Monday 31st January 2022
Monday 4th April 2022
This is a 20 hour course over 10 weeks. Classes are taking place every Monday from 18:00pm until 20:00pm GMT.
Hola, ¿Que tal? My name is Ana and I am from Los Molinos, a lovely little village to the North-West of Madrid. I love to go to the theatre, to read, to dance and to do sports.
I have a university degree in Spanish language and literature and a master’s degree in education, both from the University Complutense of Madrid, where I also used to be the president of the faculty’s sport club.
I am also an official DELE examiner for B1, B2, C1 and C2 levels.
During my life, so far, I have lived in Madrid, Malta and for the last five years I have been living in London. Since I finished my studies teaching the Spanish language and culture has been my passion. I have experience teaching one to one classes, group courses, classes for companies, preparing A-levels, GCSE and DELE language exams in person or through various different platforms online.
What I like the most about teaching is seeing my student improve their skills meanwhile they are having a great time. My classes are dynamic, and we find time to explore every segment of the language: vocabulary, conversations, grammar and games (yes, adults have the right to play too). There is nothing better than seeing the evolution of my students from a shy “Hola” to having fluent conversations.
I invite you all to join this fantastic journey, called learning Spanish – what are you waiting for?
Our Spanish for beginners course is designed for adults, therefore we do request our students to be 18 years of age or above.
During our course we use the ELE Actual A1 by Virgilio Borobio with audio CD included, complement it with The Spanish Line – La Primera Parada Exercise book and various other online tools that make our classes highly entertaining.
An online version of the ELE Actual A1 language book and The Spanish Line – La Primera Parada Exercise book are included in the tuition (one book and one exercise book per student per level) and will be sent to each student via email.
We require a minimum number of 6 students in our group courses and to ensure high quality teaching we allow a maximum of 10 students.