency and habits
  • Talk about likes and dislikes in depth
  • Talk about food
  • Order in a restaurant
  • Basic requests
  • Irregular verbs (poner, venir, traer..)
  • Describe typical dishes and traditional recipes
  • Talk about Latin American food tradition 
  • Talk about a city
  • Describe elements in a suburb and in a city
  • Revise location and verb “estar” vs. to “ser”
  • Revision of present tense regular and irregular verbs
  • Describe people in depth: positive and negative aspects of personality
  • Use present perfect tense for recent events
  • Household chores 
  • Talk about accomplished tasks and non-accomplished tasks (“already” and “not yet”)
  • Use present perfect for experiences (have you ever..)
  • Describe housemates 
  • Perform interviews
  • Describe positive and negative habits
  • Learn about Latin American and Spanish representative people (film directors, writers..)
  • Learn about Latin American and Spanish culture

Spanish A2 Overview

(Intermediate 1-5) - Textbook: Aula Internacional 2
  • Review Irregular verbs in present tense (poder, querer, pedir, conocer)
  • Talk about emotion ( using different synonymous)
  • Learn about  preterite tense (regular verbs ar, er, ir)
  • Learn about how long ago something happened (Cuánto tiempo hace, hace mucho que, desde cuándo?).
  • Describe past events.
  • Learn about preterite tense ( irregular verbs, ser, ir , estar, ver)
  • Learn and practice the difference between ir/ irse
  • Prepositions ( desde, durante, hasta).
  • Improve your ability to narrate past events.
  • Revision of preterite tense (preterito indefinido).
  • Learn about comparatives (mas que, menos que , tanto que)
  • Learn about property  description ( types of furniture, rooms, etc) 
  • Preposition (son, con, debajo, encima).
  • Description of location of objects.
  • Learn and practice the difference between “ser” and “estar” when you talk about locations.
  • Possessives pronouns ( posesivos tonicos, la mia, la tuya, la suya)
  • Learn about estar + gerundio. 
  • Modals verbs (poder, importar, ayudar, poner, dar, dejar y prestar).
  • Talk about What are you doing? ( Qué estás haciendo?).
  • Revision of estar + gerundio and modals verbs
  • Learn about present perfect tense ( preterito perfecto)
  • Express agreement and disagreement (a mi también, a mi tampoco)
  • Discuss opinions and emotional reactions to current and prior events
  • Describe and talk about what you have done
  • Learn about expression are often used with the present perfect
  • Talk about hobbies and schedules.
  • Describe eating habits and 
  • Learn about formal impersonal “se” 
  • Express your opinion on what is healthy
  • Recognizing and using sentence conectores (y, pero y ademas)
  • Direct object pronouns 
  • Compare and contrast eating habits across cultures
  • Narrate and describe past events in “preterito perfecto and preterito indefinido”.
  • Possessives pronouns (me/te/le/nos/os/ les gustaria + infinitive form) 
  • Learn about “verbo parecer + possessives pronouns)
  • Express and support opinions about places, people and cultural values
  • Describe cultural values and aspects of relationships
  • Talk about body parts, mood and illness 
  • Describe pain, discomfort and symptoms
  • Learn about “verbo doles, ser y estar”
  • Use imperative clauses (uso imperativo solo positivo)
  • Revision of imperative clauses.
  • Narrate and describe past events in “preterito imperfecto”.
  • Recognizing and using time expression “preterito imperfecto)
  • Talk about tradition and celebration.
  • Discuss and analyze the role of historical figures from different perspectives.
  • Learn about irregular verbs in “preterito indefinido and imperfecto.
  • New vocabulary: social changes, political terms, contemporary society, technology.
  •  Talk about personal anecdotes.
  • Learn about “estar + gerundio con preterito imperfecto, indefinido y perfecto)

Spanish B1 Overview

(Advanced 1-5) - Textbook: Aula Internacional 3
  • Learn about  time expressions with infinitive form (empezar a, terminar de, volver a, dejar de, llevar, seguir, desde, desde que, desde hace)
  • Discuss work and finances
  • Talk about your CV and your skills
  • Role play: interview 
  • Learn about Future tense ( regular verbs and irregular verbs)
  • Talk about what happened in the future.
  • Learn about future time expressions.
  • Discuss hypothetical situation
  • Learn about clauses (possible and hypothetical “ expresar condicion + si”.
  • Revision of future tense.
  • Learn about modal verbs ( prohibido, permite, no se permite en tercera persona)
  • Uses of “Se” (impersonal and passive voice)
  • Describe and talk about tradition, celebration and cultural values
  • Learn about verbs (soler)
  • Direct object pronouns 
  • Indirect object pronouns
  • Learn and practice the difference between “OD” and “OI” 
  • Learn about linking words ( entonces, en aquel momento, al final, porque, como, aunque, sin embargo)
  • Revision of OD and OI.
  • Talk about advertising. 
  • Use imperative clauses (uso imperativo  positivo y negativo).
  • Express and support opinions about advertising.
  • Learn about subjunctive (presente del subjuntivo deseo y reclamación).
  • Learn about social and political groups.
  • Subjunctive-Irregular verbs (saber, ser, ir, estar, dar, ver, haber). 
  • Express desires and give recommendations.
  • Making and answering a phone call in Spanish
  • How to answer the phone 
  • Common Spanish Expressions and Daily Use Sentences 
  • Learn about phrases and expressions for making and answering a phone call
  • Express and support opinions about tourism
  • Tourism Vocabulary.
  • Learn about “ preterito pluscuamperfecto”
  • Learn about  time expressions “preterito pluscuamperfecto”
  • Describe tourism experience with some colloquialisms
  • Revision “ pretérito pluscuamperfecto”
  • How to agree or disagree in Spanish.
  • Recognizing and using formal expression when standing an opinion.
  • Learn about how to ask for an opinion.
  • Recognizing and using formal expression when expressing agreement.
  • Learn about how to express disagreement..
  • Describe objects ( function and features) 
  • Learn about “frases relativas con indicativos y preposiciones”
  • Describe people, clothes and style with superlatives (superlativos gradativos)

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