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Beginner 1 Spanish is meant to be a preliminary level to learning Spanish. In the course, students learn about basic grammar in both the English language and Spanish language. Students learn simple vocabulary including numbers, the days of the week, months of the year, and animals. Students also learn basic phrases such as "hi how are you," "good morning," and "see you later." The course concludes with introducing verbs, nouns and articles, and the two different verbs used for the english verb "to be."


Beginner 2 Spanish furthers the foundation set up in Beginner 1, focusing on expanding vocabulary, and using more verbs. Students will learn pronouns, conjugation, and the present tense. At the end of Beginner 2, students should have a solid understanding of how to form simple sentences involving nouns, pronouns, adjectives, and verbs.


Beginner 3 Spanish starts with reviewing and furthering what is learned in Beginner 2 and 3. It then continues to introduce new vocab and concepts. Concepts introduced include how to tell time and the verb meaning "go. Vocab introduced includes further numbers, adjectives, and prepositions.


Intermediate 1 Spanish begins with a foundational review but briskly moves on to covering a more in-depth curriculum. With a strong emphasis on vocabulary development, intermediate one introduces a plethora of vocab pertaining to the weather, colors, members of the family, articles of clothing, transportation, and city life. Additionally, intermediate one furthers a focus on verbs and the verb it or "to go" while maintaining foundational knowledge. 


Intermediate 2 continues the previous level's focus on vocabulary, building and maintaining vocab pertaining to a number of different and useful subjects. Most notably, intermediate 2 begins to ready students for conversation by introducing simple phrases and parts of conversations such as "My favorite hobby is," "I like going to," "I like/I don't like," and more. Additionally, intermediate 2 introduces important question words in Spanish.


Intermediate 3 places a heavy emphasis on learning new verb forms, and in particular, the present progressive. Intermediate 3 works to maintain previously learned vocabulary and has focused review on the two different Spanish verbs for the English verb "to be": ser and estar. Intermediate 3 also introduces new vocab while continuing introduction to conversations in the language. 

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