Learn Spanish 2: People and their interests
Expand your Spanish vocabulary to have richer conversations
This course will help you build on your language skills to take your Spanish to the next level.
Over four weeks, you’ll learn how to start expressing likes and dislikes, both in writing and speaking Spanish.
As you expand your knowledge of the Spanish language, you’ll grow your confidence in not just communicating essential phrases but also holding a conversation and showing off your personality.
Understand the rules of Spanish grammar
To develop your language skills, you must be able to use certain grammar aspects.
You’ll explore simple present tense, interrogative words, time adverbs, and more to help you communicate complex sentence structures.
Start to transition to intermediate Spanish
With your grammatical knowledge, you’ll be ready to tackle more intermediate Spanish such as describing present actions, routine activities, and what you like to do in your spare time.
You’ll also be able to recognise different vocabulary including describing clothes, professions, and regions of a country.
Learning from the experts at Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, you’ll finish the course with the opportunity to demonstrate your skills with a written piece and oral presentation, which will be graded by your peers.
- Present time actions
- Likes & dislikes
- Free time activities
- Regions of a country
- Fashion & the human body
Learning on this course
On every step of the course you can meet other learners, share your ideas and join in with active discussions in the comments.
What will you achieve?
By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to...
- Recognize how to express likes and dislikes.
- Recognize how to use the following grammar aspects: simple present tense (regular verbs), interrogative words (qué, cómo, dónde, etc.), the verb Gustar, time adverbs, conjunctions y (e), o (u), pero, gradatives: muy, bastante, un poco, adverbs también and
- Recognize how to use the following vocabulary aspects: numbers, professions, parts of the body, clothes
- Describe present time actions: routine activities and free time activities
- Describe places: regions of a country
Who is the course for?
This course is designed for anyone interested in learning Spanish.
It will be most useful for learners who have already completed the Learn Spanish 1: Basics, meeting people and describing places course.
Who developed the course?
Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana (UPB), located in Medellín, Colombia, is a highly recognized institution not only in the city, but also in the country due to its high-quality accreditation awarded by the Colombian Ministry of Education.
UPB promotes integral development of human being as an ethical, social, rational, religious, artistic person, who gives a humanist sense of the environment through a process of continuous improvement.
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