Spanish lessons for beginners

If you are willing to dive into this beautiful language, we offer you a program for beginners. It is a course from Universidad de Alcalá & Instituto Miguel de Cervantes, both institutions with an amazing reputation.

Spanish for beginners is mainly designed for new students. It enhances your skills and requires continuous practice from your side, and not only during the class, but also at home.

A young man in his middle thirties holds a mobile, smiles while sitting on a table with other persons not shown in the picture

So we are ready to teach you Spanish as a Foreign Language. We attend from starters to proficients (C1) and beyond, like those who need help in specific fields or careers’ jargon.

What differentiates LB English School from other language academies?

As you may know, all academies have courses for beginners though most of them are non-official. Their participants sometimes get disappointed when using the language on the go, ignoring most grammar rules and not being able to build complex sentences.

Sure they will not understand the cultural subtleties and will be forced to laugh after uncomprehensive joking. What makes us different is that we help you get a strong grammar foundation that allows you to develop your voice.

So, with this course your goal is set to reach level B1 as per CEFR standards (click here).

Becoming social-competent while learning

Even from lesson one, our professors will offer you common expressions. Let’s assume that you want to order a hotdog in Latin America. Well, such an item has the following names depending on the country you are visiting: perro caliente, completo, pancho, or just hotdog.

Moving forward, you will get language-tricks to have engaging conversations. It might sound crazy but: Hola qué tal papá, ¿me das un perrito por favor? could be translated as Hi, how you doin’ Dad, may I have a little dog please? Neither that food truck employee is your father, nor you eat puppies. Cool huh?.

By the way, calling a person Dad or Daddy is an informal expression that means amigo (friend) having nothing to do with parenthood. 🙃

Una chica morena cabello corto, con gafas de lectura grises bien femeninas y zarcillos rojos suelta una carcajada a la cámara, tiene una camisa sobria negra con cuello y puños blancos. Sostiene una taza de café, se notan sus dos anillos, brazalete y uñas pintadas de un color rosado delicado. De fondo, se notan estantes de libros, como si estuviese en un café-libro.

Do you still have doubts?

If you want to go further, touch the ‘Learn More’ button to get your quote. We have several choices for you, depending on your language domain-level.

So, when the time is right, you will make the correct decision to reach your language-goal.

So, are you ready?

From now on, you may count on us.

Cheers!

Learning Spanish is fun. 😉


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