Spanish Beginner 2 (15 hours of frontal lessons)

 Week  Contents
WEEK 1 VERB ‘TO HAVE´. Refreshing `Ser y Estar´: nationalites and professions. Verb to have & to have to: `Tener & Tener que´. Conjugation and Uses: age, possessions and relationships. Idiomatic Expressions: to be hungry, thirsty, cold, hot. Practice: talking about the age, describing your possessions, activity on idiomatic expressions.
WEEK 2 THE FAMILY. The Family: using Ser, Estar y Tener. Family Tree: vocabulary. Possessive pronouns & Possession with `de´. Practice: possessive activities, talking about the family, role game.
WEEK 3 PARTS OF THE BODY. Describing with the verbs `Ser´ and `Tener´. Parts of the body. Descriptive Adjective: physical and temperament features. Practice: guess who, describing people and yourself.
WEEK 4 VERB `TO DO, TO MAKE´: THE WEATHER. Verb to do & to make: `Hacer´.Conjugation, Uses and Idiomatic Expressions: to queue, to pay attention, to pack. Weather expressions and vocabulary: `hay´, `hace´, `esta´Practice: What do you do?, a activity on idiomatic expressions, How does the weather look like?
WEEK 5 VERB `TO GO´. Verb to go & to go to: `Ir´ & `Ir a´. Conjugation and Uses: movement and making future plans. Grammar contradiction: `al´ and `del´. Practice: conversation about where you will go on holiday, what are you going to do.
WEEK 6 MAKING FUTURE PLANS WITH VERB `TO GO´. Places vocabulary: post office, train station, theatre, agent state. Futures plans: introduction of infinitive verbs: to have dinner, to eat, to watch. Practice: where do you go and what are you going to do there?
WEEK 7 ORDERING DRINKS AND FOOD. Making orders in bars & restaurants. Food and Drinks vocabulary. Menu and Courses. Practice: role game in the bar and the restaurant.
WEEK 8 PLACE PREPOSITION AND COMPARATIONS. Demonstrative pronouns: this, that, these, those. Comparative: more than, less than. Place prepositions: right, left, up, down, on, behind, under. Practice: comparing people and things, describing things in the space.
WEEK 9 ASKING FOR DIRECTIONS: THE CITY. Asking for directions: movement expressions. City vocabulary: square, police station, city town, different shops. Practice: map, Where do you go?, What it is?, How can I get there?, What are you going to do there?
WEEK 10 Revision