Spanish BeginnersImperial College Centre for Languages, Culture and Communication
The approach is communicative & cultural topics relating to Spain and Latin America will be introduced.
Starting from the most basic aspects of the Spanish language – alphabet differences & pronunciation -, students will be listening to and speaking Spanish from the first day: introductions, nationalities, names of countries, etc. By the end of this 20-hour course, students should be familiar with essential aspects of the language such as word gender, number and the present tense. Students will have also acquired relevant vocabulary to interact in Spanish in a basic way in a number of everyday situations.
Cultural aspects of the Spanish-speaking world are introduced through listening exercises, reading and class activities.
Throughout the course, Spanish will be used when practising oral skills and students will be encouraged to communicate in the target language in the classroom.
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Imperial College Centre for Languages, Culture and Communication
The mission of the Centre for Languages, Culture and Communication is to deliver excellent teaching and scholarship in the fields of humanities, languages and science communication. We also run a thriving programme of Evening Classes and Lunchtime Learning in the arts,...
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