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The Journey to Fluency

The Comunica method provides a total Spanish solution for all students at all levels.  Want to know where you fit in our curriculum?  Click the button below to take our Free Assessment!

A1

España

Take control of your Spanish goals.

  • Get the grammar basics
  • Learn key vocab
  • Have basic conversations
A2

México

Reaching the upper elementary level.

  • Comprehension skills improving
  • Some specialized vocabulary
  • Large improvements in oral expression
B1

Caribe

No longer a beginner!

  • Begin to really express yourself in Spanish
  • Understand real-world spoken language
  • Employ more advanced grammar structures.
B2

Centroamérica

From intermediate to advanced.

  • Communicate fluidly
  • Rely on a deeper well of vocabulary
  • Talk about a range of subjects
  • Grasp the subjunctive tense
C1

Región Andina

Almost fluent!

  • Understand practically any written text
  • Communicate easily with native speakers
  • Mastery of the subjunctive and other advanced grammar structures
C2

Cono Sur

Mastery of Spanish language!

  • Deep knowledge of cultural cues
  • Ability to express whatever you want
  • Speak in a way that's indistinguishable from a native

The first stops: España

The first three modules – Madrid, Barcelona, and Sevilla – will place you firmly in the A1 level of Spanish (according to the CEFR).  You can read more about the learning outcomes for the first module below.

'Madrid' Learning Outcomes

First Stop
At your orientation to the Comunica method, you’ll meet our expert, native teachers and receive the digital and physical materials you’ll need for your Spanish journey – the roadmap for your language-learning success!
Puerta de Alcalá

Topics:

  • The greetings in spanish
  • Asking for and giving personal information
  • The fundamentals of spelling
  • What are the personal pronouns?
  • A few verbs in their singular form: LLAMARSE, APELLIDARSE, TENER, SER
  • The numbers from 0-10
  • Nationalities
  • Professions

Topics:

  • Introducing yourself in greater depth
  • The verb TRABAJAR (to work), and revision of SER (to be)
  • Concepts of gender and number
  • More nationalities and professions
  • The numbers 11-100
  • The months
  • How to talk about Birthdays

“A Situation at the Immigration Counter”

Contenidos comunicativos del taller:

  1. Saludar y despedirse
  2. Presentación personal básica (nombre y apellido, nº de teléfono)
  3. Deletrear y pronunciación de las letras
  4. Preguntar, pedir aclaración o repetición…
  5. Dar y pedir información personal
  6. Dar y pedir información personal: profesión, lugar de trabajo, correo electrónico, número de teléfono, etc. (ampliar la presentación personal)
Museo Del Prado

Topics:

  • What are your hobbies? What do you like?
  • Identifying the present tense: how to use the verb SER
  • The 3 Conjugations: AR, ER, IR
  • The remaining personal pronouns
  • The days of the week
  • Small words to convey key information
  • Y TAMBIÉN

Topics:

  • How to describe a day at the office
  • What do we know how to do? And how do we do it?
  • Present tense revision
  • POR vs. PARA vs. PORQUE
  • Vocabulary to distinguish the parts of the day
  • Terms to express graduation: BIEN, BASTANTE BIEN, REGULAR, MAL
  • The languages of the world
  • Temporal marks: AHORA, HOY, MAÑANA

“Planning Out Your Weekend”

Contenidos comunicativos del taller:

  1. Hablar de sus aficiones e intereses
  2. Describir cómo es un día en sus vacaciones
  3. Valorar qué sabemos hacer y cómo lo hacemos
Palacio Real

Topics:

  • Food glorious food
  • How to describe your favorite dishes
  • Common ingredients, quantities, and containers
  • Navigating a Hispanic supermarket
  • Verbs: LLEVARSE, TENER, and SER (again)
  • Prepositions: CON and DE

Topics:

  • Placing an order at a restaurant or bar
  • Giving, and asking about, food-and-beverage specifics
  • More useful verbs: QUERER, LLEVAR, and TENER
  • Revision of ingredients and quantities
  • Surfing the menu
  • The common adjectives when discussing food

“Moving your way from Course to Course”

Contenidos comunicativos del taller:

  1. La comida y describir sus platos preferidos
  2. Describir un plato
  3. Pedir en restaurantes y bares
  4. Pedir y dar información sobre la comida
Puerta Del Sol

This class will be a comprehensive revision of the grammatical, lexical, and communication aspects of the entire Madrid unit. Teachers will focus on consolidating previous lessons and addressing any issues, rather than introducing new material.

“A Complete Presentation”

Contenidos comunicativos del taller:

  1. Saludar y despedirse
  2. Presentación personal básica (nombre y apellido, nº de teléfono)
  3. Preguntas de la clase
  4. Dar y pedir información personal
  5. Conocer los objetos de la clase y cómo preguntar por ellos
  6. Dar y pedir información personal: profesión, lugar de trabajo, correo electrónico, número de teléfono, etc. (ampliar la presentación personal)
  7. Hablar de sus aficiones e intereses
  8. Describir cómo es un día en su trabajo/escuela y justificar
  9. Valorar qué sabemos hacer y cómo lo hacemos
  10. La comida y describir sus platos preferidos

Digital Activities

Your time is precious and we want to use it wisely – particularly your time in the classroom. That’s why we’ve developed the following digital components to be completed on your own time. You’ll use them to form a knowledge base, at your own pace, so you can come to your face-to-face sessions ready to start speaking!

Contact Us

E-mail

hola@comunicaspanish.com

Phone

+(852) 2526 9927

Address

Room 404, 4/F, Lap Fai Building, 6-8 Pottinger Street, Central, Hong Kong

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