Spanish language, Spanish Español, Romance language (Indo-European family) spoken as a first language by some 360 million people worldwide. In the early 21st century, Mexico had the greatest number of speakers (more than 85 million), followed by Colombia (more than 40 million), Argentina (more than 35 million), the United States (more than 31 million), and Spain (more than 30 million).
Spanish is the (or an) official language of 18 American countries (Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, and Venezuela) as well as of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, along with Spain in Europe and Equatorial Guinea in Africa.
Our tutors guide you the right way to learn Spanish online courses, right sentence structure with grammar, encourage the students and correct their assignment
Spanish online classes are very interactive, continuous online assignment to evaluate the progress of the students
You will have practise on all four pattern listening, writing, reading and speaking as well. We conduct multiple activities to support the learning as much as possible.
A1 Spanish level refers to the basic knowledge and subjects learned in Spanish. A1 level is often expressed as a beginner or beginner level. The level to start learning Spanish is A1 level. It is a fairly basic level of language.
A1 Spanish level is the first level in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
At A1 Spanish level, you can handle simple and routine tasks without any problems and deal with everyday situations. You have a competence to express your simple needs; You can use Spanish to understand dates/times/numbers, meet people, ask for places/directions, place orders.
A2 Spanish level refers to above beginner, intermediate level Spanish knowledge. You can easily make simple sentences and simple daily conversations at A2 Spanish level.
A2 Spanish level is the second level in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
A2 Spanish level is the minimum recruitment level for many companies we partner with.
A2 Spanish level is not a sufficient level for academic education.
In the Berlitz level system, the A2 Spanish level is divided into 3 sub-levels as A2.1, A2.2 and A2.3.
At the A2.1 level of Spanish, you have command of the language on specific subjects, routine and simple tasks. You can understand and convey messages in Spanish, respond to simple and direct information, have simple face-to-face conversations, and talk about activities you like or dislike. You can learn and meet daily and simple needs using your knowledge of Spanish; shopping, vacation planning or hotel reservation etc.
At A2.2 Spanish level, you can do most uncomplicated tasks. You master routine social and work situations. Even if you make some mistakes, you can start and maintain a conversation in Spanish. You begin to build your subject-specific Spanish vocabulary; You can give professional instructions, explain a simple problem and come up with a solution, guide your visitors, explain in detail and politely respond to invitations. You can state your preferences, agreements or disagreements in Spanish or make a complaint.
At A2.3 Spanish level ,you can grasp knowledge of unfamiliar topics and have long Spanish conversations with others on a wide variety of topics. However, you may not yet be able to maintain consistency in long Spanish phrases or unfamiliar topics. You can describe equipment you know, arrange and negotiate an agreement, establish professional contacts and advice in Spanish. When speaking Spanish, you may feel that your native language is interfering at times.
B1 Spanish level is the third level in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
B1 Spanish level is the minimum level of recruitment that many companies we work with for those who will work with a foreign team in departments such as project management, foreign sales and exports.
In the Berlitz level system, the B1 Spanish level is divided into 3 sub-levels as B1.1, B1.2 and B1.3.
At B1.1 Spanish level, you can initiate, maintain and end most communicative tasks required for your personal and business needs. At B1.1 Spanish level, you can understand the instructions and give direct instructions. You can easily communicate in Spanish in social and professional situations – including participating in discussions and meetings, interrupting someone to explain a project or express your opinion. At B1.1 Spanish level, you can discuss the quality of a product or service. At B1.1 Spanish level, you can explain the hypotheses and their results in Spanish.
At B1.2 Spanish level, you can communicate competently and comfortably in many professional and personal contexts, and you will find many ways to formulate what you want to explain. You can be sufficient even in difficult social situations where unfamiliar words come across. You can engage in conversations with native speakers, ask for clarification when needed, deal with complex situations such as consulting a lawyer, and speak Spanish on the phone for extended periods of time. You can express your ideas in Spanish and easily overcome unexpected problems.
At B1.3 Spanish level, you can grasp detailed information on unfamiliar topics and use the language as a tool to work in other academic and professional fields. At this level, you can initiate and maintain spontaneous conversations, express and defend your opinions in a discussion, and understand some Spanish idioms created by native speakers. With your knowledge of Spanish, you can run an office, settle a dispute or defend your opinion against a group.
B2 Spanish level is the fourth level in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
In the Berlitz level system, the B2 Spanish level is divided into two sub-levels as B2.1 and B2.2.
You communicate effectively and appropriately even in difficult communicative tasks and situations at B2.1 Spanish level; like leading a meeting or conference session. You can meet with business people, give a professional presentation, and have a sales meeting. You are very fluent and versatile in expressing yourself; You can easily speak and understand Spanish even in difficult subjects. There may be minor mistakes in your Spanish speaking and barriers from your native language.
B2.1 Spanish level is the last level we provide standard education. Those who have completed the B2.1 level of Spanish can participate in academic studies at universities, receive acceptance from universities abroad, and work comfortably in a company abroad.
At B2.2 Spanish level, you can communicate effectively in Spanish across a wide range of communities. You have a good command of the Spanish language. You can confidently and effectively participate in meetings and discussions, defend your opinions in Spanish in multi-person discussions, give clear and detailed presentations, and use appropriate Spanish language in sensitive social situations.
At this level, you communicate effectively with various audiences on a wide range of familiar and new topics to meet most personal, academic or professional demands, including many which presume experience in public speaking and critical listening.
At the professional level, you have full command of the language. You understand and can use virtually all linguistic structures; as well as a range of vocabulary items as broad and deep as that of most educated native speakers. Communication is fluent, appropriate and well organized—you develop ideas in speech clearly and coherently.
For example, a Turk speaks Turkish at C level. If you say you know C-level Spanish, you need to understand and speak as much Spanish as a Spanish.