Spanish classes

Spanish course will immerse you in this language. Being able to speak Spanish will open doors to you all over- not only in Spain, but also in Hispanic America. It is the second most spoken language in the world and is spoken in 21 countries. Over 460 million people in the world use Spanish as their first language. Learning a new language enables you to get to know the culture behind and surrounding it. Take the first step on your Spanish journey with our amazing teachers and have fun along the way!

Verbal Communication and comprehension

Speaking Spanish will be possible with our learning system. The materials adapted to each level will help you to interact in Spanish in a variety of everyday situations.  You will improve your listening comprehension and oral expression. You will use debates, role-plays, monologues, videos or audios in which you will practice daily with your classmates or your native teacher.

Written Expression and Comprehension

During the writing skills course you will develop your writing skills. You will also be able to extract the information you need to complete the exercises in Spanish successfully, and take tests to assess your progress. You will also be able to apply what you have learnt to real situations where you need to communicate in Spanish.


Talkiens’ Tutorials Course will bolster and reinforce all that you have learned in Writing Skills and in Verbal Communication. In Tutorials you are expected and encouraged to work in a more independent way, but there will always be a teacher on hand to guide you should you have any doubts or queries. Tutorials are designed to provide specific additional practice which the student asks for or that the teacher deems necessary.

What are the established levels of Spanish?

As is the case with other languages, the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) organises language proficiency in six levels, A1 to C2, which can be regrouped into three broad level descriptors:

  • A (A1 & A2): Basic level (Basic User)
  • B (B1& B2): Intermediate level (Independent User)
  • C (C1 & C2): Advanced level (Proficient User)

The above descriptors are skill levels. Level 1 covers the more basic competencies of the broad group (A, B or C), while the second level goes into more detail and depth. In summary, the levels of Spanish are A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2.

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