Spanish Intensive Courses

CHILDREN INTENSIVE COURSES – TENNIS & SPANISH

Winter term: Weds Thurs and Friday 24th – 26th October

Spring term: Weds Thurs and Friday 14th-17th February 2019

Summer term: Weds Thurs and Friday 30th May – 1st June 2019

Beginners: 2 – 4 pm
Bilinguals: 2 – 4 pm

CONTENT FOR CHILDREN INTENSIVE COURSES

Ideal for young children starting to learn the language for the first time. The children will be learning through role-playing, active learning through gardening projects, cooking sessions, songs as well as learning how to introduce themselves, day to day actions: from getting washed to shopping. We use a unique Mary Poppins bag method which has been developed by the director at La Dante.

We are working in partnership with the Cambridge Tennis Academy: during half-term week children can learn to play tennis in the morning and then come over to La Dante to enjoy learning Spanish.

Do let us know if you wish to come along and sign up!

ADULTS INTENSIVE COURSES

OCTOBER courses 22nd – 26th  Monday – Friday
Beginners: 10 – 12 noon
Improvers: 2 – 4 pm
Intermediate: 4.30 – 6.30 pm

DECEMBER courses 10th – 14th Monday – Friday
Beginners: 10 – 12 noon
Improvers: 2 – 4 pm
Intermediate: 4.30 – 6.30 pm

FEBRUARY courses 11th – 17th Monday – Friday
Beginners: 10 – 12 noon
Improveres: 2 – 4 pm
Intermediate: 4.30 – 6.30 pm

CONTENT FOR ADULTS’ INTENSIVE COURSES
LevelWhat you will learn
Beginner

-Introduce yourself
-Express what you like and dislike
-Ask for directions
-Order special dishes in a restaurant, go shopping or find a lovely place for ‘tapas’ in town, book a train ticket, visit a museum
Improver-Shopping (asking for the price, for a specific item, size, trying something on, etc., verbs ‘costar y valer’ and other useful questions/sentences when you go shopping)
-Hotels and reservation (useful questions/sentences when you go to a hotel, formal vs. informal way)
-Gender for nouns and adjectives in Spanish
-Present tense + speaking about daily routines
Intermediate
-Talk about your experiences and recent past actions (past tenses)
-Talk about future actions (future tenses)
introduction to if clauses in Spanish
-Use the proper language for travelling
express your opinion in Spanish.

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