In Spanish for Beginners Level 2 we continue to explore the language with practical scenarios.
If you confidently know: Basic transactional Spanish, know how to talk about yourself and introduce your family, perhaps this class is for you!
Spanish for Beginners level 2 has no taster class, therefore we start right away. This course runs for 6 weeks.
Topics we will cover:
-A good overall review of the basics (using a number of different scenarios, involving days of the week, months of the year, family members, introducing yourself and others, buying tickets, etc.)
-Getting to know each other (involving new questions and learning new verbs).
-Learning the alphabet (involving spelling and giving personal information).
-Going out shopping (involving the use of numbers, colours, different objects and articles, sizes & quantities).
-Feeling unwell (involving parts of the body, saying how are you feeling, names of illnesses and medications obtained at the chemist).
Classes in Linlithgow from 7.30 pm – 9 pm
Monday, 21st May – Monday 25th June
Tuesday, 6th November – Tuesday, 11th December
Venue: Cross House at the centre of Linlithgow, West Lothian, EH49 7AL our classroom is called The Cellar, which is on the ground floor, enter through the set of glass doors facing car park.
Classes in Falkirk
Wednesday, 29th August – Wednesday, 3rd October
Venue: Trinity Falkirk Parish Church, Manse Place FKI IJN on the High Street (opposite M&S). our classroom is in the cafeteria of the church.
Cost £120 p/p, including book. Fee to be covered before the class takes place. I offer 25% discount if you have taken this class with me already but wish to brush it up.
We had always wanted to learn to speak and understand some Spanish as we holiday in Majorca every year. Lila’s class was ideal as it was geared to the type of conversations you would be likely to have on holiday. There was never any pressure and Lila made everyone feel at ease when attempting the language.
The book she gave us was fantastic as a basis for the class but also for use at home to refer to. We will continue to use it on a regular basis. We hope there will be a further class that we can go to and would recommend Lila to anyone wanting to learn or continue their learning of Spanish.
Kind regards, Pat & Jill McDaid
My partner and I have done unit 1 and 2 now and it’s great. It corrected my self-taught Spanish and I was chatting away to people in Tenerife. My Spanish is 200% better than it was and I feel much more confident! We went to even more little “tabernitas” in little villages because now we could work out the menus and knew the kind of things we would be asked. Lila is such a friendly lady and so is the class!
Thanks! Claire Moodie