Course Description

The course is designed as an easy access into the world of Spanish and has been laid out in such a way that students can go at their own pace. If you have always been fascinated by people who speak another language and want to pursue it as a hobby, or you simply need to brush up on your spoken Spanish before you head off on a holiday or business trip, this course will help you to achieve your goals and open up new avenues and experiences for years to come!

The course is audio based using an experienced bilingual speaker, with the content created collaboratively by both instructors, and it will be supported with on-screen transcripts for easier learning and better retention.

What am I going to get from this course?

Over 21 lectures and 3.5 hours of content!

By the end of this course you will be able to hold a basic conversation with a native Spanish speaker.

In this course you will learn to introduce yourself, ask for directions to important landmarks and order a range of food and drinks.

What is the target audience?

The course is suitable for people with limited-to-zero previous Spanish experience.

Learners with a passion for language learning and a willingness to take work at their own pace.

If you have studied Spanish in the past and would like to refresh your knowledge of it, then this course suits you too!


Section 1: Why Choose to Learn Another Language?

Lecture 1: The Benefits of Learning Another Language

Lecture 2: The Spanish Language

Section 2: Greeting and Personal Profile

Lecture 3: Much more than just Hola!

Lecture 4: Age, Location and Where You’re From

Lecture 5: Likes, Dislikes and Hobbies

Section 3: Getting Around Town

Lecture 6: Directions and Landmarks

Lecture 7: Countries of the World

Lecture 8: Transport and Times

Section 4: Social Life and Dining Out

Lecture 9: Meeting up with Friends

Lecture 10: At the Cafe: Ordering Food

Section 5: Body Parts and Illness

Lecture 11: Body Parts and Common Illnesses

Section 6: Conclusion and Further Learning

Lecture 12: Conclusion and Further Learning