Iniciación al Español - A Distancia

Iniciación al Español - A Distancia

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Curso a distancia


Curso a distancia de español para que el alumno aprenda un vocabulario esencial para manejar el idioma, así como costumbres y situaciones típicas del país.

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Proveer del conocimiento básico del español que se utiliza día a día. Le proporcionará una familiarización con el idioma y le proveerá de un vocabulario esencial para su manejo del idioma y de las costumbres y situaciones típicas del país. Reconocerá gramática, diálogos, seguidos de ejercicios que le ayuden a practicar y consolidar su aprendizaje. Además, puede comprobar su progreso con el solucionario de los ejercicios que se le ofrece.

A quién va dirigido

A personas anglohablantes que quieran iniciarse en el idioma castellano.

Temario completo de este curso

¿Quién es quién?
  • Greetings (formal, informal).
  • Presenting personal information: nacionality, background, occupation, age...
  • Introducing yourself, saying goodbye...
  • Spelling in Spanish.
  • The alphabet.
  • Presente simple (Present simple): ser, tener, trabajar, llamarse (to be, to have,to work, to be named)
  • Numbers: from 1 to 101
  • Adjectives: gender and plural/singular forms
  • Formulating questions with: ¿Cómo?¿De dónde? ¿Cuánto? (How? Where...from? How much/ many?)
  • Nationality..Countries.
  • Meeting people.
  • Professions, occupations.

Mi casa es tu casa

  • Asking for information/giving address.
  • To place people/things.
  • Describing objects and places.
  • Regular present tenses: -ar/-er/-ir.
  • Adjectives/nouns: gender and plural/singular forms
  • Definite /indefinite articles. -- Making questions with:¿Dónde?¿Qué?¿Quién? (Where? What? Who?)
  • Hay/está-n usage (there is, there are / to be)
  • Prepositional usage.
  • Demonstratives: este/a, estos as (this, that, these, those)
  • Colours.
  • Vocabulary related to address.
  • My house: setting and furniture.
  • Renting a house.
¡Vuelva usted mañana!
  • Physical descriptions (appearance).
  • Possessives.
  • Describing clothing.
  • Adjectives and possessives.
  • Ser, tener, llevar, estar verbs (to be, to have, to wear)
  • Joining adjectives to nouns: usage and rules.
  • Adjectives: degree of comparison.
  • My family (relatives).
  • Clothing
  • Appearance.
  • Personal items.
  • In the Police Station:the NIE
¡Prefiero ir a madrid en ave!
  • Expressing needs , thoughts, likes and dislikes.
  • Asking for information/giving address.
  • Understanding oral messages.
  • Necesitar, querer, preferir+infinitivo/sustantivo (to need (to), to want, to prefer+infinitive verb/noun)
  • Using en, a prepositions with Action verbs.
  • Transport.
  • At the train station, at the airport, in the cab.
  • Leisure.
¡Vámonos de tapas!
  • Ordering in a restaurant, bar...
  • Expressing Likes.
  • Agreeing and disagreeing.
  • Expressing frequency
  • Present simple (irregular verbs)
  • Expressing frequency: adverbs and expressions.
  • Verbs:gustar, encantar…(to like, to delight…)
  • In the restaurant, in the `tapas´ bar,...
  • In the cinema.
  • Meals and food.
¡Nos vemos en la “disco”!
  • Asking for the time.
  • Describing routines: timetables, dates..
  • Reflexive verbs.
  • Verb: doler ( to ache,to hurt)
  • Direct object pronouns.
  • Adverbs: también, tampoco (also, too, as well/nor, neither, either(-)
  • Parts of the body.
  • The Health center: asking for a date.
  • Parts of the day. -- Months
¡Qué calor!
  • Describing actions in process.
  • Describing actions in progress.
  • Estar + Gerund (-ing form)
  • Seguir + Gerund.
  • Verbs rekated to weather: llover (to rain), nevar (to snow)…
  • Hace + muy/mucho + adjective + substantive structure.
  • Preposition ‘en’.
  • The Weather.
  • Seasons.
¡Vámonos de compras!
  • Expressing quantity.
  • Asking for prices.
  • Irregular present tense.
  • Direct object pronouns
  • Indefinite pronouns: -- algo/nada (something/ anything,nothing) -- alguien/nadie (somebody/ anybody,nobody) -- alguno/ninguno (someone, somebody/anyone,none)
  • The supermarket.
¡Se busca ...!
  • Speaking about oneself.
  • Describing personal experiences and events.
  • Determiners, adjectives,and pronouns.
  • Interrogative pronouns.
  • Numbers from 101 to one million.
  • ‘Por’ ‘Para’ prepositions.
  • Spanish social relationships.
  • Looking for a job.
  • Currículum Vitae.
  • Job interview.
Tengo planes
  • Planning, suggesting.
  • Accepting and rejecting suggestions.
  • Expressing obligation
  • IR A + Infinitive
  • DEBER + Infinitive
  • TENER QUE + Infinitive
  • Planning ahead.
  • Leisure activities.
Sol, toros y paella
  • Giving or asking for an opinion.
  • Agreeing and disagreeing.
  • Asking and expressing cause.
  • Expressing negation.
  • Expressing opinion: -- me parece que…(It seems to me) -- creo que…(I think,I guess)
  • Present simple (irregular verbs)
  • Spanish topics and ways of life.
Última hora
  • Managing a conversation.
  • Speaking about actions completed in a tense related to present.
  • Personal experiences.
  • Pretérito Perfecto: Regular and irregular verbs (present perfect)
  • Possessives: adjectives and pronouns.
  • Adverbs of time and expressions: hoy, esta mañana, esta tarde, este mes, este año, alguna vez,nunca.
  • Daily routines
  • The News.
¡Sígueme, sígueme!
  • Asking for / giving information on how to reach a place.
  • Imperative (affirmative, negative):regular, irregular.
  • Imperative + pronouns.
  • My city.
  • In the bank: The cash dispenser
¿Quién es quién?
  • Giving and asking for information by phone or sms.
  • Talking about relationships.
  • Present simple and imperative tenses.
  • Formal, informal language in use.
  • Telephoning.
  • Sending a message by Mobile.
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