• Spanish Online Courses
  • Spanish Online Courses
  • Spanish Online Courses
  • Spanish Online Courses

Spanish intensive courses


Intensive week
  • 30th May – 1st June 2022 ( from Mon to Wed due to the Queen’s Jubilee on 2nd and 3rd June)
  • 25th July  – 29th July 2022
  • 1 st August – 5th August 2022
  • 24th October – 28th October 2022
Level & Timetable

For Adults, from Monday to Friday:

  • Beginners: 11:05am – 1:05 pm
  • Improvers: 2:00 – 4:00 pm
  • Intermediate: 4:30 – 6:30 pm
  • Children: 10:00 am – 12:00 noon (just 3 days Mon/Wed/Fri)

Spanish Online CoursesIntensive online Spanish courses  2022

Contact us at spanish@ladante-in-cambridge.org

  • Adults  Beginners course:  10 am -12 noon (Every day from Monday to Friday)
  • Adults Improvers course: 2 – 4 pm  (Every day from Monday to Friday)
  • Adults Intermediate course: 4.30 pm – 6.30 pm (Every day from Monday to Friday)

Our one-week Intensive Courses are the fastest way to learn Spanish. We offer Intensive Courses for beginners, Improvers, Intermediate and Children. You will learn Spanish online with our native qualified teachers. Our courses are ideal if you are planning to travel to Spain and want to ask for directions, order your favourite paella or crema Catalana, go shopping for fancy Spanish shoes and enjoy tapas al fresco in the main plaza!

Find out more 


 Beginners: on the Monday,  Wednesday , Friday 10-12noon – Contact us!

LevelLearning outcomes

This course is the best way to learn Spanish for a new total beginners:
-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
-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.

Enrol for the Spanish Intensive Course: