This introductory course is ideal for anyone looking to interact with native Spanish speakers, visit a Spanish-speaking country, or for study and exchange programme purposes.
By the end of the two-week course, you’ll be able to meet people in Spanish, exchange basic information with them and understand simple written and oral texts.
Suitable even for those with no prior experience, this short course will provide you with the basics needed to strike up a basic conversation in Spanish in a social environment.
You’ll practise the language engaging in interactive activities, and participating in online group work according to a syllabus based on a systematic grammatical progression.
Covering various topics such as greetings, personal information, professions, and key grammatical facts, by the end of the two-week course you’ll be able to introduce yourself and meet other people in Spanish, as well as to read, understand and produce simple texts.
The Modern Language Centre at King’s College London employs over 100 teaching staff who are native speakers of the languages in which they teach.
You’ll be under their guidance every step of the way, and will enjoy a course mapped to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) standard.
The material for these introductory weeks will provide a taste of a new microcredential from King’s College London, coming to FutureLearn in September 2021.
|Type of Opportunity||Exchange Programs|
|Open to||All Nationalities|
|Organizer||Kings College London|