If you are looking for a more affordable option but still the quality of 1 on 1 attention, a small group class is the way to go. A group class consists of strictly 3 to 6 students. We are firm believers that quality is better than quantity. Rather than try to fill up a class with multiple people, we cap our lessons at 6 people to stay true to our mission of teaching with a personalized and conversational methodology.
Online Spanish Groups are arranged according to students’ Spanish levels, ensuring that classmates will have a very similar degree of communicative proficiency. This means it is not always possible to be in a group class depending on other students at the school.
Why might Small Online group Spanish Lessons be the right option for you?
-You prefer to learn Online Spanish interacting with classmates.
-You want to learn not only from the teacher, but also from the people around you.
-You believe that learning Spanish is better accomplished as a team.
-Fellow classmates will ask questions or raise doubts about something that you hadn’t thought about.
Online Spanish Group Lessons: 6 Online Spanish Levels
Each one consists on:
- 15 hours per week
- 3 hours daily: Monday thru Friday (starting any day of the week, however Monday is preferred).
- 1½ hrs. of grammar per day
- 1½ hrs. of conversation per day
- 2 different teachers/personalized instruction
- $105 USD per week
1.- Online Spanish Group Lessons: Beginner
Syllabus: Greetings, Common Expressions, Articles, Noun, Adjective, Adverbs, Regular Verbs, Ser, Estar, Demostrative Adjectives, Possessive Adjectives.
2.- Online Spanish Group Lessons: Beginner Advanced
Irregular Verbs in Present, Reflexive Verbs: Regular & Irregular, Gustar Verbs.
3.- Online Spanish Group Lessons: Intermediate
Syllabus: Review, Regular Simple Past (Preterito), Irregular Simple Past, Imperfecto Regular and Irregular.
4.- Online Spanish Group Lessons: Intermediate Advanced
5.- Online Spanish Group Lessons: Advanced
Subjuntivo: Presentacion, Presente Subjuntivo, Imperfecto Subjuntivo, Presente Indicativo vs Presente Subjuntivo, Imperfecto Indicativo vs Imperfecto Subjuntivo.
6.- Online Spanish Group Lessons: Perfección Del Español
Oraciones Condicionales, Subjuntivo vs. Indicativo, Preposiciones, Verbos que toman diferentes preposiciones, Expresiones Idiomáticas.
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