Spanish For Career Development

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Spanish For Career Development

The Spanish For Career Development program is recommended for all students and professionals who desire to add value to their career path by connecting fluency in Spanish for better employment opportunities.

  • Goal: Develop social and working skills to have effective interaction with the Hispanic culture
  • Available: 2-6 person Student Groups
  • Duration: 2-hour sessions, twice per week, 10-weeks per level

This program consists of three learning levels: Conversational Spanish I, Conversational Spanish II and Conversational Spanish III. Each level lasts a period of ten weeks, featuring twice weekly sessions. Each individual session lasts two hours.

(*)   Spanish knowledge is not required for Conversational Spanish I.
(**) Spanish Conversational III is an advanced level. This level customizes content to focus on individual career path and business-industry specifics.

Free Placement Test

Program Content

Conversational Spanish I

LESSON 1

Similar words in English and Spanish

Sentence formation

LESSON 2

Negatives sentences

Gender, definite and indefinite articles

LESSON 3

Feminine words

Sentence formation

LESSON 4

Genders of nouns

Colors

LESSON 5

The present tense of regular verbs – AR

Forming questions

LESSON 6

Negatives sentences

Numbers

LESSON 7

The present tense of regular verbs – ER

The present tense of regular verbs – IR

Differences between dónde? and adonde?

LESSON 8

The verb IR (to go)

The verb IR as location and expressing plans and ongoing activities

LESSON 9

Irregular verbs

LESSON 10

The past tense – Pretérito

Review of classes and evaluation

Conversational Spanish II

LESSON 1

New and review of the present tense

LESSON 2

New and review of the past tense

LESSON 3

The imperfect tense –AR verbs B.

Spanish words ending–ION, etc.

LESSON 4

The imperfect tense of singular – AR verbs

Expressing age with TENER.

The verb QUERER

LESSON 5

SER and ESTAR in the imperfect tense

LESSON 6

Differences between the preterite and imperfect tenses

LESSON 7

The present progressive – AR and ER verbs

Irregular present tense verbs

LESSON 8

The past progressive tense

The preterite forms of LLEGAR, VENIR, CREER, etc.

LESSON 9

Stressing and accenting Spanish words

Comparatives sentences and superlatives

LESSON 10

E to –IE stem changing verbs

Review of classes and evaluation

Conversational Spanish III

LESSON 1

O to –UE stem changing verbs

SABER and PODER verbs

LESSON 2

New and review the present tense

E to –IE/I stem changing verbs

LESSON 3

More irregular verbs in the present tense

Review of plural forms and adverbs.
LESSON 4

Formal commands with direct object pronouns

Irregular command forms and NOSOTROS commands

LESSON 5

Indirect object pronouns

The familiar command
LESSON 6

How to form the present subjunctive

Uses of the present subjunctive
LESSON 7

Reflexive pronouns and verbs

LESSON 8

The present perfect tense (-AR verbs)

The past participle (-ER and–IR verbs)

LESSON 9

Review of preterite tense irregular verbs

Preterite of HACER/TRAER/DAR and PODER/PONER
LESSON 10

Uses of the past subjunctive

Review of classes and evaluation

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