BEGINNING LEVEL SPANISH - A

Level A-0
You have no previous experience with Spanish.  Learn some of the first, simple elements of the language: The Spanish Alphabet; Days of the week; the Spanish Numbers from 0 to 10; How to express Colors

Level A-1
Learn how to use nouns and adjectives.  Learn the verb SER, the first of two Spanish verbs that mean TO.  Continue to count from 11 to 100

Level A-2
Learn the first elements of speaking about the present.  Make questions and negative sentences.  Learn how to show what is your and what is mine.  Place things in time on the clock and on the calendar.

Level A-3
Gain more knowledge about the present tense and how to show possession.  Learn the irregular verbs TENER (to have) and VENIR (to come).  Study the numbers above 200. 

Level A-4
How do you say THIS and THAT in Spanish?  What’s a contraction?  Learn the verb ESTAR, the other verb in Spanish that means “to be”.  Take a look at some more irregular verbs; IR (to go), DAR (to Give), SABER and CONOCER (two verbs that mean “to know”

Level A-5
How do you say that something is now in progress?  If both SER and ESTAR both mean “to be”, what’s the difference?  Add a few more irregularities to your verb knowledge: stem-changing verbs.  How do you compare things in Spanish?  Do you need special pronouns after prepositions?

Level A-6
Take a look at a few more stem-changing verbs.  If YO means “I”, how do you say “me”?  How can you make things negative?  Can the present tense really be used to talk about the past?

Level A-7
Do you want to talk about things that happened in the past?  If LO means “him”, how do you say “to him”?  Learn how to say that you like something.  Reflexive Verbs: Telling that I do something to myself.

Level A-8
More information about the past. Is there more than one way to talk about the past? I gave it to him…I gave him it…what word order is acceptable in Spanish?  What’s an adverb and how can you construct one?

Level A-9
Two problem prepositions: POR vs. PARA.  Let’s talk about the weather? The Imperfect Tense: Is there a difference between “I went” and “I used to go”?  How do you say “ago” in Spanish?  If MI CASA means “my house”, how do you say “mine”

Level A-10
YO FUI means “I went”.  How do you say “I have gone” and “I had gone”?  How do you make a command: Close the door!

Level A-11
Learn some elementary things about the verb form called the “subjunctive”

Level A-12
Find out how to use the subjunctive to talk about things that are indefinite or nonexistent.  Learn how to make commands to your friends.  Study about the prepositions A, DE and EN 

Level A-13
Study the use of the subjunctive to talk about doubt, denial and disbelief.  What about the subjunctive after conjunctions?  How you say “Let’s…” in Spanish?

Level A-14
Does Spanish have a future tense?  How do you say “would” in Spanish?  Learn how to use prepositions with verbs.

Level A-15
Learn how to express the subjunctive in the past.  How do you start a sentence with “if”?  Can you say “I will have finished” or “I would have finished”?  What are the compound tenses of the subjunctive?

INTERMEDIATE LEVEL SPANISH - A

Level A-1
Review of: The Preterit and the Imperfect; SOLER – ACABAR DE – POR POCO ;  Equivalentes de TIME

Level A-2
Review of: SER – ESTAR; Equivalentes de TO KNOW; La acentuación

Level A-3
Review of: Special Verb Constructions (the GUSTAR pattern); Pronoun Constructions; HACE and Other Constructions Related to Times; Modismos con el verbo HACERSE ; Equivalentes en inglés de ECHAR(SE) ; El acento diacrítico

Level A-4
Review of: The Subjunctive in Noun Clauses; Equivalentes de BUT; Palabras de enlace

Level A-5
Review of: The Subjunctive in Relative (Adjective) Clauses; Palabras que cambian su significado según el género; Equivalentes de TO ASK; Uso de la coma

Level A-6
Review of: The Subjunctive in Adverbial Clauses; Equivalentes de TO BECOME; Uso del punto y coma

Level A-7
Review of: Uses of the Definite and Indefinite Articles; Prepositions: Uses of A; PARECER y PARECERSE A; Otros signos de puntuación

Level A-8
Review of : Prepositions: Uses of DE, CON, EN; Modismos con la palabra ATENCIÓN

Level A-9
Review of: Prepositions: Uses of PARA and POR; Compound Prepositions; Adjetivos con las terminaciones –ADO, -IDO; Equivalentes de TO RAISE

Level A-10
Review of: Placement of Descriptive Adjectives; Formación de adjetivos; Equivalentes de TO TAKE

Level A-11
Review of: The Future and Conditional Tenses; Ways to Express Conjecture and Probability in Spanish; Equivalentes de: TO RUN

Level A-12
Review of: Verbs Used Reflexively; The Passive Voice; Pares de sustantivos con diferentes significados; Equivalentes de TO GET

Level A-13
Review of: Spanish equivalents of the English –ING Form; the Infinitive; the Past Participle; Adjetivos españoles que equivalen a adjetivos ingleses con –ING; Equivalentes de TO MISS

Level A-14
Review of: Relative Pronouns; the Relative Adjective CUYO; Algunos refranes que usan relativos ; Equivalentes de BACK

INTERMEDIATE LEVEL SPANISH - B

Level B-1
Review of: Nouns, adjectives, Definite and Indefinite Articles; the verbs SER and ESTAR

Level B-2
Review of: Stem-changing verbs; Verb Constructions Using IR A and ACABAR DE + Infinitive; Infinitive Constructions; Reflexive Verbs; the Present Participle and Progressive Tense Constructions

Level B-3
Review of: The Concept of the Subjunctive Mood; Regular and Irregular Forms of the Present Subjunctive; Use of the Subjunctive after Expressions of Volition and Impersonal Expressions

Level B-4
Review of: Affirmative and Negative Forms of the Imperative (Command Forms); Uses of PARA and POR; Adverbs and Prepositions Indicating Place

Level B-5
Review of: Regular and Irregular Forms of the Preterit; Uses of the Preterit; Negative Expressions; Use of the Present Indicative with the Expressions DESDE and DESDE HACE

Level B-6
Review of: Formation of the Imperfect Tense; Uses of the Preterit vs. Imperfect Tenses

Level B-7
Review of: The Past Participle; the Formation of  the Present Perfect Indicative; Subject, Prepositional, Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns; Word Order for Prepositions; the Construction of ME GUSTA

Level B-8
Review of: The Use of Subjunctive Mood after Expressions of Emotion, Feeling, Doubt and after Relative Pronouns; the Present Perfect Subjunctive

Level B-9
Review of: The Use of the article as a noun; ¿CUÁL?: The Interrogative Adjective and Pronoun; Demonstrative Adjectives and Pronouns; Possessive Adjectives and Pronouns; Comparative and Superlative Constructions

Level B-10
Review of: The Future Tense; the Conditional Tense; the Pluperfect Tense; the Future Perfect Tense

Level B-11
Review of: AL + Infinitive; the Use of the Infinitive after Certain Prepositions; the Use of the Subjunctive after Certain Conjunctions; the Use of the Subjunctive vs. the Indicative after CUANDO

Level B-12
Review of: Formation of the Imperfect Subjunctive; General Use of the Imperfect Subjunctive: Sentences with SI

Level B-13
Review of: The Passive Voice; Constructions Using SER and ESTAR with the Past Participle; SE + Verb Constructions

Level B-14
Review of: The Pluperfect Subjunctive; the Past Conditional; Conditional Clauses in the Past; the Relative Pronouns QUE and QUIEN; the Relative Pronoun CUYO