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What will I learn?

  • Speaking, listening, reading, writing skills
  • Key vocabulary & grammar
  • Confidence for conversations
Spanish courses in London. Unlock the door to Spanish and Latin American culture – the food, the music, the dances, the parties, the festivals, and of course, the people – by learning to speak the language with confidence on our fun and practical Spanish lessons in London.

Spanish is sultry and seductive like no other language. It offers learners the chance to explore a unique diversity too – both linguistic and cultural. From the Iberian peninsula to Latin America, you’ll be immersing yourself in one of the world’s most exciting cultures.

Our native teachers will guide you through the finer points of pronunciation and grammar, helping you become an assured Spanish speaker. You’ll learn in groups of up to 14 and get lots of conversation practice. Our Spanish lessons in London are enjoyable too. Who knows? You could be watching Almodóvar films without subtitles or haggling over prices with locals on a market stall in no time!

Course basics

  • 10 Spanish classes
  • Once a week
  • 2-hour class
  • Evening or Saturday morning
  • Group size; 14 max
  • Qualified native teacher
  • Location; Central London

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What will I learn?

Courses are designed to follow the Council of Europe syllabus. This is essentially a list of different things you should be able to do in the language, and by looking at the table below you can get an idea of how long it might take you.


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The focus in all languages we teach is to get you using the language. If you would like to see what level you are try our online test and please get in touch if you have any questions; we can also assess your level on the phone. Except for Beginner's courses you can take a trial lesson with no obligation.

Council of Europe Level Group level at UIC Length of course Summary of what will be covered in the course
A1 Beginner 20 hours Greetings and introductions, Asking and giving personal information, Ordering at the bar or restaurant, Food and Drinks, Describing cities and countries, The alphabet, Numbers 1-100, Nationalities, Professions, Hobbies, Present tense, Definite and indefinite articles, Interrogative words.
Beginner Plus 20 hours Buying and asking prices, Describing people, Expressing likes and dislikes, Family and friends, Describing daily routines, Telling the time, Colours, Numbers over 100, Present tense, Reflexive Verbs, Possessive adjectives.
Elementary 20 hours Ordering in a restaurant, Food and drinks, Asking for directions in a town or city, Public places and shops, Talking about skills and abilities, Present tense, Irregular verbs, Pretérito Perfecto tense.
 
A2 Pre Intermediate 20 hours Talking about past events, Giving advice, Describing a house, Furniture, Comparing, Describing objects, Regular and irregular Verbs, Pretérito Indefinido Tense, Talking about problems, Adverbials of time.
Low Intermediate A 20 hours Inviting somebody to do something, Asking for favours, Asking and giving permission, Giving excuses, Talking about leisure activities, Talking about projects in the future, Parts of the body, Demostrative pronouns, estar + gerundio, ir + infinitivo.
Low Intermediate B 20 hours Talking about food, Describing cultural activities in the city, Describing aches, pains and symptoms, Giving advice, Books films and theatre, Direct object pronouns, Pretérito Perfecto and Indefinido tenses.
Low Intermediate C 20 hours Talking about habits and circumstances in the past, Stating opinions, Designing and presenting and advertising campaign, Talking about the future, Pretérito Imperfecto tense.
 
B1 Intermediate A 20 hours Describing friends, Describing events in the past, Expressing cause, Expressing probability, Talking about personal experiences, Expressing happiness, sadness and surprise, Spain and Latin America, Holidays, Pretérito Indefinido and Imperfecto, Verbs with prepositions.
Intermediate B 20 hours Expressing changes of the mood, Talking about plans, Talking about problems, Giving and asking for advice, Reporting requests, Celebrations, Plans and projects, Present Subjunctive, Imperative Affirmative and Negative.
Intermediate C 20 hours Expressing opinion, Expressing agreement and disagreement, Talking about the past: incidents, jokes and anecdotes, Films, Conditional Tense, Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto.
 
B2 Upper Intermediate A 20 hours Asking and giving advice, Giving opinion, Expressing agreement and disagreement, Expressing unlikely conditions and consequences, Describing the character of a person, The future, Pretérito perfecto e imperfecto de subjuntivo, Condicional simple tense.
Upper Intermediate B 20 hours Offering solutions to problems, Writing a report, advert and newspaper article, Stating purpose, Reporting requests, suggestions and orders, Advertisement, The media, Futuro simple and compuesto tenses, Prepositions Por/Para, Indirect speech.
Upper Intermediate C 20 hours Expressing preferences, Expressing annoyance, Talking about feelings, Describing places, Complaining, Places of interest, Holidays, Expresions with estar + preposición + sustantivo, Pretérito pluscuamperfecto de subjuntivo.
 
C1 Advanced 20 hours For more details about higher levels please contact us.
 
UIC Languages, London W1W7SA

School’s location

UIC London is extremely popular with students looking to study languages, as it boasts an ideal location, close to the much visited Oxford Circus, and Regents Park. UIC is easy to reach, and well linked through many underground stations, and other transport links. At this enviable postcode (W1W 7SA) students really are in the heart of everything London has to offer, including the legendary Oxford Circus. To find out more, contact us on +44 020 7079 3334.

Our school

“Loved it. Great staff/great environment. The fact the lesson is taught in Spanish is amazing! Learned so much.”
Rachel,
Spanish Beginner course